Join Brian Myers for an in-depth discussion in this video Books, part of BIM Management: Careers.
- [Instructor] One of my favorite resources would be books.…Now, this may surprise some people,…considering how much information…is readily available on the internet today.…But some of the books that I like to read about…are on the history of our profession,…the different processes that are being used…by different people in different related industries,…theory behind process management,…different uses of technology, books on business management,…books on project management.…
Of course, books on employee management, because so much…of BIM is about dealing with people.…Even self-help books are good, because they tell you…a little bit more about yourself and will help you…as you're trying to develop the skills…to be a better person in the field of BIM.…And then, finally, down at the very bottom,…there's where I start to read the books about technology.…Now every once in a while, I will read a good BIM book,…but I actually tend to read most of my information online,…whether it's on online forums or in various articles…
- Where do BIM managers come from?
- Certificate programs and industry degrees
- Coming from a nontraditional educational background
- Establishing a career plan
- Organizational roles, including CAD, BIM, and VDC manager positions
- Understanding where you fit in an organization
- Leveraging resources and support systems
- Resume tips
- Cultivating your online presence
Skill Level Beginner
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3. Organizational Roles
4. Office Environment
5. Required Skills
6. Resources and Support Systems
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