Wednesday 5 February 2014

Minn - U... a mini AU?

I have been accepted to speak at Minn - U coming up this March. 
Minn - U kind of sound to me like a mini Autodesk University which they hold every year in Las Vegas.

"Minnesota University is a Midwest Professional Development conference for Autodesk Users seeking opportunities to learn, connect and explore the industry they influence. Explore the latest Autodesk software, network with peers, and learn from industry experts."

I have two sessions both on the first day:

Being the Best BIM Manager
An interactive lecture on the role and responsibilities of the BIM manager those you expect and a few that you don’t! We’ll look at ways to become the best BIM manager.
During this session we will look at ways you can become an outstanding BIM manager. We will examine the roles and responsibilities of the position, and outline tips and tricks for managing BIM models and the people who create them. We will describe how the role of a BIM manager can positively affect the operation of your firm.

How BIM changed our Flow of Operations
A case study on how the implementation of BIM software changed CEI Architectures flow of operations.This case study looks at how the implementation of BIM software affected the traditional day-to-day operations of an architectural firm. How BIM affected the flow of operations, the findings of an in-depth evaluation of our current processes and the subsequent results.

Go to the web site to check out the other great speakers and the agenda for the event.
Speakers include.
Lynn Allen
Paul Aubin
James Wedding
Dan Stine...
To name but a few!

Hope to see you there.
Minnesota University
March 20th to 21st
Minneapolis Convention Center


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