Since 1964 Deckel and Moneypenny has been shaping the experience economy and developing new ways for brands to create lasting impressions.
So much has changed over the last 55 years, but one thing hasn’t changed: the premium our team places on creativity, craftsmanship, service; and our ability to exceed client expectations with every single engagement. Excitement is what brings our audiences in and the excitement to see what we do next is what keeps our clients coming back.
We are Makers, Experience Makers.
Account Managers and Designers
Logisticians and Artisans
Finance and Communications
What we are talking about…
We know that customer engagement matters. Yet much of our thinking about engagement remains simplistic. Most current definitions of engagement are bimodal – someone is either engaged or they’re not. But this is a limited view that hampers our ability to...
From HBR: https://hbr.org/2016/11/how-to-write-email-with-military-precision Kabir Sehgal In the military, a poorly formatted email may be the difference between mission accomplished and mission failure. During my active duty service, I learned how to structure emails...
by Liane Davey There it is in your inbox: a meeting invite to a meeting you really don’t want to attend. Maybe because it’s shoe-horned into one of the few remaining white spaces in your calendar. Or it’s for a time that’s already booked, and now you’re left to decide...
A generation ago, a “Kodak moment” meant something that was worth saving and savoring.. Today, the term increasingly serves as a corporate bogeyman that warns executives of the need to stand up and respond when disruptive developments encroach on their market.....
Let’s say you’re getting together with other managers and employees to develop your organization’s or unit’s strategy. No matter how much discussion and enthusiasm you bring to the task, you’re likely to emerge with a list that looks like this: Growth Superior...
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