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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Seth's Blog: You don't need more time

Well, it just doesn't get any simpler than this. How is it architects have to make thousands of decisions every day and on every job, but they can't decide to get the technology that would make that job so much easier. What is it about Revit that really scares them so much? You Reviteers out there, what made you decide to start using Revit. Come on...I want answers. The public deserves to know. Please comment on this post and let others know what your decision was to start using Revit.

If you started using it because of something you read on Revit3D.com, then you definitely need to let me know.

S0, make the decision or face the derision.

Source: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2011/02/you-dont-need-more-time.html

You don't need more time

...you just need to decide.

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Original: Seth's Blog: You don't need more time

de·ri·sion (d-rzhn)
a. Contemptuous or jeering laughter; ridicule.
b. A state of being derided: The proposal was held in derision by members of the board.
2. An object of ridicule; a laughingstock.

[Middle English derisioun, from Anglo-Norman, from Late Latin drsi, drsin-, from Latin drsus, past participle of drdre, to deride; see deride.]

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

derision [dɪˈrɪʒən]
1. the act of deriding; mockery; scorn
2. an object of mockery or scorn
[from Late Latin dērīsiō, from Latin dērīsus; see deride]


Joseph Joseph February 10, 2011 at 12:42 AM  

Good! very good Greg.
Well, I have worked on both sides of this. A Top to Bottom and a Bottom to Top mature firm.... Thank God I am now with a Top To Bottom BIM Mature organization and executive team.

If you read Seth's book Tribes, you will learn that it is not easy to create a BIM Tribe to follow you. A lot of education needs to take place to purge the fear of the unknown among AEC folks.

The issue I am having the most difficulty with is the "ROI" that everyone is still talking about. It is simple, you adopt BIM you have a chance to in competing and winning more work. You don't adopt BIM: Trust me, you will be shutdown or do little insignificant work.

Never, Never, NEVER Quit!
BIM all the way.

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