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Architectural Management is an interesting subject, an unending world of developing ideas, practices, methods and creativity. Learn more about the subject here.
Often, we architects tell our clients some harmless lies, just to keep him/her happy. Similarly, clients are also constantly lying to their architects on issues such as payments, deadlines, scope of work, expectations, etc. But clients are powerful and rich; and thus, can afford to do that, whereas architects are meager and usually disorganized, and therefore suffer.
Albert puts together interesting list of lies clients tell architects, in this article:
Michael Kilkelly publishes in ArchDaily an intersting article summarizing 21 different ways an architect canadopt to work smarter and not harder.
Read this article on ARCHDAILY at http://www.archdaily.com/608518/21-ways-architects-can-work-smarter-not-harder/
Andrew Heaton discusses in Sourceable how Building Information Modeling and new integrated business models for design firms are bringing change in the way Architects work in Australia. His arguments not only are relevant for Australian market but also for international markets. Do Architects need to re-think the way they do business ?
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The Latin root of the word “Decision” means "to cut off from all alternatives". In an attempt to devise an approach that embraces this core essence of decision making, I came up with a “3D” approach that is relevant for architectural business. Learn more about this approach.