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This is a series of books related to all things architecture.  They’re a little outdated, but may still be useful.  Maybe not all in the series are relevant, but there is a book specifically for Professional Development and the table of contents is as follows:

By: Jean R. Valance

Table of Contents:

  • Competitive Edge
  • Strategy
  • Assessment
  • Program Planning and Design
  • Curriculum
  • Coaching and Lessons Learned
  • Mentoring
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation
  • Learning from Learning

Part of a larger series: The Architect’s Essentials of Professional Practice

Architect’s Essentials of:

  • Winning Proposals
  • Marketing
  • Presentation Skills
  • Negotiation
  • Starting, Assessing and Transitioning a Design Firm
  • Cost Management

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