There are some general items that the CAD Standard reviewer will oversee. They typically do not work for the CAD Manager but are involved beyond the level of CAD User. They will help you define and review the docs and standards you create. Below is a list that I have used to outline the duties […]

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Key Players only Make sure that your team has the key players involved and no fluff. Finding out who these people are may be a challenge. Since the CAD Standard will be a document for the end users, select the people on your team from the end user pool. Talk to the users in the […]

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A Team of Individuals You may not have total control over who is part of the team This can happen easily as some teams are defined by those that either get on it by the nature of their title or the nature of the politics in the office. This is a hard one to work […]

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Creating your team from scratch When it comes time to set aside a group of people from your firm to help define and review a CAD Standard you will need to think long and hard about who should be on the team. Size Creative teams are usually 3-5 persons in size. Your team will need […]

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Gathering the team that actually is involved with generating the input and holding the discussions about CAD Standards is critical to the success of your efforts. Don’t just let the team develop itself. You have to work at creating a positive team. There are two kinds of teams that you may work with. Created and […]

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