An organizational model describes how your studio employees work together: how tasks are delegated to people, how people collaborate to complete projects and who supervises the work to make sure it’s great. It should be a reflection of how your studio earns revenue—the mix of types of work and products created for your customers—and of your studio philosophy. This document visualizes illustrations of common organizational models for certain types of design businesses. This content is referenced on page 264 of Success by Design: The Essential Business Reference for Designers by David Sherwin, published by HOW Books. Get the book at http://amzn.to/successbydesign
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