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Posted by  Issi on September 16, 2002 at 20:34:32:

In Reply to:  Practicing Architecture in a collaborative environment posted by Chris on September 15, 2002 at 07:31:07:

Chris,

As a fellow student I cannot provide you with any personal input, however, I recently came across a book called "Planning for people" by a British writer named Maurice Broady.

I cannot point you to the right page or chapter, but somewhere within the first few chapters there appeared a table that's of interest to you. The table divides a statistically acceptable number of British architecture firms according to the number of employed architects, and then goes on to cross these with data such as management methods - centralized or dispersed control of projects, for example - the perceived degree of creativity, the firm's profitability and so on. naturally the text within the chapter where the table is found also deals with these topics.

Issi

 
 
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