The course is given by an experienced translation manager and is also based on Lingvajet research, which was specifically performed to collect strong evidence of best practises in this sphere starting from small businesses and finishing with corporate giants like Chevron, Shell or Siemens.
Quite often project managers do not adapt management processes for a new company, and just apply the same style they had at their previous positions, which is not always suitable for a new position. The important things here are work flows which are specific for your corporate environment and they depend on many factors such as type of your team (permanent or rotating), type of business, translation volumes etc.
You will be surprised to see how many things should be taken into account to make your team not just strong and efficient, but also happy and satisfied with their work. The course will help you to minimise your translation and coordination scope of work.
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