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How Manufacturing is Evolving

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When it comes to manufacturing technology, we’ve already run the gamut from the Flintstones of the stone age to the Jetsons of the space age. Sci-fi inventions that seemed quirky in the Jetsons shows of the 1960s are now reality: robot maids, push-button appliances, holograms, digital diaries, work computers with …

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10 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You about Collaboration

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col·lab·o·ra·tion/kə,labə’rāSH(ə)nNoun: the action of working with someone to produce or create something.”She wrote a book on holiday recipes in collaboration with her aunt Betty.”Synonyms: alliance, association, combination, cooperation, partnership. Collaboration empowers teams, individuals, clients and partners to share, communicate and cooperate with minimal delays and challenges, allowing all stakeholders to perform …

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6 Ways I’ve Got Your Back in Worksharing – How to Keep Your Job Using Revit

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This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series How to Keep Your Job Using Revit Series

The point of worksharing is to improve the quality of a project’s design and construction. If it doesn’t feel like that sometimes, following are a few Applied Software expert recommendations for enhancing your worksharing productivity. Ownership: Revit will ask you if you want to save objects you work on, then …

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How to Keep Your Job Using Revit – Less is More

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This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series How to Keep Your Job Using Revit Series

If you’re an architect, you’re probably familiar with the phrase introduced by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe over 70 years ago, “Less is more.” Ludwig wasn’t talking about Revit, but his advice is nonetheless relevant to today’s Revit users. Enhance your productivity using Revit by managing file sizes and views. …