AUGIWorld July 2012 - Methods of Management
AUGIWorld July 2012 Issue Released!
Management - whether it's of people, systems, projects, or even time - is a task that virtually everyone has to perform. It makes sense, then, to hone your management skills to ensure they are, and remain, effective.
In the July 2012 issue of AUGIWorld, industry experts examine management from a number of perspectives and offer some tips on how to perform this critical task effectively.
In "Managing in the BIM Age," Jennifer Storey talks about the role of BIM manager and how critical it has become. Greg Firman offers up "MEP Management Basics" for AutoCAD MEP users.
Curt Moreno tackles some tough HR issues in "Employing the Right Hiring Practices". And that's just the beginning.
Also in the July 2012 issue of AUGIWorld...
Beginning GIS: Asking the Right Questions – Andra Marquardt draws from personal experience to get you started on building a GIS.
I Property, Used Properly – Mark Flayer has just the prescription for the effective use of iProperties in Inventor.
Organize with Sheet Set Manager – Melinda Heavrin shows you how to manage from your workstation with Sheet Set Manager in AutoCAD Architecture.
Six Steps to a Sturdy Foundation - John Shelbourn with a half-dozen tips on avoiding the pain that can accompany Revit MEP project management.
When Systems Collide - Josh Taylor on a smart technique for clash detection and management within Navisworks Manage.
Tips for Revit Project Management - Adam Muñoz shares what he has learned about project management from years of experience with Revit Structure and other products.
Also in this issue...
Real Quality Assurance – Peter Baston provides a thoughtful look at quality assurance. What QA is (and isn't) plus pointers on assessing your company.
Inside Track – Five new products from Autodesk and related manufacturers.