Strategy consulting born from leadership.
Agency execution born from the free agent age.
Aaron Templer uses his experience with the leadership discipline as much as the marketing one to understand an organization’s winning position. That way, through the lens of shared values, a story can be told more meaningfully to the people needed to move things forward. And communities are built as much as sales made.
Then he implements and executes campaigns free from an agency bias: Flexible-sized teams, right-for-the-moment talent, zero unnecessary staff spun into projects, and completely agnostic to what tactics are most effective for the budget and the target audience.
Those of you with kids you know the situation. The daycare is closing, you white knuckle it during rush hour to pick them up (Why does my boss insist on dropping stuff on me late in the day! A 3:00 email about that—really?). You’re not the only working professional struggling to get there on time. You arrive to […]
I’m interested in the business-minded pursuit of understanding creativity. I’m not sure what to do with it, but I’m interested. One thought that keeps coming to mind: The creative processes that I’m most familiar with don’t start with outcome. I can’t help but wonder if this is why businesses are tripping over the concept and […]
The whole Mudra crew was in a funk. Having just wrapped a 6-show run of Gyaan, a major production that dealt with heavy themes that we all put pretty much everything we had into producing and performing, we were down like Charlie Brown. Anyone who’s ever performed anything knows what kind of loss the day […]