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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#317)   12 Mar, 2014

Readers respond to the open letter to CAD companies; CAD managers share suggestions for screening potential hires.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#316)   26 Feb, 2014

An Open Letter to CAD Software Companies: Here's what we really need from our tools — and from the firms that develop and market them.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#315)   12 Feb, 2014

To Manage CAD, Understand Project Deadlines: Align your CAD management tasks to support project deadlines for less stress and smoother project completions.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#314)   22 Jan, 2014

The Peer-to-Peer CAD Manager, Part 2: To improve your relationship with your CAD users, become a reliable resource for technical solutions and interdepartmental collaboration.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#313)   8 Jan, 2014

The Peer-to-Peer CAD Manager: Even if you lack the official title, you can still positively influence your workplace if you make the most of interacting with your users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#312)   11 Dec, 2013

CAD Management Forecast for 2014: The new year will bring new challenges; review these predictions and action items now so you can prepare before it arrives.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#311)    13 Nov, 2013

Specifying CAD Workstations, Demystified: Unsure about whether to direct your dollars toward a faster processor or more RAM? Here's one expert's opinion on what to choose for your CAD users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#310)   23 Oct, 2013

Don't Be Penny-Wise and Computer-Foolish: Using outdated computers for CAD is a false economy that can waste staggering amounts of employee time. Here's how to open management's eyes. More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#309)   9 Oct, 2013

Stand Up for Job Satisfaction: If CAD management frustrations have pushed you to the breaking point, you can face the problem head-on — but understand the risks first.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#308)   25 Sep, 2013

Steer Your CAD Management Career: The better you understand your strengths — and how they can help your company — the more effective and valued you will be.More>>