Creativity takes time—something growing teams don’t have a lot of. But just because you’re rushed off your feet, doesn’t mean you can’t keep up that creative streak. By taking a few small steps, your team can turbocharge its way to creativity, without wasting a precious second.
As the year draws to an end, we wanted to quickly recap some of the exciting new developments we've been able to implement this year, before we all shift our focus to family, friends and the joys of the holiday season.
The modern consumer is far more knowledgeable than ever when it comes to selecting from a seemingly endless array of brands, products and services. In such a fiercely competitive environment, brand trust has become an important competitive differentiator.
Choosing the right image can be difficult, and it’s impossible to put all the dos and don’ts in just a few words. There are too many variables.
However, there are a few simple guidelines that can be really helpful when looking for presentation images.
Ever struggled to create powerful slides for your presentations? Don’t worry, we've all been there! That’s why we've put together a few tips to help you worry less and deliver more.
PowerPoint is the most popular presentation software worldwide, used everywhere from corporate board rooms to university classrooms, so what better than to maximize its potential? After all, there are plenty of time-saving features that can help you make slides up to five times faster, helping you out with your tight schedule.
We live in an age of ongoing innovation and change, and leaders know their companies need to evolve or risk being left behind. All the same, when it's time to collect some innovative ideas from the team, we often hear the same old suggestions and solutions, leaving us with the million dollar question: How do you get the most creativity from your team?
Few things kill creativity faster than institutionalization and a regimented corporate structure. That said, running a creative company isn’t all about ping-pong tables, Friday beers, and startup-style brainstorming sessions–there comes a time when we have to get organized, and to sit down and do some serious work.