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PSMJ Podcasts Presents: Maximize A/E Firm Profits—The Practical Road to Better Returns

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EST: Last year’s top Circle of Excellence firms enjoyed profits of more than 40 percent. The worse performers stumble by with less than five. So, what separates the stellar from the cellar?

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PSMJ Podcasts Presents: IMPACT 2030—Winners and Losers in the Coming Decade of Disruption

In a world where the POTUS and Mega Millions jackpots are larger than life and equally unpredictable, being able to forecast the immediate future seems outrageous. So, sitting down to predict how an entire industry and the professionals in it will grow and change over the next decade? Nearly impossible. As a leading industry voice, PSMJ Founder and CEO Frank A. Stasiowski, FAIA, author of IMPACT 2030—Disruptions in The Design Industry for The Next 10 Years, examines our industry today and details changes coming to the professional design industry.

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PSMJ Podcasts Presents: Pregame Your Firm’s Future-Manage Quality and Risk

No matter how much success a firm has achieved there is always some process that it can improve, deliverables people can make better, and enhance services to clients to make them more in line with their needs and desires.

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PSMJ Podcasts Presents: Hey Young Professionals—the Best Advice for Engineers is Not on YouTube

Larry Cahill, author of “Can I Borrow Your Watch? A Beginner’s Guide to Succeeding in a Professional Consulting Organization, offers young millennial engineers and scientists practical, how-tos covering how our business works and ways to navigate typical on-the-job challenges.

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PSMJ Podcasts Presents: One Goal, Two Perspectives to Find, Keep, and Engage Millennial Design Firm Professionals

The task facing architectural and engineering firms is to first find the best and brightest young professionals from the Millennial Generation and then convince them that joining their architectural or engineering firms is a good bet for the future.

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