CAD Leadership 2012: Becoming an Extraordinary CAD Manager
Lecture    CM2881
Mark Kiker
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As those who work out know, the core is the center of the body that drives every other area. For CAD managers, the core is composed of the central perspectives and beliefs that drive them to action. The core motivates, outlines, circumscribes, defines, and restricts every decision, action, and outcome that they are involved in. Get the core right and you get more done, motivate more people (including yourself), and inspire and encourage others. Get it wrong and you may cripple your CAD efforts, derail your decision making and tangle your team into knots.

Key Learnings

  • Discover eight key cores that move you toward extraordinary
  • Uncover the value of embracing change
  • Make the workplace a positive environment
  • Embrace constant improvement as a way of life


 Mark Kiker
Mark Kiker
Mark has more than 25 years of hands-on experience with technology. He is fully versed in every area of Management from deployment planning, installation and configuration to training and strategic planning. As a internationally known speaker and writer, and he is a returning speaker at Autodesk University since 1996. He is an Autodesk Certified Trainer (ACT). Mark is currently serving as Executive Director of the Autodesk User Group International (AUGI®). He writes the monthly "CAD Manager" column for AUGI HotNews. He is owner and editor of two blog sites, www.caddmanager.com and www.bimmanager.com.

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