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Video: Classic advice for managing creative talent from GDC 2000

Game industry veterans Bing Gordon, Kelly Flock, Neal Robison, Mitch Lasky, and Rob Dyer discuss how to manage creative talent during a GDC 2000 panel, moderated by now-ID@Xbox director Chris Charla.

Game Developer

February 19, 2014

1 Min Read

"It's more fun and maybe more productive to get teamwork between the creative people and the suits."

In this free GDC Vault video from the GameXecutive Conference held alongside GDC 2000, Bing Gordon (quoted, EA), Neal Robison (Sega), Mitch Lasky (Activision), Rob Dyer (Eidos), and Kelly Flock (989) join moderator Chris Charla (NEXT Generation magazine) to share strategies for attracting great creative talent and fostering a productive working relationship between game developers and business executives in a panel entitled Managing Creative Talent.

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