CADDManager on September 30th, 2008

More on the proper use of email…  again, if I have not given credit for something that is contained here, forgive me and let me know where it is located so I can link to it. Writing Email Keep your email short – it is best to limit yourself to five or six bullet points [...]

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CADDManager on September 29th, 2008

In August I asked about your email habits.  Here are the results… Here are some general guidelines I use for email.  I have developed many of these and collected them and just picked them up here and there.  If I have copied them from the net and not given credit it is because I do [...]

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CADDManager on September 24th, 2008

Some users push the envelope – do you appreciate this? Some want to go farther with the software that they use.  They want to continue to move forward even when others are having trouble following.  They just keep finding new ways to use the tools that others do not understand. Some will push you forward [...]

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CADDManager on September 23rd, 2008

CAD Management: CAD Upgrades – Push and Pull Published in AUGI Hot News for September… There may not be a “perfect time” to move forward with an upgrade. Will there be a time when all of the positives draw you forward and none of the negatives are there to slow you down? Here are some [...]

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CADDManager on September 22nd, 2008

Working with people is the most important talent that you can add to your technical skills.  Developing people skills will move you fast and farther toward your goals than just waiting for things to happen.  Here are two that you could work on: 1.  Understanding others. “The single most important principle in the field of [...]

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CADDManager on September 18th, 2008

10 CAD Management Problems You May Not Know You Have Most CAD Managers have a good handle on their environment.  Most have a good “feel” for what shape their files are in.  Most have a positive perspective on things going well. But what about the things that you may not know about.  What about those [...]

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CADDManager on September 15th, 2008

I have been waiting for this a long time… From the Autodesk site Upcoming Release of AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite to Include AutoCAD Architecture The latest release of AutoCAD® Revit® Architecture Suite software is scheduled for shipping on September 15. This release expands the software applications that comprise the suite to include AutoCAD® 2009, AutoCAD® [...]

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CADDManager on September 10th, 2008

HELP ME DEVELOP MY CLASS FOR AUTODESK UNIVERSITY I am putting together a survey of BIM Managers and BIM Support staff. Do you have the title of BIM Manager, BIM Coordinator or anything with BIM in the title? Do you oversee your BIM software use at your firm? Do you coordinate BIM project efforts or [...]

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CADDManager on September 9th, 2008

Take our Poll on the right hand side of the home page… Often we forget to train ourselves.  Staying ahead of the curve is not easy.  Have you forgotten to keep your skills current?

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