You care about your productivity. In fact, you’ve probably tried some combination of GTD, Kanban, SCRUM, or Pomodoro timers. You saw their value. Yet, none of them really fit you and the way you think or do your work – so you stopped.
You don’t have to give up.
It isn’t the tool, it is your culture. Hack it. Hack yourself. We can help you know your quirks and motivations (and those of your team), so we can create methods of productivity that feel like play to you.
By the time we’re done, you’ll become productive in ways unique to your strengths, without feeling the drudgery you’ve come to expect from slogging against your weaknesses. Don’t feel you have to work harder – or smarter.
You just have to play more.
Jean had laser like focus in showing me the one tweak I could make to support myself better. Suddenly I am doing what I failed to do for months. ~ Mamading Ceesay, London Creative Labs
We offer Play Your Way at the Agency as a small experimental laboratory for telling your productivity story, learning how to design your efforts to get energized, achieve flow states, and surpass your goals. The Agency offers 4 levels of services to help you find the best way for you to play to success. How hands on do you want us to be?
The most involved offering. We spend 15-20 hrs/month with your team to tease out your social systems, work flow processes, and incentive structures.
1 on 1 time to explore whatever is blocking you (emotions, values, motivations) from tearing after your dreams like you know you could.
We sit down for one session of outcome-oriented, deep thought partnership where we design the plan and processes your team will use to knock out their upcoming projects. Then you take over and crush it.
A series of educational material, webinars, and self-paced worksheets that let you work through your biggest roadblocks on your own terms.
The Agency is advised by:
- Nilofer Merchant – The James Bond of Innovation, author of the New How and 11 Rules for the Social Era, as well as a blogger at HBR.
- Kevin Clark of Content Evolution, author of Brandscendence: Three Essential Elements of Enduring Brands, and retired from Brand Experience, Marketing, and Communications at IBM.