Benchmarking for Architects
June 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
How do you determine – and improve – your practice’s value and potential Understanding your practice’s performance in relation to peers helps you identify opportunities to minimise risk, create value, and grow.
Architectural practices can use benchmarking to improve firm performance, increase project profitability, and develop capabilities for growth. Practice leaders and owners need to establish systems for collecting and organising information that helps them make strategic decisions on managing talent, finances, operations, and business development. Assessing their practices against benchmarks can help practice owners and leaders build and sustain their firm’s value.
Rowley Mossop returns to the Museum of Architecture to facilitate this highly interactive workshop. Using a case-based approach, participants will learn the important benchmarks that can inform their strategy and improve their practice’s creative and financial performance.
About the Lecturer:
Innovia is Canada’s leading management consultancy for creative businesses, helping owners develop and implement business strategies to reach the creative and commercial potential of their firms. Innovia’s Principal, Rowley Mossop, is trained in the disciplines of architecture, business, media, and design. Rowley is a Rotman MBA, holds a diploma from the Ontario College of Art and Design, and has a B.E.S. (Architecture) from the University of Waterloo.