Bolt Bio: Mitch Barnhill
In an agency setting, the ability to meet tight deadlines without sacrificing the quality of work is a must. Though projects with quick production schedules may add pressure to a consistently heavy workload, willingness to stay flexible, open-minded and responsive to all client requests and needs can go a long way in gaining trust and strengthening credibility.
In managing a project with short turnaround time, it is crucial that all contributing team members stay organized and maintain clear communication. With multiple team members handling different project tasks, miscommunication can result in missed deadlines. By missing just one deadline, the risk of delaying the original timeline and project end date greatly increases.
To avoid hitting unnecessary roadblocks, here are a few tips to consider when beginning a project with tight deadlines:
Due to unforeseen and uncontrollable factors that may arise, it’s important to be prepared and in the know throughout the life of a project, especially when time is an issue. Despite what hurdles may or may not come, the keys to meeting deadlines on time are consistent organization, flexibility and awareness.