For many creative teams, a typical brainstorming session might mean a huddle around a whiteboard, or an impromptu back-and-forth over a coffee break.
With remote work on the rise, the nature of group dynamics is changing and so must our collaboration methods.
We reached out to creative team leads to see how they are adapting to collaboration and brainstorming from a distance—still a necessity for any creative project.
***Build the structure for successStructure, clarity, and consistency are keystones of remote work days.
For John Koenig, Creative Director at World Famous, it means picking up the phone.

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