How to Create the Right Mix of Talent to Get Work Done—and Done Right
Establishing the right resource mix isn’t easy. There are pros and cons to hiring full-time employees, freelancers and/or agencies. But finding the right balance can help you accomplish anything on your to-do list, in the most efficient and effective manner.
Nov. 15, 2021 | By Ryan Schulz, Kalev Peekna and Michelle Kindall
You’re at the helm of a new project. The pressure’s mounting to get the work started, and you need help. Do you hire FTEs? Contractors? Or partner with an agency or consultant?
Before focusing on who can do the work, focus first on what your needs are.
How Do You Find the Right Talent?
It can be overwhelming. But before focusing on who can do the work, focus first on what your needs are. Our digital experts at One North, a TEKsystems company, discuss shaking up your talent cocktail—it could be that you have more options available to you than you think, including hybrid solutions. By taking a step back, you’ll find more clarity—and the answers to create the right talent mix.
Ryan SchulzManaging Director of Agency Development at One North, a TEKsystems Company
As managing director of agency development, Ryan is responsible for helping to shape and grow design solutions for clients. He works across practices to develop programs and capabilities that help clients fall in love with the future.
Kalev PeeknaChief Strategist at One North, a TEKsystems Company
Kalev brings a cross-platform, user-focused approach to innovations in brand development, design, data analysis and technology, and helps clients apply those innovations to their strategic aims.
Michelle KindallDirector of Creative Studios at One North, a TEKsystems Company
Michelle has more than a decade of experience leading integrated global marketing campaigns, building collaborative creative teams and creating innovative digital experiences. She sees the big picture and boils it down to sharp communications that support our clients’ brands and brings them measurable success.