Day 3 of our Programmatic Ninja Well-being Series, and Brett is still joining us and sharing his programmatic wisdom. Today, we talk about how to setup a programmatic team successfully – the option of staffing. This episode will teach you when to hire or to book a freelancer.
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00:00:25 – Recap of the previous episodes in this series
00:01:05 – What this episode entails
00:01:43 – The grass you stand on should be green enough since you’re the one pouring water.
00:03:51 – Does agency size matter?
00:05:03 – How teams are setup
00:12:50 – Optimization Series March 2023
00:16:05 – Pros and cons of different staffing models.
00:21:44 – Why are there a lot of burnt out and frustrated traders out there
00:22:04 – Brett’s thoughts about the secon staffing model
00:23:01 – Helene’s Bonus Staffing Model
00:29:34 – The feeling of having to touch multiple channels
00:30:12 – A bonus staffing model from Brett
00:32:45 – Helene’s thoughts about a staffing model with silos
00:37:27 – Mistakes are lessons
00:39:22 – When and why hire freelancers
00:41:11 – If the PNL doesn’t allow a junior and senior staffing
00:48:41 – Words of Wisdom from Brett
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