Successful Strategies For Small Firms
The best practices small firms can use to compete with the big boys.
Strategic Alliances for Small Firms: A Path to Profitability
A concise overview of the essential information on what it takes to have a successful alliance in today's economy, directly from PSMJ’s business development experts.
About Ownership Transition
A framework that will help you prepare for a successful ownership transition. Ownership transition is inevitable…it is going to happen whether you want it or not. Take control of your and your A/E firm’s destiny and start planning for transition today.
Successful Financial Management
A clear and concise overview, direct from PSMJ’s architecture and engineering industry experts, of the complex subject of financial management … the ultimate determinant of your firm’s success of failure.
Tackling Scope Creep
A framework that will help you eliminate scope creep. Scope creep happens, but we will tell you how to take control of your A/E firm’s destiny and start planning against scope creep today.
Five Must-Have Skills for Future A/E Firm Leaders
A clear and concise overview, direct from PSMJ’s architecture and engineering industry experts, of the ever popular subject of developing emerging leaders. This 45 page e-book gives an overview of the skills needed to develop your firm's top-performing employees.
Branch Office Optimization
Is it worth the risk? As an A/E firm principal, you’ve probably asked yourself this question dozens of times. And in no business is risk more apparent than in the opening, closing, and management of branch offices. How do you know when it’s the right time to open a branch … or close one?
What A/E Firm Leader Needs to Know about Transition Planning
A clear and concise overview, direct from PSMJ’s architecture and engineering industry experts, of a topic important to your firm's future success: ownership transition. This e-book gives an overview of what all firm leaders need to know when planning for ownership transition.
Turning Your Doers Into Sellers
A clear and concise overview, direct from PSMJ’s business development experts, this complimentary ebook covers the complex subject of how to implement a successful seller-doer program.
The A/E/C Business Development Bible
A concise overview of the essential “must-knows” of business development, direct from PSMJ’s marketing and business development experts.
On Becoming An Owner: What You Need To Know
Are you ready to be “the boss”? In this free e-book, we provide an introduction—a primer, if you will—to the complex world of becoming a successful owner of an A/E firm. Becoming an owner is a personal decision, a career decision, and a financial decision that represents a major commitment.
M&A Survival Tips for A/E Firm Leaders
Merger & Acquisition (M&A) activity in the architecture and engineering space is certainly on the upswing and well on its way to reaching pre-recession levels. But, how ready are you for taking on the task of buying or selling an A/E firm? How do you make sure you aren’t overpaying or leaving money on the table? How do you avoid a million-dollar mistake?
Successful Strategic Planning for A/E Firm Leaders
A clear and concise overview, direct from PSMJ’s architecture and engineering industry experts, of the complex subject of strategic planning … an important determinant of your firm’s success or failure.
Guide to Empowering Project Managers
Are you an empowered project manager? We all want the answer to that question to be a resounding "yes!"- but, sometimes, reality falls short of our desires. Knowing what it means to be an effective PM is often very different from how to be an effective PM
What Separates Great In-House Training Programs From the Rest?
We all know about the importance of professional development…for employee retention, client satisfaction, and ultimately company performance. As such, many A/E firms have taken to developing in-house universities as their primary vehicle for professional development. But, don’t mistake that to mean that developing an in-house training program is easy. Getting it right takes significant time and significant investment…or does it?