Managing projects efficiently is essential to maximizing business. Using visual representation to track workflow is a great technique for doing just that.
Attend this ATA webinar to learn three visual strategies to help organize time and workflow: timelines, Gantt charts, and the time-management matrix. Presenter Carina Balbo will explain each strategy in turn, show how it works, and discuss some of the tools and software—both free and paid—to use in the process.
The webinar will close with a project management demonstration using two of the free tools Carina currently works with in her own project management.
What Will You Learn?
- How to organize tasks visually.
- How to keep track of project workflow.
- How to create a TM matrix, timeline, or Gantt chart.
- Understanding what tools are available in the market.
- How to use Asana and Dropbox to manage projects.
This webinar was organized with the assistance of ATA’s Translation Company Division.
About the Presenter
Carina Balbo is a translator, author, and teacher with 25 years of experience in the industry. She earned degrees in translation studies and teaching English as a foreign language from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. After moving to the U.K. in 2002, she completed a master’s in applied linguistics and teaching English as a second language at the University of Leicester.
Carina became a certified localization professional through the Institute of Localization Professionals in 2010, was awarded a master’s in management by the London Metropolitan University in 2012, and became a Chartered Linguist (Translator) (Education) in 2015.
Carina is co-founder and managing director of My Language Hub, a language company in Hertfordshire, England, offering translation services. foreign language training, and prep courses for national and English as a second language exams.
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