it was quite a bit since I've posted anything on typophile. It's time to get back to The Source.
My one-man show finally gets promoted to a two-men show, where I am supposed to get the direction. It should seem like a good news and it is. But I do miss the things on managing a team. Now, after you rofled for sometime and got back to the monitor - the team will only get bigger now, so I've thought I'd better learn how to manage things (from data assets to the hardware to the team) itself before I lose the credentials and trust from the Top, which happens easily here.
So where do I start? My particular interest lies in readings and software I would eventually need.
Anyone uses Bridge and Version Cue here from the CS?
How do you handle data, when three designers, a copywriter and an art director work on one project?
How do you use servers?
How often do you back up the data?
Do you meet on weekly basis to discuss stuff or do you let it out on a daily basis at a cig break?
Do you write/require reports? Which ones?
... [and so on]
Any feedback is hugely welcome here.
(and while you are writing, I'll get the eight_hours_delayed lunch)