The report was based on data from a survey of 86 people, 89% of whom work as in-house creatives or in-house creative managers.
Some 38% of respondents say their in-house creative team size has grown over the past 12 months. This compares with 16% who say their team size has shrunk.
In-house creatives say the top areas in which their team has increased its capabilities over the past 12 months are creative strategy (26% cite) and marketing/comms strategy (22%).
Some 38% of respondents expect the size of their in-house creative team to increase over the next 12 months whereas only 1% expect it to shrink.
Creative strategy is the team capability that respondents expect to see greatest growth in over the next 12 months.
Respondents say the biggest process improvements they have made over the past 12 months are improving project kick-off meetings (35% cite) and setting up project templates in their workflow systems (35%).
The top expected process improvement in the next 12 months is to establish/improve creative briefs (27% of respondents cite).
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 86 people, 89% of whom work as in-house creatives or in-house creative managers.
Know someone who would enjoy it too? Share with your friends, free of charge, no sign up required! Simply share this link, and they will get instant access…
You may like these other MarketingProfs articles related to Marketing Management:
- The Top Challenges Companies Face in ESG Reporting
- Empowering Sales Success—The Role of Marketing in Sales Enablement: Owen Richards on Marketing Smarts [Podcast]
- Marketing Has a Data Problem, and Here's What Can Fix It
- How to Attract and Retain Top B2B Marketing Talent
- How Employers' Political Stances Affect Recruiting and Retention
- What Remote Workers Do While on the Clock [Infographic]