More business support during Covid-19

The Australian federal government has announced a further $130b economic stimulus package in response to Covid-19, bringing the total federal stimulus to $319b (or around $24,700 per working Australian). To put this staggering sum into context, the total stimulus provided by the government during the Global Financial Crisis was just $52b or $4,800 per working Australian. Which... Continue Reading →

Business support during Covid-19

The Australian federal government has announced a $189b economic stimulus package in response to Covid-19, which includes a number of support measures for small to medium businesses. State and territory governments have also announced stimulus packages. What follows is a summary of the main support initiatives that will flow the way of architecture practices over coming... Continue Reading →

Scrum

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

The Lean Startup

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

Freakonomics

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

The Silo Effect

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

Who Moved My Cheese

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

The War of Art

In various lectures I’ve given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That’s not to say there aren’t some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

Creativity Inc

In various lectures I've given over the years, I often slip in recommendations for a few of my favourite business books for architects. What sets these books apart is that none of them are actually about or by architects. That's not to say there aren't some great books that merge business and architecture, but I believe strongly in... Continue Reading →

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