The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice
Architects must be proficient in a variety of business practices to contribute to, manage, or launch a successful firm. They are responsible for the same kind of legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative activities as any other professional. Within these broad categories, however, there are many details, including professional standards and documents, that are unique to the profession of architecture.
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Legal Dimensions of Practice
Financial Management 8 1 Financial Planning 8 2 Financial Management Systems
Allied Professional Organizations
State Registration Boards
Schools of Architecture
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