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Profitability and Growth Strategies for Architects
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How can architects position themselves for future growth and meet the challenges of increasing competition, technological changes, a changing workforce and potential ownership transitions?

The answer is that today’s success-minded firms require a concentrated focus on strong project, resource and financial management practices – the kind that can carry their long-term growth goals to fruition. This webinar will cover:

  • The reasons why projects underperform and what to do about it
  • Resource management practices
  • Improving business profitability
  • The key performance indicators your firm should be measuring

Rob Peake, founder and Director of Management for Design, is a strategic thinker with a proven ability to deliver specialist expertise in strategic direction, financial and business management, systems, operations, and business performance. Rob holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Business Administration and has worked extensively as an architect and management consultant in Australia and overseas. Rob is currently working with creative businesses to develop and enhance financial and business performance.

WHEN

Wednesday 28 February 2018

12.30pm for 1pm – 2pm AEDT 

(WA 9.30am for 10–11am, NT 11am for 11:30am–12:30pm, Qld 11.30am for 12–1pm & SA 12pm for 12.30–1.30pm)

WHERE

Venues across Australia or remote access for those unable to attend a venue or who prefer to join online

CONTACT

For more information see the ACA website or contact Katherine Ygosse

Ewebinars@aca.org.au

M: 0413 520 548

 

 

 

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