THE EASIEST WAY TO INCREASE YOUR PROFITS
Good project management is not the same as good architecture.
It is easy to sell great architecture, but poor project management will run your company into the ground. However, teaching your team good project management skills will benefit every project and put money in the bank. Project managers catch issues like scope creep and the impacts of design revisions before they effect the projects schedule and budget.
This means that you have the opportunity to get paid for more of the work you are doing on every job in your office. There is no need to raise your prices when you get paid for every hour spent on a project.
CUT THE LEARNING CURVE
My first employer in the architecture industry put me to work learning project management. My first few projects lost money, and I was frustrated by the process. The sequencing for completing a project didn't make sense, and it seemed completely different from what everyone said it was going to be.
Today, I manage many multi-million dollar construction projects concurrently. The difference is that I have invested a lot of time into learning project management techniques.
While some people have a natural talent for proportion, scale, and balance in design, project management is a learn-able skill. This means that all of your team members should know how to mange projects. The course is distilled down from years of experience, from many great project managers from different industries. A project management course can save you and your team years of learning from the 'school of hard knocks" as well as hard earned money.
OUR PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSE PUTS THE
POWER BACK IN YOUR HANDS
Get the City on Your Side: Learn powerful techniques for working with the permitting jurisdictions to get them to buy into your projects!
Work Within Your Budget: Learn strategies that allow for budget flexibility to absorb project unknowns or increase value!
Set the Project Schedule: Don't wait for vendors to fit you in, get the team to work within your schedule for the project.
Reduce Project Risk: Learn how to spot and manage where risk is in your project and how to develop a strategy to handle it!
Learn the Most Powerful Project Management tool: Learn the basic project management tool to ensure that your project becomes the priority for your entire team!