Tag Archive: processes

Dec 17 2008

Running the AEC IT function

There is an interesting article in the latest AECbytes in which Linda Letourneau, director of technology at US-based planning and design practice LandDesign, describes how she achieved a turnaround in user satisfaction in her firm after implementing better technologies and changing the focus of its IT group. Her starting point was to recognise that the …

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Jul 25 2008

Another good BIM viewpoint

The latest AECbytes viewpoint is from Stuart Carroll of US IT provider Beck Technology. In BIM: When Will It Enter “The Ours” Zone?, he responds to an earlier article on Building Information Modelling (BIM) by John Tobin (Proto-Building: To BIM is to Build), and echoes my own, often-repeated view (see post, for example) that it’s …

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Mar 27 2008

MBA teaching

My wife and I both went down with flu last week, spending most of the four-day UK Easter holiday weekend taking it in turns to be bed-ridden, and I only really returned to work properly a couple of days ago. No easy return, however, as I was already committed to delivering a couple of lectures …

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