Creativity infused with efficiency results in pure magic - that sweeps the clients off their feet and places unparalleled value to organizations. The perfect blend of these two ingredients in digital designing firms distinct them from “Best” to “Premium”. It takes a deep ground work to breed strong company culture with high levels of perceived integrity! According to research by IBM and others, between 60 and 90 percent of organizational change initiatives fall flat. It's no wonder. Making the changes that lead to excellence is not an overnight pursuit--it's a long process that often means rewiring a company's fundamental DNA.
And for individual designers who wants success to follow, most definitely, needs to balance their exceptional creative skills with extreme level of professionalism. One needs to understand the terms and importance of terms like business, time, profit and communication!
Time to pull your socks, creative minds
If you really want to grow BIG, just tailor your habits. Creative Professionals know that it is all about action & result.
View it as an attitude, a mindset towards the labors before you. It is like a vow, to get your job done irrespective of mood! As London exhorts: “Don’t loaf and invite inspiration; light out after it with a club, and if you didn’t get it you will nonetheless get something that looks remarkably like it.”
Stick to a routine! A routine acts as a hedge against one’s fluctuating feelings. Creative professionals have an urgency to create, to engage, to produce. Non-professionals shy away from time bound challenges and most definitely from an opportunity towards remarkable jump in their career.
Embrace Chaos and Process
Process aligns your efforts into a productive outcome on time and Chaos gives birth to genius ideas. Creative Professionals embrace process to direct ideas into solutions at key points in project life cycle.
Act like Companies Ambassador
Remember you are representative of your organization! So, respect clients and their time. What you wear, do or say reflects your organization.
Stick to Timelines
Most important and sum total of all the above pointers is producing on time. You are a catalyst to company success and much depends on budgets. We all work to earn money at the end of a day. Delay and postponement of work means added cost and lost resources! You definitely don’t want to be synonymous with that phenomenon.
An advice for Organizations
Your employees are your vehicle. It’s responsibility of top management to drive, direct and motivate people to breathe organizations culture, vision, beliefs and morale.