Preparing The Agency For Change
It’s not a difficult formula to understand. Start with a well-planned leadership retreat. Have key members of the agency leadership team attend, prepared to discuss the hard issues.
Our Top 10 Post On Planning For The Future:
- The Most Important Client At Your Agency
- Look At This Agency. Is It Yours?
- Ad Agency Leadership: Planning for the Annual Retreat
- Leadership Offsite as Engine for Innovation
- Win More New Business More Often
- Take Care of Your Own: Leadership!
- Common Business Cycles: Find Your Agency
- Half Your Clients May Walk This Year
- Let Us Energize Your Next Meeting
- How To Brand Your Ad Agency
Top Post On Looking Forward 2013:
- Study: Ad Agencies Optimistic About New Business Opportunities in 2013 | SRDS
- Advertising Agency New Business: What’s The Plan for 2013?
- 14 Experts Predict 2013 Social Media Trends for Small Business | Blue Focus Marketing
- 7 Myths to Avoid for Growth in 2013
- Three Strategies for Ad Agency Success in 2013 — Gene De Libero
- The Top 10 Trends For Marketers, According To JWT | Co.Create
- Op-Ed: A New Year’s Resolution for Small Agencies — Building a Brand Strategy – AgencySpy
- 25 Inspired Marketing Predictions for 2013
And finally, a repost from last year:
It’s a new year– time for renewal, reflection and looking forward to a better year! As part of that process it’s helpful to review this past year and think about what worked and what didn’t. Time for some New Year’s resolutions! After all, a New Year’s resolution is a challenge to achieve one or more goals. Making resolutions is a cleansing ritual of self-assessment and repentance that demands honesty.
But sometimes it’s not about what you need to start doing; it’s really about what you need to stop doing that’s important.