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Just about managing

No one ever joined the architectural profession to become a manager - but learning management skills can bring major benefits to your business Architecture is getting more and more competitive, and a number of factors mean that running the office is more challenging.The interrelated approach envisaged by Egan, the ever-growing demands of clients, and increasingly tight budgets and timescales, are all placing great pressures on the profession.Successful practices deal with these challenges ...

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