Industry Leader's New E-Book Is a Resource for Agencies Looking to Make a Greater Impact With Their Projects
ANTHEM, AZ--(Marketwired - July 20, 2016) - Workamajig, the worldwide leader in integrated software for ad agencies and others in the creative and design industries, today announced it is publishing a guide detailing best practices that can increase the effectiveness and impact of creative projects. The e-book, Ultimate Guide to Creative Project Management, is available for free download at https://www.workamajig.com/eb-guide-to-creative-project-management
Although no two creative projects are exactly alike, a basic framework exists for successful creative project management. Many seasoned project managers can effectively take a project from fruition through completion, yet their experience doesn't always translate into worthwhile advice for others hoping to learn from them. Workamajig's new e-book shows creative agencies how to start out projects on the right foot, use that solid foundation to build success throughout the life of the project, and conclude with an eye toward improving future projects. Among the guide's features:
- Three key lifecycle steps for creative projects
- Creative project management best practices
- Details on why communication is so important in creative project management
"Solid project management practices improve communication and allow teams to focus on creative tasks instead of administrative functions," says Ron Ause, Workamajig's Director of Marketing. "Following this trend throughout an entire agency for every project can boost return on investment and increase quarterly earnings. Our new e-book details best practices that can transform how creative agencies execute successful projects."
Agencies interested in learning more about Workamajig can request a demonstration by visiting http://www.workamajig.com/request-a-demo.
Workamajig, one of the first Web-based, cloud-enabled project management systems, helps meet the transient needs and challenges faced by advertising agencies, design studios, in-house creative departments, and public relations firms to deliver results before deadline with available staff and resources. For more information, visit http://www.workamajig.com.