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Dan Dankert

BM10257: Don’t Lose Your Intelligence Through Knowledge Management

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to find the lost undocumented information at your company
  • Learn how to capture information that’s leaving the company with employees
  • Learn how to drive employees to this information with minimal work
  • Discover simple metrics on the success of the process

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Capturing what your employees know and then formatting and presenting it to the company has become a huge need as the amount and value of knowledge along with the efficiency of getting to it has become increasingly important. The amount of internal knowledge is growing exponentially just as many cornerstone employees are retiring, taking what they know with them. We will show you what you know, who knows it, how to gather it, and how to transfer that information effectively to others at your company. We have found that with the proper champion, the implementation of a solution is the simple part of the problem. Realizing there is the problem and getting business buy-in is the hard part!

Target Audience

Target Audience

This class will benefit Business Management that see technical skills leaving their company or trapped in employees

Speakers

Speakers

Dan Dankert

Dan Dankert is a CAD/Building Information Modeling (BIM)/virtual design and construction (VDC) manager at Mead & Hunt with over 20 years of experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction market. Dan is an alumnus of Milwaukee School of Engineering, and he has worked as draftsman, designer, engineer, IT director, and lastly CAD/BIM Manger. He is the knowledge manager for the technical engineering documentation site at Mead & Hunt, leading the company by example. Dan also leads special technical projects, from the use of mobile technologies through electronic communication and collaboration. Dan has spoken at local Knowledge Architecture and Autodesk, Inc., user groups in Wisconsin and California, and at Autodesk University. He has been a Revit Certified Professional for the past 5 years and an efficiency and standards evangelist, and he is most happy when helping employees understand their technology dependence.

Rebecca Shumate Yu

Rebecca Shumate took on her new role as a CAD manager at Mead & Hunt, Inc., 18 months ago. She previously spent a half dozen years there as a CAD coordinator in the water resources department mentoring new employees, creating standards, and doing CAD quality control before transferring to the big leagues. Now she spends her days training and supporting hundreds of users in a variety of departments and disciplines in dozens of offices across the country. She was a presenter at the Mead & Hunt Tech Expo in 2014 and is an Autodesk Certified Professional in AutoCAD Civil 3D software. Rebecca previously worked at Morton & Pitalo, Inc., for 3 years learning about site development, traffic plans, and storm-water pollution-prevention plan (SWPPP) requirements before the housing bubble burst. When she has time to escape from the world of CAD, you will probably find her traveling to a foreign country or decorating a cake.

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Published

  • 2015
  • BM10257
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Architects
  • AutoCAD

Industry

  • Cross-Industry

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
  • Business Management
  • CAD Management and IT