The challenges of architectural practice we talked about in our second session of Talking Crap…
With further insights and analysis.
Architects often focus on defining their value at the expense of defining their expertise. Here’s why they should preference expertise over value.
Motivation comes in many forms, here’s a way to think about motivating staff that you might not have considered.
While it’s not the only answer, there is a simple solution to reducing the overwhelm of architecture practice…
Low fees are not the problem for architects, they’re the symptom. So what might the problem be?
Commitment can be hard. Being non-committal is the reason so many people fail. How might you do more than just think about it?
Sitting at home during a pandemic felt disconnecting and immobilising. So I thought I’d try something for a change.
If goals weren’t such a pain, maybe we’d achieve more.
Working remotely is not the same process as working in an office. Nor should it be. So how might architects do remote work differently?
During the pandemic making space for yourself is vital to wellbeing. It’s also an opportunity to to pause, step back, see the whole, and build human connection. Making space for all.