Greenway Book Top Seller Again

June 23, 2005 · by DesignIntelligence

We're happy to report we have a niche bestseller on our hands. According to the AIA, Jim Cramer and Scott Simpson's How Firms Succeed, A Field Guide to Design Management was the second highest-selling book at the AIA bookstore during the convention in May.

We're happy to report we have a niche bestseller on our hands. According to the AIA, Jim Cramer and Scott Simpson's How Firms Succeed, A Field Guide to Design Management was the second highest-selling book at the AIA bookstore during the convention in May.

And while we're on the subject, our book-publishing arm continues to grow. The new book, Value Redesigned: New Models for Professional Practice by Kyle Davy and Susan Harris is due in August.

Cramer and Simpson expect to collaborate on another book this year. And the release of the 7th edition of the Almanac of Architecture & Design is set for November. Please visit our bookstore.

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