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<Santa CAD> wrote in message
Your point is valid too, but I think the single
universal everyone needs is the people skills
first and foremost in order to get anything accomplished either from those
below or those above.
Simply put, technical skills are not
sufficient for any position in our firm.
size=4>We are willing to pay for training to get you the skills you need to
get to the level we need, but if you have the personality of a doorknob, go
look somewhere else.
IMO people skills is the one category all
training schools neglect.
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"Ric Hammond" <The size of a company also
size=4>email@example.com> wrote in
matters. A better question is what are the most
important duties of
a CAD manager in a xxx person firm?
All of the duties in the previous posts are
valid. I think the proportion
of skills and duties need will vary
with company size and culture.
"Bob Mee" <bobmeeAtyahoo.com>
wrote in message
Is it hard to comprehend that company's do things
Don't answer that.
user" wrote in message
The IT department should handle the hardware
and software budget. The
office manager/branch manager should work
with the IT staff about possible
growth. Why would you give a person
the title CAD manager if that person
was managing the entire office?
Makes no sense.
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