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Query Sheet Management for Project Managers and Translators

May 11

Learn how to communicate efficiently as a team with query sheet management!

A successful translation project often begins with good communication between the client, project manager, and translators. One method of keeping everyone on the same page is the use of a query sheet. These sheets are especially important in large, complex projects where there needs to be a central location for all questions and comments.

But what are the best practices for managing and working with these sheets? How can you ensure the system successfully promotes collaboration and communication during the project?

Join us for another Back to Business Basics webinar with tips to try and pitfalls to avoid when centralizing communication through a query sheet!

You will learn how to:

  • Use query sheets to help centralize questions during a project
  • Incorporate best practices for structuring the sheet
  • Practice the “dos and don’ts” to achieve the communication you need
  • Follow simple tips to promote successful communication

About the Presenter

Marina Ilari, CT is an ATA certified English>Spanish translator with over 16 years of experience in the translation industry. She has worked as a translator, editor, and quality assurance specialist for many companies around the world with a special focus on creative translations and video game localization. She is the chief executive officer of Terra Translations and co-host of En Pantuflas, a podcast about translation.

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Date:
May 11
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Presenter(s): Marina Ilari
Duration: 45 minutes
Presenting Language(s): English
Level: All
ATA CEPs: 0.0

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