This week I’m looking forward to the launch of Imperial Wharf station, which opened its doors on Sunday and is the latest to be added to the London Overground network.
After what seems like an eternity, my personal mobile contract is nearing the end and I can upgrade to an iPhone, hurrah. It’s due to arrive tomorrow, which I’m very excited about and can’t wait to get to grips with how it works and how to make the most of it.
Also due to arrive tomorrow are the new business cards and logo on letterheads etc based on the work I’ve been doing over the past few weeks. I’m curious to see how they turn out. I wrote the latest version of our team brief last week and issued it to briefers today along with the usual plea for feedback to help me improve it even further.
What do you find works well with your team brief? I think writing it effectively, auditing the quality and frequency is key – I’m interested to know your thoughts about what has and what hasn’t worked well for you. Feel free to share your comments.
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