Predictable profitability – part 3

This is the fifth article in a series examining how we are transitioning our architecture studio from a lean startup to a more mature business methodology. In the last article, I shared my research into twenty six different resource scheduling apps, and the approach I used to whittle them down to a shortlist of four: Coincraft,... Continue Reading →

Predictable profitability – part 2

For the first six years and three months of Mihaly Slocombe's existence, we relied on a lean methodology and Microsoft Excel to manage our business. But my growing constellation of Excel spreadsheets eventually began creating as many problems as they were solving. The increasing trouble I was having with them triggered a broader realisation that... Continue Reading →

Small architecture practice and the Cloud

What follows is a presentation we made this morning to the Australian Institute of Architect's Small Practice Forum, providing an introduction to cloud computing and argument for its benefits to small architecture practice. All characters appearing in this presentation are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.  An overview of... Continue Reading →

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