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I trust you've figured out that we don't have "technology problems", we have People Issues. This year at Autodesk University 2011 I'm doing more People Skills sessions than ever before. I'm both honored and excited about that.

AU Course Catalog will be available on Aug 16 

The…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AU, AU2011, Autodesk University, people skills, management

Every month I get requests to bring back CAD PILOT JUMP SCHOOL.

People Want Training That Works

It's true that Training the Works is a priceless commodity that is devalued like the US dollar by the constant grinding of the printing press. There's a reason that past Jumpers keep asking for More. Once you EXPERIENCE something closer to the real deal nothing else comes close. Ask…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags training, implementation, management, people, people skills

This summer our nation's politicians struggle to cope with the cost of government. This is a pretty common human problem. I have the problem. You have the problem. But Why is it so #%$#  HARD TO FIX IT?

The Costs are Real

The people working in the civil engineering and related marketplaces today have real needs. There are significant man-hour costs for organizations when…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags implementation, training, people, people skills, management, CAD Standards

The DTMC (Design Technology Management Conference) at Autodesk University may be one of the best reasons to attend AU if you are a Manager.

The DTMC is an event right before AU that is focused completely on Managers. The DTMC event is about actively participating with your Management level peers around topics that matter to Managers.

 

Here's a short video interview that…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AU, AU2011, Autodesk University, DTMC, leadership, management, people skills

I've posted before on the NCS Layer Standards, STB vs CTB, and Project Management. All of these generated…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags template, style, standards, CAD Standards, bias, people, people skills, AUGI, AUGI World