A conversation with Bob Habian, AIA.
One year ago today, I delivered this 20-minute talk at Accelerate AEC to an audience of professionals in New York City who are passionate about architecture and technology. My goal was to openly share how we are digitally transforming HMC’s 80-year-old practice. I had the opportunity to tell some
Here is some great advice for business and for life. It's a quick summary from a one minute long presentation by Bill Drenttel, but you should go to Michael Bierut's site and read the story behind the message because he has some great observations about the man and his text.
I'm happy to be featured alongside my friends Mark LePage and Lee Calisti on Novedge's Vectorworking Blog with a few things that will make both you and your architecture practice worth more. My contribution is a tutorial from my other site, Method, where I show you how to clean up
Novedge is hosting a Google+ Hangout on Wednesday, October 9th at 11am as part of their "How to Succeed in Architecture" series and I'll be one of the people presenting. You can RSVP on this page and join us. The whole thing will be streamed live on YouTube as well.
This is part one of the Archispeak crew on the Business of Architecture Podcast. Part two will be out in the near future. Enoch Sears: In this episode I talk with the creators of the wildly successful podcast that “dares to peek under the architectural kimono” and tell us what
This is one of the best lessons about leadership that I've ever seen. Take notice fellow architects. Derek Sivers: If you've learned a lot about leadership and making a movement, then let's watch a movement happen, start to finish, in under 3 minutes, and dissect some lessons: A leader needs