Management is always about technology and people, and translation project management is no exception.
People can do a limited amount of work, as we all have only 24 hours a day. And if you want to get more work done, there are 2 ways: delegation and automation. This means that you either get other people or machines to do the job. And these 2 approaches need to be balanced, as they are interdependent since machines need people who are competent enough to operate them.
In modern society, it seems that almost any employable person can be a manager. As new jobs occur and already existing markets develop, the concept of “manager” becomes more and more broad¬—to the point that nowadays it’s not always clear what duties should be assigned to all the various kinds of managers that exist: finance managers, sales managers, purchases managers, and so on.Read more
As is the case in any company, the operation of a translation agency involves a whole bunch of routine processes that need to be properly organized in order to ensure coordination between employees and the company’s development.Read more
In countless photos on social networks, the perfect picture of a freelancer usually looks like this: a beach, the sea, a yacht, and a small laptop sitting on tanned legs, next to an extravagant looking cocktail, replete with straw and umbrella. You look at this picture and imagine all the adorable and alluring prospects: you complete the entire job, which would normally take you the whole day spent in a stuffy office, in a few hours, and then go swimming!Read more
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