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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#257)   23 Mar, 2011

Just How 3D Are We? Part 3: Managing expectations is key to keeping management and users happy during the transition from 2D to 3D.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#256)   9 Mar, 2011

Just How 3D Are We? Part 2: Readers weigh in on the question of 3D CAD adoption, revealing a wide spectrum of opinions about 2D and 3D use.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#255)   23 Feb, 2011

Just How 3D Are We? Part 1: Software vendors would have you believe that 3D software has taken over the CAD market — but how many companies have actually abandoned 2D?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#254)   9 Feb, 2011

Don't Get Lost in CAD-to-BIM Translation: Get everyone on the same page by mapping out the inputs and outputs for your next project — in very specific terms.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#253)   26 Jan, 2011

CAD Management Game-Changers: BIM, video training, cloud-based software, and point clouds will all make waves this year.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#252)   8 Dec, 2010

Observations from Autodesk University 2010: Conference attendance improved this year — as did the mood — but CAD managers reported that many companies are still struggling.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#251)   18 Nov, 2010

Prove Your Worth! Quantify your value as a CAD manager by calculating your own personal ROI.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#250)   27 Oct, 2010

CAD Manager's Survey 2010, Part 2: Robert Green examines survey results about compensation, job security and workloads, corporate spending and training, and authority in the workplace.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#249)   13 Oct, 2010

CAD Manager's Survey 2010, Part 1: How much money do CAD managers make? Do they work part-time or full-time? These questions and more are answered with the help of your fellow CAD managers!More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#248)   22 Sep, 2010

Your New CAD Management Plan: With economic recovery in sight, now is the time to develop strategies for budgeting, growth, and user training.More>>