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April 2018 Best Practices Newsletter
|6 Tips for Repairing Critical Cross-Functional Misalignments||Heather Eisenbraun & Sarah Mendez, National Instruments|
|Learn As if You Want to Live Forever||Dawn Stevens, CIDM|
|Mean Bean—Semantic Metadata with iiRDS |
|Mark Schubert, parson AG|
|Pursuing Strategies and Delegating Tactics||Sarah Leritz-Higgins, Mentor Graphics Corporation|
|Getting to Yes, And: The Art of Business Improv— |
|Anthony Apodaca, Xeditor|
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|Welcome New CIDM Member—OSIsoft |
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