The CAD and IT worlds are converging—about one-third of CAD managers now report into a corporate IT infrastructure—and it’s high time you stop being a stranger in a strange land. Trust your guide, Cadalyst columnist Robert Green, to make it so.
In last’s week post, How to Go From CAD Manager to CIO, Robert described how you could reach the top IT job at your company by building a bridge on the foundation of your current skillset. This week we dial it back a bit.
CIO may not be every CAD manager’s dream job. But all CAD managers have to know how to function productively in tandem with their IT partners.
This article was developed by the editors of Cadalyst—purveyor of information, advice, and tips for CAD managers and users—and is published in the Autodesk CAD Manager Center with permission of the publisher.
Inside the Autodesk CAD Manager Center: The Adventure Continues….
This is the seventh in a series of shout-outs to the Autodesk CAD Manager Center. Earlier in the tour, I pointed you to…
- Week 1: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—Intro, plus videos of the 2015 CAD Manager Summit
- Week 2: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—3 Ways Good CAD Management Confers a Competitive Advantage
- Week 3: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—CAD Manager’s Guide to Software Trial Success
- Week 4: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—5 Questions to Ask When Considering Cheap-o CAD
- Week 5: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—AutoCAD, and Product and Building Design Suites
- Week 6: Autodesk CAD Manager Center—How to Go From CAD Manager to CIO