Too often it’s seen as only a technology role.
Architects, designers, and engineers who are good with software tend to gravitate to the role. Or, more likely, they’re given those responsibilities because they demonstrate a knack for the tools.
This was true in my case. I was always the guy who could figure things out and answer questions.
But it’s short sited to see the BIM manager only through the lens of technology.
The people and process parts are equally important.
So what are 5 superpowers BIM managers need to survive and thrive in this role?
Watch the video below to find out!
For more information about the 6-week BIM Manager Boot Camp, which starts on June 1st, click the link below.
Here are links to some of the resources and sites I mention during the session: