CAD managers need to know several key success factors. They may not be what you expect. Key factors include software, hardware, your firm, your industry, and yourself. We will review each of these with a focus on uncovering critical perspectives and knowledge that you need to add to your talent mix. Find out how to move beyond the basics and build on your technical skills with management and leadership prowess. This session features AutoCAD. AIA Approved
- Find out if the best software for your firm may be something you do not even own yet
- Learn how to expand your impact by moving past design tech and into your firm’s upper-management mindset
- Review your talents and see where you need to strengthen the tech side with people skills
- Learn the 5 key areas of oversight that can derail all your efforts if you get them wrong
Mark Kiker has more than 25 years of hands-on experience with technology. He is editor of caddmanager.com and bimmanager.com. He is fully versed in every area of management from deployment planning, installation, and configuration to training and strategic planning. As an internationally known speaker and writer, and he has been a returning speaker at Autodesk University since 1996. He writes the monthly CAD Manager column for AUGI World magazine. He served for 6 years on the Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) board of directors, served as AUGI president for 3 years, and also served as AUGI executive director. Mark is currently serving as director of information technology for School for Integrated Academics and Technologies (SIATech), a nationwide public charter high school focused on dropout recovery.