For many of us, the holiday period can be an overwhelming time of the year. There are projects to wrap up, invoices to send out, a holiday party to throw and what seems like a never-ending to-do list to get through before we close the office doors. However busy we might be, it’s important that … Continued
A new model of ownership is being hailed as the answer to succession planning issues across practices in the UK and across the US. In this article, originally published in the Architectural Review, Archibiz Co-Founder Ray Brown discusses the growing employee ownership trend in architecture practices and how they might facilitate succession planning.
Whether you own a practice with three staff members or 15, succession planning is something that deserves to be top of mind for every architecture practice leader. Practice owners or leaders should think about succession planning early and carefully to avoid major mishaps.
An architecture practice owner and leader needs to be able to effectively manage and build a team. During Monograph’s Section Cut Conference earlier this month, Archibiz mentors discussed the ways in which architects can become better leaders. Learn three keys to becoming a better leader here.
In order to run a successful architecture practice, you need to have a business vision. A vision is a clearly articulated, results-oriented picture of the future you intend to create. Practice owners need to have a well-formulated vision for their practice if they want their practice to truly make an impact.
In a recent live talk with Architizer, Archibiz Co-Founder and Chief Mentor Ray Brown sat down with Architizer to discuss some of the most common mistakes architects make when they start their own practice.
Business coaching and mentoring for architects is increasingly gaining in popularity for its ability to help transform a practice. Whether an architect is in the early stages of their practice, or leads a well-established firm, business coaching can help the architecture firm make more profit, gain structure and succeed.
Listen to Ray Brown, Chief Mentor and Co-Founder of Archibiz, share his “Three Keys to Running a Profitable Architecture Firm” on the Leadership BluePrint Podcast, hosted by Zach Waters. In this episode, Ray breaks down the 3 most impactful ways to increase your architecture firm’s profitability.
Since the start of the pandemic, the way we work has drastically changed. Whether you’re working remotely or in the studio, there are three fundamentals to leadership that each practice leader must recognize and implement if they want to be effective leaders.
A mid-year check-in with your practice can ensure that you are on pace to meet your revenue goals before the end of the year. Here are our three top recommendations for you to take on this June. Each practice booster focuses on one key area of the business – finance, operations, and sales and marketing – to ensure well-rounded success before the end of 2021.