first let me say that i know this is not the ideal way to approach revit....but
i have a superior that i have to coordinate with who is comfortable working in autocad and is not going to take on a learning curve for revit anytime soon. in fact they haven't even moved to the ribbon in autocad. so i'm exporting from revit and he is exporting from autocad and we are duplicating a ton of work. to make things more complex we are using our custom layer structure so i get complaints when revit exports to the standard layer structure and it's not very user friendly on their end.
so i'm asking if anyone is in a similar situation and, if so, what worked for you. opinions on how to change the minds of my superiors are welcome but keep in mind i've been trying to accomplish that for a while and my feeling is that is not going to happen anytime soon. i'm more interested in any strategies people have developed for working with the slow to change crowd.