The staff of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) knows something about time management. Seven people in the art department handle the creation of everything from brochures to annual reports, invitations to special events, directories, press kits, bookmarks, posters and even books that go out to various segments of the organization's more than 8 million constituents. "Of course, we're all overworked, and I could use more people, but we do the best we can," says Paula Jaworski, HSUS creative director. "A lot of that is having your head on straight and being focused. And we work very quickly. There is not a
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