Handbook of design office administration, Volume 1

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J. Wiley, 1999 - Architecture - 296 pages
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Design administrators serve a dual role: while acting as office managers, they must also become a liaison between the designers and client, as well as the consultants on projects. This professional practice book is written for both large and small design firms, with chapters devoted to all aspects of design administration, from project management and marketing, to human resources and accounting.

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Office Administration
1
Reception Area
8
Incoming and Outgoing
15
Copyright

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Society of Design Administration (SDA), an affiliate of the American Institute of Architects, organizes and encourages education in the design community. The SDA vision includes the promotion of professional standards of design firm administrative personnel and continuing education for the design community. Members of the SDA include administrators, department managers, associates, and owners dedicated to the enhancement and integration of corporate business and the design industry.

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