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Studio Culture- Beyond Herding Cats
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Studio Culture- Beyond Herding Cats Speaker/s: Harald Riegler (Sproing) Day / Time / Location: Wednesday 10:50-11:50 Congress Saal 2, 4th Level Track / Duration / Format / Audience Level: Business, Marketing and Management / 60-Minute / Lecture / All GDC Vault Recording: Video Recorded Description: Why is it that studio employees often feel game studios are badly managed while managers feel they are "herding cats"? This presentation will provide an overview about what company culture actually is, which purpose it serves and which major factors influence it. We will look into typical studio cultures and deal with leadership, management and communication methodologies, providing insight over which type of studio culture works well for which type of person (both in management and team staff). Attendees should leave with a better understanding of team dynamics, as well as behavior patterns giving every one of us power to shape a studio culture towards a desired direction.

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