To have and to hold - how to recruit and keep your team (happy) (Alberta Soranzo)

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Alberta Soranzo's Ignite talk from the UXPA 2014 session "Growth by Design: Managing Change in Experience Design Teams."

The demand for experience design services is getting higher every day. As we try to manage the rapid growth of our specialist teams, we're reaching the point at which our evolved team structures can no longer cope with that demand. How do we structure our design teams to focus on quality and sustainability while ensuring our employees are kept highly motivated and have clear career development opportunities? How do we facilitate change and re-define roles to alleviate points of stress and encourage ownership and accountability at all levels? This Ignite session will bring experienced managers and practitioners together to share their insights on how they have achieved this in their own companies, to give attendees specific, actionable advice to help them manage growth in their own experience design teams.

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To have and to hold - how to recruit and keep your team (happy) (Alberta Soranzo)

  1. 1. UXPA 2014, London July 21-24 alberta soranzo | @albertatrebla | wearefriday.com how to recruit and keep your team (happy) to have and to hold
  2. 2. CC image by tadolo on flickr.com ! to have
  3. 3. look in all the right places
  4. 4. be social
  5. 5. ask your friends
  6. 6. online dating
  7. 7. or a matchmaker?
  8. 8. spot red flags
  9. 9. CC image by nomadic_lass on flickr.com ! are you compatible?
  10. 10. CC image by aganderson on flickr.com ! be honest
  11. 11. CC image by elliotmar on flickr.com !to hold
  12. 12. something old
  13. 13. something new
  14. 14. something borrowed
  15. 15. CC image by jm3 on flickr.com ! for richer, for poorer
  16. 16. CC image by dominikgolenia on flickr.com ! in sickness and in health
  17. 17. CC image by celinesphotographer on flickr.com ! for better, for worse
  18. 18. CC image by paultgg on flickr.com ! till death do us part
  19. 19. CC image by jamarshall on flickr.com ! happily ever after
  20. 20. thank you alberta soranzo | @albertatrebla | wearefriday.com
  21. 21. Slide 9 - CC image by nomadic_lass on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/nomadic_lass/6832118879) Image credits Slide 11 - CC image by elliotmar on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/elliotmar/5901282059) Slide 15 - CC image by jm3 on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/jm3/305264987) Slide 16 - CC image by dominkgolenia on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/dominikgolenia/527517137) Slide 17 - CC image by celinesphotographer on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/celinesphotographer/2098524610) Slide 18 - CC image by paultgg on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/paultgg/7186053416) Slide 19 - CC image by jamarshall on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/jamarshall/1434470966) Slide 2 - CC image by tadolo on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/tadolo/3386062340) Slide 10 - CC image by aganderson on flickr.com (flickr.com/photos/aganderson/5480820614)

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