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Transitioning Your Creative Team to Agile: Six Simple Steps

Creative teams and agencies battle significant challenges. They have massive workloads, constant requests for last-minute projects, unrealistic work requests, tedious approval processes, and a marketplace that is always on, always connected, and always changing—and they grapple with all this while trying to create world-class, compelling work. Because of these challenges, they live in a work environment that requires an unprecedented need for speed and flexibility.

Many creative teams and agencies are now embracing a more Agile approach to work to help them deliver more projects on time and within budget.

Register for this Design Week webinar, in association with AtTask, and learn how to:
•Organise and manage your workload and team to support Agile
•Increase your outputs through an Agile approach
•Ensure your team’s priorities
•Keep your clients/stakeholders happy
•Get better control over your work chaos
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Angus Montgomery (Design Week), David Lesue (AtTask), Jim Bowes (Manifesto Digital)
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