GENIUS/STEALS + WARC
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Why It’s Time To Re-Examine Your Strategy
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Behaviors & Biases
Planning Tools & Processes
STEAL THESE SLIDES
We returned to the WARC webinar stage for a two-part series on agency planning. This time around, we offered a bird's-eye view of the advertising industry and the perspective we have gained around frameworks that great agencies use to inform their thinking, briefs, and presentations.
In part two, we covered behaviors and biases. After all behavior is at the heart of what we do. Planning products like consumer journeys and comms architectures help us explore and organize behavior. But it's important to remember that we're ripe with biases, so we've shared what we see from around the world - on the agency, brand, & client side - and how to work with them and around them.
These are slides that accompany a webinar developed for the World Advertising Research Council.
For the full, recorded video presentation, visit http://WARC.com/webinars
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how do i access the pdf of the presentation?
You can download Planning Tools & Processes: PART ONE HERE and PART TWO HERE. The Re-Birth of Comms is HERE. The password to access the download is geniussteals (Gah, we're so tricky, right?!) Email Ashley@GeniusSteals.co for help if you run into any issues. You don't need to fill out the form to the right to get it, but if you want more information on our workshops, then we'd love to hear from you.
YOU RUN WORKSHOPS ON THIS KIND OF THING?
Yep! We've worked with brand, PR agencies, media companies, traditional ad agencies, digital shops and even research companies to help them re-define their ideation process, re-think what briefing looks like within their organization, or even tackle a specific brief. If you're interested in having us come in and help your company, get in touch using the form to the right.
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