The Paint is on the Wall
Carolyn was absent again this week; I hope she is OK. Each team was asked to scourt out an artist to create an advert for a Sony PlayStation racing game. The winner would be judged by a focus group. When Bren and Stephanie came back from the boardroom, she reconciled with the rest of Magna. I felt this was the thing that brought the team back together. At first it seemed that Magna was off course again with their mural, but after seeking feedback from people from the community, they seemed on their way. Their mural was well received by the local community and the Sony executives because it brought out the message of the product. Net Worth finally cracked this week. Tara annoted herself as task manager bacause she understood urban life. She felt that a loss to Magna, would in her words, "damage her street cred". This was Net Worth's undoing. They seemed to be aimless from the start, wanting their mural to reflect the change in the neighborhood over the years. In the end, their mural was confusing and sucked compared to Magna. This was not helped by a row Audrey and Craig got into after Tara put Craig in charge of the team. In the boardroom, Tara learned from Audrey that there were other scenes in the game she forgot to bring up. This did not settle well. In the end, Tara (and Net Worth) failed to know the product, but knew the town. For this she got fired.
Remember kids, put everything on the table if you want to win.