Ownership Transition: Developing Future Firm Leadership
How to plan and implement a transition of ownership.
Becoming a firm owner—or leaving that role—involves a range of steps and decisions whose consequences will impact you professionally and personally. Perhaps you are an architect interested in assuming future ownership or an owner transitioning into retirement who wants to see your firm continue to grow and prosper. Certain actions you take, or fail to take, today can have a huge impact on your firm's future. Industry experts will share their experiences, address questions, offer sound risk management practices, and share a road map to help you identify the best way forward for your particular goals.
Senior Partner, Lawson & Weitzen, LLPGeorge E. Christodoulo, PC is a Senior Partner of the Boston-based law firm, Lawson & Weitzen,...
Senior Vice President, Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc.Kevin J. Collins, RPLU, Associate AIA, is a Senior Vice President with Victor O. Schinnerer &...
Senior Principal, Hord Coplan MachtEd Hord, FAIA, is a founder and senior principal of Hord Coplan Macht (HCM), a 270 person...
Principal/Studio Leader, Desmone ArchitectsTravis Kreidler, AIA is a partner with Desmone Architects based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania....
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