Column: CAD Manager
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What now?   1 Oct, 2002

The ongoing quest for full-featured, easy-to-use CAD software.More>>

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How to get what you need from upper management   1 Oct, 2002

CAD managers and users alike wonder how to get better support from upper management for the CAD manager position. One of the most frequently asked questions in CAD-related newsgroups is: How many CAD users should an organization have before it needs a full-time CAD manager?...More>>

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Don't Do It All?Delegate   1 Aug, 2002

More On The People Side of CAD ManagementMore>>

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Don't Do It All—Delegate   1 Aug, 2002

More On The People Side of CAD ManagementMore>>

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AutoCAD installation two-step   1 Apr, 2002

Preparation is key to successful software upgrades.More>>

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The Next Big Thing   1 Feb, 2002

What's on your CAD wish list?More>>

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Coping with CAD burnout,Part II: Know thyself   1 Sep, 2001

Many readers wrote to say how closely they identified with the burnout symptoms described in my November 1999 CAD Manager article, Coping with burnout. Though that article explored the causes and some partial solutions to burnout of CAD drafters who are under your charge, ...More>>

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Take this time to organize   1 Aug, 2001

With an economic downturn in sight, many design firms will go through a slowdown in work. CAD managers may have some time to catch their breath and catch up with projects that have been put on the back burner. In the past few years, most design organizations have been...More>>

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Meet the manager: HOK's corporate CAD director   1 May, 2001

Mario Guttman discusses how HOK manages CADMore>>

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3D architectural modeling falls short of promise   1 Apr, 2001

Architectural CAD software developers seem to concentrate most of their development effort on 3D modeling these days. New architectural CAD software revolves around the premise that architects and building services engineers want to construct a 3D model and render it. While...More>>