The professional architect’s business management bible now encompasses the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 to reflect the very latest practice in today’s cutting-edge architectural environment.
With an emphasis on the practical aspects of working as an architect, the 9th edition combines clear and comprehensive guidance with a focus on new directions in practice management which will give a modern practice that vital commercial edge.
Topics range from starting up a practice and developing a business strategy, to how to win clients, manage people, and handle fees. It includes new sections on topics such as knowledge management, QA, IT and project management too.
With its clear, accessible layout, and no-nonsense style aimed at busy architects, this is a must-read for practices of all sizes and the ideal companion to the RIBA Job Book, 9th edition
RIBA Architect's Handbook of Practice Management