Finding the right project manager (PM) for your company (or a professional for any position you are attempting to fill, really) is often a mix between rocket science and taking a leap of faith.
Note: A positive correlation coefficient indicates a positive relationship between two variables, such that one variable goes up as the other one goes up as well, and vice versa. The closer the coefficient to 1 (positive) or -1 (negative), the stronger the association.
How others perceive the PM, for instance via referrals, is a strong measure of an individual’s success. Building a strong and supportive professional network has a significant impact on your current position and rate of advancement.
By looking at this data you can gain interesting insights into where the most successful PMs turn their attention.
Before the rise of Translation Management Systems (TMS), there were CAT tools. A CAT (Computer-Assisted or Computer-Aided Translation) tool is software that allows a user to work with bilingual text – the source and the target (translation).
Words matter. Ideas matter. They always have. But, in the current context of continued protests across the US in support of the Black Lives Matter movement against ongoing racial discrimination and police brutality, companies are finally listening en masse and are beginning to take genuine action.
Project Underwear is a reference study of the buying behavior of users online and how language affects their choices. It is the culmination of 8 months of intensive research executed across 74 countries, working with 41 local researchers in 66 languages. Ever wanted to know whether you can get by with your product remaining in English only? The short answer is NO, you will not. 9 international users out of 10 will ignore your product if it is not in their native language. For the long answer, read Nimdzi’s Project Underwear.