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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.

PMKC Digest: 2016 Issues 

02-05-2016 16:04

Read through the 2016 Issues of the Practice Management Digest!

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Q1 (February) 2016 Digest - The Value of an Architect's S...   1.69MB   1 version
Uploaded - 02-08-2016
In this issue of the Practice Management Digest we consider the value of an architect’s services from several points of view.
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Q2 (May) 2016 Digest - Business Development   1.88MB   1 version
Uploaded - 05-06-2016
This issue of the Practice Management Digest is focused on Business Development. Special thanks go to Karen O. Courtney, AIA, a Past President and Fellow of the Society for Marketing Professional Services for envisioning the content and coordinating the contributions to this edition of the PM Digest.
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Q3 (September) 2016 Digest - Ownership Transition   711K   1 version
Uploaded - 09-07-2016
This issue of the Practice Management Digest focuses on Ownership Transition. As the baby boomer generation moves into retirement age, many firm owners are looking to transition out of their role in the firm and into retirement. Ownership transition can be a long and challenging process - how do you set the stage for success?
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Q4 (December) 2016 Digest - Intellectual Property   330K   1 version
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In this issue of the Practice Management Digest we look into intellectual property. Understanding how the existing laws protect architectural copyright will help architects ensure that value is respected by others in our industry and reduce the chance that you infringe on—or are accused of infringing—someone else’s rights.

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