Using a mythical pair of architects, Simon and Jeremy, to illustrate management theory gives a new course that personal touch How to get ahead in architecture
Have you heard the one about the two college friends who set up in practice together? They were great mates, one was married to the sister of the other, things went swimmingly at first, the practice grew, and then it started to go horribly wrong . . . If this sounds extraordinarily familiar, so did it to the people on the first Business Management Training for Architects course run under the auspices of the riba.
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