Architect's Handbook of Practice Management

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The highly respected and authoritative Architects' Handbook of Practice Management, the professional's business bible, has been redesigned, reorganised and revised to bring it entirely up to date. While the scope of topics covered in the Seventh Edition remains unaltered, the information has been reordered to reflect the logic of contemporary practice, making it a more user-friendly publication.

This vital reference work already includes sections on professional matters, practice management, staff relations, managing projects, risk assessment. In this Seventh edition, much of the handbook's detail has been updated to reflect changes in legislation, case law and best practice. Additionally it now features new sections on staff appraisals, limited liability partnerships, stakeholder pensions, partnering, after-the-event insurance, copyright and the new ARB code.

The new edition contains essential information about professionalism in architecture today, a must for practising architects and Part III students alike.

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Paperback
ISBN-10:
1859461190
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Publisher:
RIBA Publications

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The highly respected and authoritative Architects' Handbook of Practice Management, the professional's business bible, has been redesigned, reorganised and revised to bring it entirely up to date. While the scope of topics covered in the Seventh Edition remains unaltered, the information has been reordered to reflect the logic of contemporary practice, making it a more user-friendly publication.

This vital reference work already includes sections on professional matters, practice management, staff relations, managing projects, risk assessment. In this Seventh edition, much of the handbook's detail has been updated to reflect changes in legislation, case law and best practice. Additionally it now features new sections on staff appraisals, limited liability partnerships, stakeholder pensions, partnering, after-the-event insurance, copyright and the new ARB code.

The new edition contains essential information about professionalism in architecture today, a must for practising architects and Part III students alike.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1859461190
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
RIBA Publications

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