AIA KnowledgeNet Roundup: May 10

AIA KnowledgeNet Roundup: May 10
Deadline Extended: Call for Entries: Houses for All Regions. The deadline to submit projects is Friday, May 17, 2013, 5pm (Eastern, US).

Deadline Extended! Call for Entries: Houses for All Regions

The AIA/CRAN together with The Images Publishing Group announce the forthcoming publication Houses for All Regions: CRAN Residential Collection and invite your firm to submit a project for inclusion in this high profile title. Inclusion in the CRAN Residential Collection is the highest honor that the AIA/CRAN can bestow on a single family custom designed residential project. Projects will be grouped into climate zones: Arid/Semi-arid, Temperate, Tropical/Sub-tropical, Arctic/Cold-climate, with an introductory essay written by an expert in the field for each section. This is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your firm and your recent projects.

The deadline to submit projects is Friday, May 17, 2013, 5pm (Eastern, US).

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Save the Date: Upcoming Webinars

Accounting 101 for Project Managers

May 16, 2013 | 1-2:15pm ET | 10-11:15am PT | Earn 1.5 AIA LUs | Learn more »

The purpose of this presentation is to provide a basic understanding of accounting principles used by the architecture and engineering industries. This is accomplished in webinar format utilizing definition or terms and examples of accounting documents and reports. In addition to Project Managers having this basic understanding, it is best that everyone in a firm understands key financial metrics and business indicators. This will provide a resource to help manage projects more successfully and connect project management with firm business management on a common platform.

This session is designed to examine trends and challenges facing business development, best practices in strategic/business development, and your firm's effectiveness.

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Project Work Planning - The Process Of Planning And Executing A Project

June 13, 2013 | 1-2:15pm ET | 10-11:15am PT | Earn 1.5 AIA LUs | Learn more »

The purpose of this presentation is to present the process of project work planning and the elements of a good plan. All projects, large or small should have a project work plan and certain characteristics will be common across project size and scope. The use of the appropriate level and number of tasks in a plan is discussed and this may be different between Project Managers and project types. The approach is to simplify and produce project work plans that serve the project team, not to produce plans that must be served.

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