Other industries are doing it. Why not creative agencies?
Our post about the perils of the big reveal in creative development has generated some heat.
Most of it positive. But some of it not. Which is cool with us. As long as the discourse is honest we’re all in.
Our position is simple: agencies rely on the big reveal way too much. But it’s about as useful as playing pin the tail on the donkey.
We should (and do) know better. So why aren’t creatives adopting better methods?
Everyone else is.
In software, engineers have turned to agile processes: more uncomfortable human contact, less reputation-shredding big reveals.
How about NIKEiD, bringing co-creation right to the production line.
Or Starbucks, minimizing customer disappointment by tapping right into their grey matter with My Starbucks Idea.
Open innovation, SCRUM, customerization, heck, democracy–they are all different flavors of more open, agile and collaborative ways of working together.
Here are 50 examples of business collaboration published by Co-society—almost 3 years ago. My favorite is how Reebok sought inspiration from Cirque du Soleil for a line of exercise accessories.
We don’t need to be stuck in the dark ages. Let’s steer this conversation towards how agencies and clients can collaborate—like the rest of the world.
Read our original post “The Sucker for Punishment Dilemma” here. Join the #WhatIfMortar conversation.
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