Mike Webber, a veteran practice executive details why your biggest cost—and your biggest payoff—is your staff. The one element that is central to all financial
Tracking employee paid time off (PTO) can be a chore, especially for a small firm. If you don’t have your own personal Catbert, I mean
At BQE, we’re not all business 24/7. Like everyone else, we need to let off some steam occasionally, pull back from our monitors and have
The on-going economic situation has impacted the salaries and jobs of workers in many professions. But, employees in the architectural industry are among those hit
Stress is something we all need less of. One major source of is where you work. The people, the boss, the cubicle or office, yourself.
Management insight is found in the little things we see and experience everyday...
This is part two in a series of articles focusing on commonalities I identified during a two year period visiting more than 200 architectural firms
Does this sound familiar? It is Thursday. John needs to see his doctor on Monday morning. John emails his supervisor, Bob, but he is not
Owners, principals and partners who plan for recovery are the ones who accelerate revenue growth during and after recovery. If you did $2 million in
Part of the Survive and Thrive Series Most design firms—and many other professional services companies—face difficult management decisions in the current economic climate. Uncertain revenues