get to know TAM




the facts

TAM (The Arrington Method) is a small company of seven passionate women who are crazy about ideas, dreaming, and creative program management. Our founder and fierce leader, Arnetra Arrington is the inventor of the model that drives TAM and guides visions to success. Click here to learn a bit more about the TAM team. The company began in 2016 and launched to the public in 2020. We are a global team, fully remote and happily logging in Mon-Friday.


our why

The Arrington Method exists to provide resources that support visionaries and creatives from the beginning of their idea to the very end. As a company, we are focused on vision and people, and the best way to connect visions with people is through a methodology we refer to as creative program management (CPM) which is an approach that allows creative visions to flourish and become tangible realities.

Our core beliefs: At TAM we believe that dreams don’t have to remain as dreams. Our model, which shares the name of the company, is fully capable of guiding and managing creative visions of all kinds.


what makes us different

The model was specifically made to support creative and innovative ideas. These types of ideas may not have been tried before and for that reason, they need special attention.

Maybe you have heard of project management or program management? If you have then you are familiar with its purpose which is to execute projects and programs while tracking all moving pieces. CPM is similar, think of it as holistic management. Not only is the attention and the care on the vision and the vision’s execution, but it is also on the visionary and mavens (the people who do the work) making the vision a reality. Keeping spirits high and keeping everyone sparked or inspired is baked into the model.


The model allows the mavens to be people and not production robots. Productivity is important, but so is inspiration, healthy working conditions, safe spaces, and team bonding. The Arrington Method (TAM) acknowledges this and works to make sure all members of the team feel capable of doing their best work at their own pace.


Visionaries and creatives have a unique process. Not only do they like to work at their own pace, but they need to work at their own pace. Brilliant ideas and sparked moments cannot be forced into a timeline or a session. They happen organically and when we give visionaries the time that they need to think and focus on their vision, they can have those moments and the program/project can move forward from there.


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