Glass Expo Midwest Seminars to Focus on a Range
of Industry Topics
February 23, 2010
A top-notch seminar line-up is being offered as part of Glass Expo
Midwest 2010, which will take place March 16-17 at the Renaissance
Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center in suburban Chicago. In
addition to sessions geared specifically for the architectural glass
industry, the event this year will also include a special session
open to both architectural and automotive attendees.
Taking place Tuesday, March 16, Marilyn Moats Kennedy of Career
Strategies and author of Office Politics: Seizing Power/Wielding
Clout, will present to all attendees her session titled "Learn
How to Manage All Ages - From Youth to Golden Agers." The presentation
will take place from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. and will educate attendees
regarding the five age groups in the workplace, their traditional
values and their differing views on the role of managers, employer/employee
loyalty, etc. Attendees will learn ways of communicating that deliver
the same message in ways that each group understands and responds
In addition, as part of the architectural track attendees will have
the opportunity to learn more about building information modeling
(BIM), during a session that will take place from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
on March 17.
In recent years, BIM has become a continuing trend for the contract
glazing industry, as more and more architects are using 3D modeling
software to allow planners, designers, manufacturers, contractors,
glazing subcontractors and owners to work from the same object-related
database. This session will focus on where BIM is headed and exactly
what it means for the glass industry.
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