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The Practice Management Knowledge Community (PMKC) identifies and develops information on the business of architecture for use by the profession to maintain and improve the quality of the professional and business environment. The PMKC initiates programs, provides content and serves as a resource to other knowledge communities, and acts as experts on AIA Institute programs and policies that pertain to a wide variety of business practices and trends.
The PMKC focuses on: Business practices and trends; Human resources management; Integrated practice and delivery methods; Knowledge / Innovation management; Marketing and business development; Leadership development; Financial management; Global practices; Operations management; Ownership transitions; Project management; Quality management; Risk management; Strategic alliances; Strategic planning; Student and emerging professional development.
The PMKC is also dedicated to developing new, more effective means of discovering, gathering, organizing and disseminating practice management knowledge among architects and their strategic partners.
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Advancing the Practice of Architecture
Mission: The Practice Management Knowledge Community’s mission is to discover, generate, organize, and share insights, resources, and tools that enable architects to practice more effectively.
Vision: To serve as the essential resource for advancing the practice of architecture.
David Richards, FAIA | Rossetti | Detroit
A. Lira Luis, AIA | Atelier Lira Luis, LLC | Chicago
Eric Anderson, AIA | Smartegies, LLC | Atlanta
Seth Anderson, AIA | Ascent Architecture & Interiors | Bend, OR
Matthew Shoor, AIA | Dattner Architects | New York, NY
Jason Pierce, AIA | HOK | St. Louis
ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT DEVELOPMENTS
With respect to the a/e ProNet David W. Lakamp AIA Practice Management...
By Karen O. Courtney, AIA, FSMPS
So much of business development (BD) is doing the little things right as well as focusing on the big things that really matter and can bring work in the...
Thank you all for your insight. There were some very helpful suggestions made for detail management. I realize architects come in all shapes, sizes or flavors and didn't mean to be presumptuous in making...
Ok as I said in a private email to one of the posters,
I'm a single person firm who has made the transition from pencil on velum, to ACAD, to ADT, to Acad Architecture, and now Revit. I don't understand...
To the question of managing details in Revit.
We have set up folders in another drive in our company server. It is set up just like the Revit family folder. We save only the basics in the folders....
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