SUN-A10: Adapting Practice: Strategies for Professional and Economic Success in the 21st Century

Start Date
10/23/2016
End Date
10/23/2016
Description
The practice of landscape architecture has never fit into a box. As it continues to evolve, professionals must rise to meet new challenges and develop new ways of practicing. By adapting the traditional practice model, this session explores how to leverage our strengths for greater profitability and professional success.
Location
New Orleans, LA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
Learn how landscape architects can adapt to contemporary economic realities and increase profitability within a non-traditional approach to practice.
Examine innovative deliverable strategies for landscape architects, reducing traditional costs and liabilities, while offering more lucrative applications of our skills.
Understand the challenges and successes of applying our unique skills, perspective, and training in a post-recession economy.
Assess how both skill and personal strengths can lead to innovative and personally fulfilling practice endeavors.
Instructors
Dean HillJonathon GeelsJoy KueblerElizabeth Pulver
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Provider
American Society of Landscape Architects


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