The mission of the AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx) is to advance the mutual interests of architects practicing in small firms. The objectives of the AIA SFx are three-fold:1. Advocate for small firms within the AIA and in outside organizations and agencies.2. Promote leadership in Small Firm professional development and practice; and3. Facilitate and support the local component round tables and small firm networks.
Thank you Kira. The more firms that use the Toolkit and share their experiences, the more we will all benefit.
For an online course about how some firms are using the Toolkit, please visit Design Excellence and Climate Change – Bay Area Case Studies from AIA San Francisco COTE. The presenters discuss the AIA COTE® Top Ten Toolkit, their firms' integrative design approaches, and how architects can persuade clients to incorporate strategies that achieve both design excellence and exceptional building performance. (Full transparency: This is a paid online course produced in conjunction with AIA San Francisco, who receives a portion of the course revenue to help fund their other programs, and by www.aecknowledge.com, which I own.) I seldom mention our online courses in these posts due to perceived conflicts of interest; however, the five passionate presenters in this course are quite amazing and this is such a timely topic. And if your chapter wants to stream this course at an in-place event, the fee will be waived.
Michael Strogoff, FAIA
Strogoff Consulting, Inc.
ownership transitions . mergers & acquisitions . practice management . leadership development . talent placement
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