I recently started working for a company that has about 15 people in the entire company and is a single discpline firm. The company I once worked for had about 140 people and was a multi-discipline firm.
The company I once worked for I help develop the standards for over 14 of the 15 years the company existed. The company I now work for has been around since the 1960s and has had several standards, the most recent edition has been around for about a year or two.
The company I once worked for had multiple CAD committees for each discpline and consisted of a variety of knowledge about AutoCAD. The company I now work for has two CAD techs and they don't really show any interest in 'developing' or 'reviewing' standards.
So, how do you learn, review, modify, implement, and enforce CAD standards and procedures in a small firm as compared to one that was much larger and more complex? Going from a large group of people who cared and had vested interest in how the standards and procedures were laid out to a group that doesn't really care until it effects them?
I know the answers to this will be various, but I'm more interested in all of those ideas and possibly helping others in my same situation (as well as myself) along the way.