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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#265)   27 Jul, 2011

A CAD Manager's Letter to IT: Educate your IT department about what you really need to do your job right.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#264)    13 Jul, 2011

Have the BIM Truth Talk with Your Boss, Part 4: The final installment in this series discusses reader experiences with training personnel, IT obstacles, and other aspects of implementation.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#263)   22 Jun, 2011

Have the BIM Truth Talk with Your Boss, Part 3: BIM implementation may be challenging, but tools such as this checklist will help keep things moving forward.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#262)   8 Jun, 2011

Have the BIM Truth Talk with Your Boss, Part 2: Readers share their struggles with managing their managers' expectations.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#261)   25 May, 2011

Have the BIM Truth Talk with Your Boss: Despite what your management team may have heard, implementing BIM isn't cheap or easy — so set them straight as soon as possible.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#260)   11 May, 2011

Keep Ahead of the Learning Curve, Part 2: You've got your training plan in hand, and now you need to show management why funding that training is a smart financial decision.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#259)    27 Apr, 2011

Keep Ahead of the Learning Curve, Part 1: A CAD manager's job demands an up-to-date skill set — which in turn requires a carefully planned training program.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#258)    13 Apr, 2011

Just How 3D Are We? Part 4: In this final installment in the 3D CAD usage series, you'll learn how to select your first project and tackle other implementation challenges.More>>

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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>>