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Atomic Habits for Architectural Professionals: Secrets that Boost Productivity & Profits

  • Sponsor: BQE Software
  • Credits: 1 AIA LU

Course Description

In the bestselling book Atomic Habits, James Clear illustrates that the key to unlocking significant improvements in our lives lies in small, incremental changes, emphasizing systems over goals for sustained progress. This webinar explores how integrating technologies into our daily routines, guided by Clear’s four laws of behavior change (make it obvious, attractive, easy, and satisfying), can transform our work processes and AE firm’s culture.

By adopting a mindset shift towards seeing ourselves not just as design professionals, but as innovators, we align technology with our identity, ensuring its seamless adoption. Join the founder of The Well-Designed Firm and former Chief Creative Officer of BQE Software, Steven Burns, FAIA, as he shares actionable insights on fostering a culture that embraces experimentation and learning, illustrating how these atomic habits can compound to achieve remarkable growth. Discover how to leverage these principles to propel your AE firm forward by letting automation and technology handle the heavy lifting, saving you hours per week!

Note: Certificates of Completion will be emailed in a PDF format for your records right away. Please allow for up to 3 to 4 weeks to receive AIA credit for the course.

Learning Objectives

  • Leverage automated reporting and invoicing, transforming daily routines into efficient workflows, dramatically improving cash flow and reducing administrative tasks.
  • Ensure balanced workloads and timely project completion by making human resource allocation a regular practice.
  • Utilize technology to gain accurate insights into project costs and staff productivity by making daily time tracking a non-negotiable habit.
  • Foster a culture that embraces adaptation and continuous improvement through small, habitual changes in how technology is perceived and utilized within the firm.