From timesheets, pay slips, to salaries and superannuation, payroll can be an expensive activity to run in-house. Management for Design can partner with your business to increase efficiencies, accuracy, and reporting standards while decreasing overall costs and risk associated with maintaining these functions.
Carla Dexheimer, Finance Director, Management for Design
While payroll is absolutely essential to your business, it's a non-core activity. Outsourcing your payroll allows you to focus on what you do best.
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The way we see it is that our people are your people. Led by our leadership team, they are expert and experienced in their specialised roles.
Refocussing your way of working means you’ll spend less time micro-managing, while the key decision making will always remain firmly in your hands.
David Kingberg, Director, Smart Planning and Design
A really strong attribute they have is knowing how to ask the right questions and pose scenarios to make improvements. On top of that, they're great people to deal with and it's a real pleasure to work with them. They genuinely want their clients to be successful.
In an environment where every transaction has a place and purpose, we can help your firm cohesively manage and improve its bottom line; freeing you up to take the lead with the knowledge that finances are in safe hands.
Gordana Milosevska, Founding Director, Management for Design
The language of business is accounting, and unless you're well versed in it, you shouldn't be dabbling.
Your software is only a tool. In the increasingly competitive business environment that, architectural, engineering, and other design firms operate in, it's more important than ever to ensure that your business systems are right for your business, work effectively and are embraced by all your team.
Lisa Maddocks, General Manager, Gray Puksand
Management by Design has helped me overcome my biggest hurdle as General Manager - getting people to have confidence in the system and the information in it.
The advancement of technology is happening at an increasing pace, and as new tools and technologies are developed, they leave a wake of change behind them-with the potential to revolutionise the way the industry works.
Craig McGrath, General Manager Technology, Management for Design
Those who invest early in key technologies, and embed them within their workflow and processes, will without a doubt benefit in the next 3-5 years, as these trends become more mainstream.
We uncover the fundamentals of your business, identify areas for improvement and enable sound, evidence-based decisions, to move your business and projects forward confidently with fewer surprises.
Gordana Milosevska, Director, Management for Design
Measure. Assess. Create change. We add certainty to business decisions by combining your vision with hard data.
We provide innovative solutions that are designed specifically to meet design business needs. Our mission is for your leaders to be the best they can be.
Rob Peake, Director, Management for Design
Being able to receive the support and advice you need from the experts around you will make an enormous difference to how you view your business and the decisions you make as a result.
The importance of communications and engagement in the built environment industry cannot be understated. The ability to communicate the value of your services is just as important as delivering successful projects.
Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make, but about the stories you tell
Relationships built on trust are key to enjoying success in business. We have experience working with several high profile businesses across the design industry.
Our content and resources include blogs, videos, white papers and industry-wide studies. These tools are developed to provoke discussion and actions for business success.
Arrange your complimentary consultation with the aim of assisting you to make the most effective decisions for maximising your business performance.