Join Brian Myers for an in-depth discussion in this video Social media, part of BIM Management: Careers.
- [Instructor] There are some people…that just hate social media…and because they just dislike social media so much,…they don't realize what the value…of social media is on a professional level.…There're still other people…that know, on a very personal level,…what social media can do for them,…but don't realize that there are…so many different industry aspects…associated with social media networks.…Personally, I'm in a couple of different groups on Facebook…which are related to BIM, CAD and architectural practice.…
And that's what they post in those areas…is just on those topics alone.…On Twitter, I follow several hundred people…that, for the most part, all they do…is post on industry-specific news and information.…I don't follow anybody that posts…about what they ate for breakfast that day…or what vacations they went to.…No, on Twitter, I follow people within our industry…that update their entire contact base…on a regular basis on the links,…the technologies, those sorts of things that they found.…
And I find them on Twitter.…
- 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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