Sandy Greene

Sandy has been Intuitive Company’s Creative Director since our humble beginnings and is a constant driving force of quality and innovation. Sandy previously was the Interface Design Director for Chase and directed the team responsible for all Chase public marketing and secure banking online experiences. Having graduated in 1989 from Carnegie Mellon University with a BFA and focus on Interaction Design, he’s worked in small to medium sized digital and print agencies in NYC and Philadelphia, from hands-on Designer to Director. In addition to all the accomplishments, few know that Sandy sports a creative past as Art Director for a small independent record label (Bar/None Records in Hoboken), an indie-rock magazine (Big Takeover), and developed an ID Magazine award-winning furniture line (eat your heart out, IKEA). He’s also the proud owner of a car his kids think is cool, especially since acquiring the after-market rims.

Stories by Sandy Greene

That old cliché isn’t true: all good things don’t have to come to an end. It’s possible to prepare your team for ongoing success and growth, but you have to be smart about how you do it. In this series I’ve shared what’s worked for us at Intuitive Company. How we thought of our team…

January 28th, 2014

Evolving a Creative Workplace: Step 7

Picking

After discussing how to prepare, plant, water, fertilize, till and experiment with and then observe and protect your organic garden of a team, I’m happy to announce that the last two steps are quite fun. You’ve worked hard to grow your business and have made the necessary tweaks along the way. Things couldn’t be better….

January 14th, 2014

Evolving a Creative Workplace: Step 6

Observing and protecting

In this series, I’ve been using an organic garden analogy to describe how we’ve grown Intuitive Company sevenfold over the past five years. In previous installments I gave advice on how to prepare your organization for growth, and what it means to plant the right people into the mix, water and add fertilizer to encourage…

December 31st, 2013

Evolving a Creative Workplace: Step 5

Tilling and Experimenting

In this ongoing discussion about growing creative teams organically, I’ve shared how to prepare your organization for successful expansion, how to plant the right elements into the mix, how to “water” for sustainable growth, and then how adding fertilizer can take your group’s motivation to the next level. Tilling and experimenting follow once everything’s been…

December 17th, 2013

Evolving a Creative Workplace: Step 4

Adding fertilizer

So far in this series I’ve discussed how to prepare your team or organization for successful expansion, how to plant the right elements into the mix, and then how to ensure sustainable growth by “watering.” Adding fertilizer comes next. Think of this step as finding ways to spark excitement, provide motivational guidance, or even remedy…

In my last two installments, I shared how Greg, Tim, and I prepared Intuitive Company for success by creating an open work environment and then “planting” the right people into our culture. Watering is next—and it’s critical. After a team of senior professionals were in place and had formed a strong foundation for Intuitive Company,…

In my last installment, I shared how Greg, Tim, and I prepared Intuitive Company for success by focusing on creating an open work environment in every sense of the term. Planting, or placing the right elements into the mix, was our next step. We wanted every aspect of our environment to be a positive influence…

November 5th, 2013

Evolving a Creative Workplace: Step 1

Introduction and preparation

When a company or team experiences rapid growth, it’s exciting. But more often than not, that success comes with a price. Behind the scenes, leadership is faced with the challenge of frantically filling positions to meet the escalating client demand, teams are asked to gel quickly and work around the clock to hit client deadlines,…