Centralized Brain or Distributed Network?

One of the biggest challenges of being a firm owner today is being stretched thin by all the demands of running an architecture practice.

Like:

  • Jumping to solve contractor emergencies
  • Making sure deadlines are met
  • Ensuring high quality of documents
  • Having your project ‘value-engineered'
  • Getting paid

Being stretched thin causes the firm owner to react to the pressing issues that must be handled TODAY or THIS WEEK, pushing aside important long-term items that must be done for the practice to thrive.

In today's video, you'll discover the roadmap to ending this descent into chaos: how to create the self-managed firm that runs (practically) on autopilot.

Here's what you'll discover:

  • The main challenge faced by small firm owners today
  • Why small firm owners are typically stretched thin
  • The difference between short-term actions and long-term actions, and examples of each
  • The framework of the ‘centralized brain' vs. the ‘distributed network'
  • The road-map to creating a ‘self-managed' firm

If you're a small firm owner who wants a smooth-running firm that gives you more freedom, this video is for you.

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ABOUT

ENOCH SEARS

Enoch Bartlett Sears is the founder of the Architect Business Institute, Business of Architecture and co-founder of the Architect Marketing Institute. He helps architects become category leaders in their market. Enoch hosts the #1 rated interview podcast for architects, the Business of Architecture Show where prominent guests like M. Arthur Gensler, Jr. and Thom Mayne share tips and strategies for success in architecture.

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