The difference is that great agencies commit to the integrity of an idea. They won’t let it get watered down or compromised. Most crappy ideas start out as good ideas. But between that first scribble on a pad and the finished article, they’re destroyed by a million little improvements.

Brian Millar in Fast Company on how to do great work when working for a terrible company.

 

 

  • Jerrold McGrath

    And here I thought it was how they treated their dogs.

  • ruthenium66

    I don’t get paid enough nor do I have enough other conversational interaction to drop being thanked. It’s awkward…some always do it, some never…and there’s no way of knowing who appreciates the thanks…but I’m on record as being one who appreciates. I know how to delete a read e-mail.

  • Gary

    It just differs on how we look at them. Not all the time the
    good would stay as good and the bad that way too. And being in different
    companies I’d say I’m better off with the bad.

    Gary Keeling

  • Lucy M.

    What a great excerpt. This definitely rings true all across the board, but especially for new media, tech and IT companies. The best thing you can do is make sure the company you work with, or the company you hire, actually does commit to quality and integrity. One of the best IT companies I have ever worked with follows this doctrine to a tee. I would highly recommend these guys to anyone who has IT needs: http://www.techfarmer.com/it-services.htm

  • Lucy M.

    What a great excerpt. This definitely rings true all across the board, but especially for new media, tech and IT companies. The best thing you can do is make sure the company you work with, or the company you hire, actually does commit to quality and integrity. One of the best IT companies I have ever worked with follows this doctrine to a tee. I would highly recommend these guys to anyone who has IT needs: http://www.techfarmer.com/

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