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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#301)   22 May, 2013

Approach Disruptive Technologies with Caution: Upgrading an operating system or running software from the cloud won't automatically make for better designs — and it might cause trouble.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#300)    8 May, 2013

Conduct a CAD Management Audit: Are you like an overworked logger, too busy felling trees to sharpen your ax? Take the time to stop and think critically about what you're doing — and how you're doing it.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#299)   24 Apr, 2013

Don't Get Caught in the Tool Worship Trap, Part 2: In your discussions with upper management, don't get distracted by the new software's appealing features — focus on how it will impact users and processes.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#298)   10 Apr, 2013

Don't Get Caught in the Tool Worship Trap: In your quest to gain management support for new software, begin with a lesson in reality.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#297)   27 Feb, 2013

No-Budget CAD Management: These simple suggestions will make an impact on your workplace and don't require a dime — just your time.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#296)   13 Feb, 2013

Improve CAD Production Quality by Annoying Your Users, Part 3: Transferring the burden of problem solving to the users who cause the problems is a great strategy — but only if you can take yourself out of the process.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#295)   23 Jan, 2013

Improve CAD Production Quality by Annoying Your Users, Part 2: Learn "basic annoyance transfer" — and what to do if users don't respond — and you'll be on your way to improved CAD workflows.More>>

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Improve CAD Production Quality by Annoying Your Users, Part 2   22 Jan, 2013

Learn 'basic annoyance transfer' — and what to do if users don’t respond — and you'll be on your way to improved CAD workflows.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#294)   9 Jan, 2013

Improve CAD Production Quality by Annoying Your Users, Part 1: If the "carrot" of reward doesn't elicit the response you're looking for, carefully chosen annoyances can serve as the "stick" that improves employee behavior. More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#293)   12 Dec, 2012

Looking Back at Autodesk University 2012 Reveals What's Ahead for CAD Managers: Conversations at the annual user conference indicate that priorities are shifting to project profitability.More>>