Great agency work comes from great teams collaborating to produce great content. But instead of effective teamwork, we often waste time searching for files, finding the latest version, or tracking down whoever has the file on their laptop. The impact is real – lost effectiveness… poor efficiency… frustration… re-creating the wheel. Rapid turnover, freelance talent, over-the-top client expectations and expected 24/7 availability only make it worse.
If you’re tired of wasting your time, join us to learn how you can tame the file chaos at your agency.
On January 29, join Jim Groff and Chris Yeh from Dokkio as they explain how you can use new technology such as AI (artificial intelligence) to organize your important files in a sustainable way that doesn’t require tons of manual work. You’ll learn practical steps you can take to reclaim wasted time and knowledge and make yourself and your team more effective.
Attendees will hear about how to start implementing detailed practices that will save them time and effort:
- Adopting file sync/share; using laptop sync & shared folders
- Identifying your top 10-15 file “categories” and (re-)naming accordingly
- Avoiding deletion; separating “Active” vs “Archive” at the top level
- Segregating the “library” from entity-linked (client/prospect, pitch/project) files
- Evaluating “federated” search & AI-based organizers/taggers
Whom should attend:
Management staff at creative agencies and anyone who works with files to win new business or execute for clients.
About Chris Yeh:
Chris Yeh has been building Internet businesses since 1995. He is the VP Marketing for Dokkio, which provides intelligent, automated solutions that help businesses work more efficiently and effectively. He is also the co-author of two bestselling books: The Alliance (2014) and Blitzscaling (2018). Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.
About Jim Groff:
Jim Groff has been working on technologies that help teams share information and data for over three decades, including his current role as CEO at Dokkio. Earlier in his career he was on the launch team for HP’s first personal computer, has been CEO of three successful startups and held Senior VP positions at Apple and Oracle. Jim has an undergraduate degree from MIT and an MBA from Harvard Business School.