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Standards for Developing Standards: A How-to for Busy CAD Managers
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Curt Moreno
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CAD standards matter. We are aware of this. Yet so few of us have taken the time to develop, document, and deploy the CAD standards we desperately need. We have the best intentions—we say we will "get to it when things slow down." But it just doesn't happen. The reason is simple—developing CAD standards is hard work. Never fear. We are going to outline the entire process of installing CAD standards in your company. This class will show you the way, including knowing when it’s right for you to create standards, identifying which standards are needed, and deploying your new CAD standards. Learn tried-and-true steps that everyone can put to use, regardless of how busy they are. Get supportive milestone information, a checklist to help you go home and document your own effective practices, and prototype standards guides to help you start. This is the class you’ve been waiting for. Not another day should go by without you and your staff having excellent CAD standards at your fingertips. This session features AutoCAD, Inventor Professional, and Revit. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn to identify who should develop a CAD standard, how to develop a standard, and what to do to deploy it
  • Discover major milestones necessary to develop your own 10 release of your CAD standard, and then track subsequent versions
  • Learn how to bring important stakeholders into the development process to gain input, buy-in, and added vetting assistance
  • Learn how to identify and avoid the major pitfalls of development, deployment, implementation, and maintenance of valuable CAD standards

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Curt Moreno is the owner and editor of Kung Fu Drafter, a blog that is CAD-centric and geek peripheral. He is an active freelance content creator for clients such as the Autodesk, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard; and other corporations, large and small. He is also a member of the board of directors for Autodesk User Group International (AUGI), and he’s an award-winning Autodesk University speaker. He has written and spoken on topics revolving around the CAD profession, management issues, presentation topics, and customer relations for the past 8 years, and he hopes to broaden his reach. Moreno currently lives in Houston where he is the IT Manager for a Texas-based engineering firm. He is a public speaker and trainer and enjoys spending time with his dogs. Visit his blog at www.kungfudrafter.com, follow him on Twitter at @WKFD, or search for him on Google+.
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