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Autodesk CAD Manager Center: How to Go From CAD Manager to CIO

Leslie Feldman
March 1, 2016

You know you want it. Or maybe you don’t. Know, that is. Either way, the point is, you ought to be aware, as a CAD manager, of the many career paths seductively curling their come-hither fingers for you. Like the sound of “CIO”? Cadalyst columnist Robert Green tells you how to go for it.

How to Advance from CAD Manager to CIO

Make no mistake: This is a big transition. But if you really like delving into software, IT, and corporate strategy—and believe you can develop your chops to succeed on a much-larger-than-CAD-alone stage—the role of CIO could be just the ticket. No surprise: Pay’s better, too.

Read How to Advance from CAD Manager to CIO.

This article was developed by the editors of Cadalyst—purveyor of information, advice, and tips for CAD managers and users—and is published in the Autodesk CAD Manager Center with permission of the publisher.

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From CAD manager to CIO. Autodesk CAD Manager Center. Article by Cadalyst columnist Robert Green.

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Leslie Feldman

Leslie is fanning the glowing embers of the AutoCAD Blog into a raging (yet carefully managed!) bonfire, bringing light and warmth to AutoCAD customers wherever they're huddled. He has been writing, editing, helping design, and managing the production of high-tech marketing communications—everything from party invitations, web banners, and tweets to annual reports, white papers, and animated videos—for longer than he cares to admit. So don't ask. Leslie is thrilled to be back in the Autodesk saddle after 14 years spent wandering the desolate, non-Autodesk high-tech landscape.