The definitive guide to management success for sole practitioners
and leaders of small design firms
Owning and operating a small architectural design firm can be
challenging, with tight project deadlines, on-the-fly meetings,
rush proposals, and fluctuating workloads as part of the firm's
day-to-day activities. To help small firm owners cope with the
chaos and prepare for the unexpected, here is "The Architect's
Guide to Small Firm Management," a no-nonsense guide to repurposing
daily demands into workable, goal-directed solutions.
Crucial topics such as self-aware leadership, people management,
technology, financial health, scenario planning, sustainable
practice, and future trends are examined using real-life case
studies and business model paradigms. This definitive text explores
the whole system experience of a small firm practice to deliver
organizational strategies proven to keep a firm's creative mission
on a steady, productive path.
"The Architect's Guide to Small Firm Management" addresses how
small firm owners can:
Deal effectively with unexpected circumstances and shifting work
Meet the demands of the marketplace while creating a satisfying
Set and achieve goals in an environment of constant change
This book is a must-have for those facing the often harsh
reality of managing small design firms in a difficult and changing
economy. Entrepreneurial architects and designers will discover how
to define their own personal and professional meanings of success,
as well as how to refocus their business approach to replace long,
unrewarding hours with manageable, satisfying ones.
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