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This Is A Want Ad (For Creativity)

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This Is A Want Ad (For Creativity)

I need great work to write about. Instead of blindly looking for great work, I thought I'd take this problem into my own hands. You know, use my blog to inspire you to create a great idea so that I can then write about your great idea on my Forbes.com blog. Here's exactly what I'm looking for. Or should I say, what I "want."

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Ideasicle Exposed On The Creative Agency Podcast

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Ideasicle Exposed On The Creative Agency Podcast

The Creative Agency Podcast: Forbes contributor and agency veteran Will Burns joins us to talk about how agencies are changing and whether the “Agency of Record” model still exists. Will discusses his experience working at big agencies like Weiden & Kennedy, Arnold, and Mullen.  He also talks about the agency he founded: Ideasicle. Ideasicle is a unique agency that sources experts for idea generation. Because they focus on ideas and not execution, Ideasicle is free from biases that most agencies are subject to.

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What I Couldn't Say In My Forbes Piece About Outside Perspective

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What I Couldn't Say In My Forbes Piece About Outside Perspective

This week I wrote a piece on Forbes.com entitled, "How To Overcome Organizational 'Working Memory' And Liberate Your Creativity." In it, I describe the parallel of our own working memory and how gets in the way of our creativity to a company's collective inertia and inability to get out of its own "ways" when it comes to creativity. What I could not say - only allude to - is that Ideasicle serves this role with our clients all the time.

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