Your documentation projects need to be successful. Success doesn't happen accidentally, it happens from planning and managing your projects. And in the 21st Century, the ways to plan and manage projects is changing. We have to change, too.
So, what do we need to think about? Agile? Waterfall? User-generated content? Wikis? How can we update the way we've historically managed our projects to help us in this new century? How do we manage user content projects when the definition of "user content" is changing under our feet?
This talk discusses some answers to these and other challenges.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Sharon Burton is a nationally recognized expert, public speaker, and instructor in the field of business and technical
communication. With 20 years of experience in the field, she has consulted with companies large and small, such as Pitney Bowes, Royal, Opentext, and Molina HealthCare to improve their product documentation and documentation workflow.
Sharon has received numerous honors for her work, including the distinction of Associate Fellow by the Society for Technical Communication. She was recently identified as the thirteenth most influential person in the world on the topics of technical communication and content strategy by MindTouch, Inc.
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