Understanding multiuser workflow is essential to completing your pilot project in Revit. There's plenty of work to go around between the design, development, and eventual documentation of a building project.
If you've never used Revit before, what you're probably used to is CAD. Multiuser workflow in CAD is a very different animal, so you may need to suspend your expectations of what it'll be like in Revit.
Whereas CAD projects are typically divided along the lines about what needs to be drawn (plan, section, elevation at various levels of detail), Revit envelops you in the entire process. 2D, 3D, schedules, and so on are in a single database waiting for the input and direction of your team.
The great thing is that this ...