If you own an architecture or engineering (A/E) firm, you need an ownership transition plan. Without it, your equity interest and the firm’s future could be in jeopardy. While there are many different options and solutions for transition planning, one option is often overlooked. Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) can be a valuable vehicle for managing stock redemptions, creating liquidity, and minimizing tax burdens. But, ESOPs can be quite complex and are not the right fit for every A/E firm.Read More
In today’s hyper-competitive A/E/C business climate, you need every edge that you can get to boost your firm’s after-tax profits. Join Dawson Fercho: IRS Enrolled Agent, Founder of Corporate Tax Advisors, Inc. on Wed, May 3, 2017 for this free webinar.Read More
In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven world, architecture and engineering (A/E) firms run on key performance indicators (KPIs). These are the early indicators of trouble and the benchmarks for success. But, it is far too easy to drown in meaningless KPIs and too many A/E firms are wasting time and money measuring the wrong metrics!
Join PSMJ Director and Consultant David Burstein, P.E., as he takes you through the financial and operational KPIs that drive success in top-performing A/E firms – what to measure, when to worry, and how to steer clear of trouble.
Now more than ever, a flawed compensation strategy can cost your A/E/C firm big dollars in increased turnover, lousy client satisfaction, and lost profits.
In this data-packed FREE webinar, Dave and Kristi share exclusive A/E/C compensation benchmarking data collected by PSMJ and easy strategies to ensure that your compensation strategy is driving the performance and results that you need.
In this webinar, PSMJ’s Dave Burstein and Deltek's Jeremiah McNicholas, present their findings on the current state of the architect and engineering industries and their thoughts on the future of these industries.Read More
Join David Burstein, P.E. of PSMJ for this insightful FREE webinar on benchmarking your bonus and benefits program. Now more than ever, ensure that your incentive compensation measures up to industry norms is critical. This webinar gives you valuable data along with strategies and tactics that you can immediately to help keep your employees happy and motivated.Read More
What is the difference between leadership and management?
Join David Burstein P.E. of PSMJ for this FREE webinar to discover how strong leaders drive employees to truly care about the work they do and deliver far greater results. Explore your personal leadership style, identifying the correct approach for the situation, and the resources available to help you become a more effective leader and grow every aspect of your business.
In today’s hyper-competitive A/E/C business climate, it may sometimes seem like mergers and acquisitions are happening all around you. Competitors are joining forces to create a stronger brand, the mega-firms keep getting larger, and mid-sized firms are trying to grow from a vulnerable position.
With record numbers of Baby Boomers planning their exit, M&A activity is hot right now, but the risk is great, and opportunities for a million-dollar mistake are everywhere. Perhaps you are actively developing or executing an M&A growth strategy. Maybe you are exploring the notion of an external sale of your own firm. Or, you might just be wondering how other firms make mergers and acquisitions look so easy…when it seems to be anything but easy! Whether you are a seller or a buyer, you deserve to get the right compensation.
In part 2 of this two part series, PSMJ Consultant and Director of A/E/C Surveys, Kate Allen, P.E., concludes demonstrating a top-down budgeting technique and discussion on year-end profit allocation.Read More
In part 1 of a two part webinar series, PSMJ Consultant and Director of A/E/C Surveys, Kate Allen, P.E., demonstrates a top-down budgeting technique that will walk you through six simple steps, starting with calculating revenue capacity and ending with a discussion on year-end profit allocation.