Mark Kiker has a virtual meeting with three team members from an engineering firm involved with the power and energy market. They discuss and introduce you to everything you need to know about, “their firm, their positions and duties and how they work in a blended environment of design tools.”
Mark Kiker has a conversation with Robert Garza coming from the idea of focusing on education at Community College levels and how many offer CAD training that could potentially get the students into an engineering career.
Eric Wing lists off and goes into detail on his chosen delivery methods that are here to help everyone including: Video Recording, Video Conferencing, Onboarding, Production Staff, and many more.
Seriously? Another meeting? YES! Mark Kiker gets serious about things getting done. Find out why you need to have meeting, what they should cover and what to have and what not to have.
Mark Kiker talks about the upcoming topics about building a Project Team and inviting the right mix to that team.
Stephen Walz introduces how clients are beginning to require an integrated approach to enhance their existing Asset Management solutions. So in response, the AEC industry has started to evaluate multiple vendors, organizations, and technologies to develop proven solutions that allow for seamless migration of all design intelligence data into a federated model. He also adds that these solutions will be leveraged for interdisciplinary coordination, Model-Based QC, Model-Based Deliverables, and most importantly enable a streamlined continuation of asset management, well beyond design.
Mark Kiker makes sure you know what “retirement” he is referring to, old technology. He discusses old tools and hardware that will just not go away.
Survey Manager, Melanie Stone, polls our membership on how many of them are looking to leave their current companies, and why? There are some drastic changes from the last time we asked, notably that fewer people than ever are planning on remaining with their current teams.
Mark Kiker explains how to stop, take a breath and make a list to prioritize your work. This article will tell you how to make a checklist and take your workload one step at time.
Another newcomer to AUGIWorld is Bryson Anderson. Bryson goes in depth about Autodesk’s decision to move to Named User licensing.
Mark Kiker shares his tips on how to manage expectations. Expecting too little, expecting too much, the wrong thing, or the best, is all covered in this informative article.
Mark Kiker is back for round two on pitfalls. Mark goes in depth on being consistent, not listening, unclear roles & responsibilities, and failing to grow.
OpenBOM™ offers their insight on how Digital Transformation is coming to both manufacturing and construction industries.
Mark Kiker shares a great article on looking for the pitfalls that might trap you, and how to become a proactive manager that desires to avoid troubles that might come upon you.
What does that title really mean? Read as Steve Walz analyzes the “Connected Design” environment. Be more prepared, aware and adaptable with the evolving technology in your new environment(s).
Mark Kiker always takes a subject and relates it to being a manager. And how do you associate management with customization? Mark shows us some great resources for obtaining all of the customization you can handle.
Mark Kiker shares his wealth of knowledge about checklists. When, How and Why are answered to the fullest in this article on checklists. Get out your pen and paper!
BIM/Technical Consultant, Software, Collaboration, Hardware, Data. How do these items come together? Gareth Spencer explains how to bridge the gap between these and support your clients in this article.
Tag team duo, Brian Smith and Andrell Laniewicz, put together a very informative article on VDIs. I’m sure you are wanting to know more about your new working environment since the pandemic. VPN, or VDI? Read on to find out!
Joshua Geimecke provides a glimpse of project management at a firm with multiple disparate projects.