The Whitehorn Papers

The Whitehorn Papers — May 2015 — Design Your Blueprint for Success

Define roles, communicate expectations, and create greater clarity in your firm. By Steve Whitehorn Most of us are familiar with the theory that greater risk equals greater rewards. This theory, however, does not apply to your firm’s operations; failing to manage operational risks can quickly eat up your profits rather than grow them. Unfortunately, managing…

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The Whitehorn Papers – November 2014 – Surviving the Commoditization Trap

Click here to view the PDF version of the The Whitehorn Papers – November 2014 – Surviving Commoditization Surviving the Commoditization Trap by Steve Whitehorn Editor’s Note: This is the third article in AIA New Jersey’s Empowerment by Design series by Steve Whitehorn of Whitehorn Financial Group, Inc., providing A/E professionals with practical tips for a…

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The Whitehorn Papers – March 2014 – Practical Strategies for Mitigating Risk

Click here to view the PDF version of The Whitehorn Papers – March 2014 March 28, 2014 Each December, Whitehorn Financial Group, Inc., sponsors the annual Architects’ and Engineers’ Roundtable in Philadelphia, PA.  The event showcases professionals in the AE industry providing practical advice on various topics relevant to firm principals and leadership. Victor O….

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The Whitehorn Papers – March 2014 – Why Basic Risk Management Rules Matter

  March 4, 2014 Each December, Whitehorn Financial Group, Inc., sponsors the annual Architects’ and Engineers’ Roundtable in Philadelphia, PA.  The event showcases professionals in the AE industry providing practical advice on various topics relevant to firm principals and leadership. Attorney Richard J. Davies of Powell, Trachtman, Logan, Carrle & Lombardo P.C., was one of…

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The Whitehorn Papers – May 2013 – Spring into Growth Mode

As the economy slowly improves, the forecast for new business is beginning to look brighter than it has in many years. However, although many firms are getting busier, they are hesitant to hire additional employees until they know that the recent increases in new business are sustainable. This uncertainty has caused many firms to remain…

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