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Managing Your Documentation Projects (Anglais) Broché – 6 mai 1994

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Practical, authoritative, and the first comprehensive guide to managing every phase of your publication project. The only book devoted exclusively to technical publication project management, Managing Your Documentation Projects arms you with proven strategies and techniques for producing high–quality, extremely usable documentation, while cutting cost and time–to–market. Dr. JoAnn T. Hackos, a top documentation design and project management consultant to major corporations, including IBM and Hewlett–Packard, shares with you the fruit of her more than 15 years of experience in the field. She gives you:
∗ Clear–cut, rational guidelines to managing every phase of the project from planning and development, through production, distribution, and project evaluation
∗ Scores of usable templates, checklists, summaries, and forms
∗ Dozens of real–life case studies and scenarios taken from the author′s extensive experience at top corporations
∗ Techniques applicable to virtually all fields of documentation
Managing Your Documentation Projects was designed to function as a comprehensive guide for new managers and a daily tool of survival for veterans. It is also an invaluable resource for technical writers, editors, graphic designers, consultants, and anyone called upon to produce high–quality technical documentation on time and within budget. JOANN T. HACKOS, PhD, is President of Comtech Services, Inc., an information/design firm in Denver, Colorado and San Jose, California. She is also president of JoAnn Hackos & Associates, Inc., a strategic planning and management consulting firm. In 1993, she served as president of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and is a frequent conference keynote speaker on such topics as quality and usability of products and services, the importance of meeting the needs of the customer, and project management.

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Practical, authoritative, and the first comprehensive guide to managing every phase of your publication project The only book devoted exclusively to technical publication project management, Managing Your Documentation Projects arms you with proven strategies and techniques for producing high–quality, extremely usable documentation, while cutting cost and time–to–market. Dr. JoAnn T. Hackos, a top documentation design and project management consultant to major corporations, including IBM and Hewlett–Packard, shares with you the fruit of her more than 15 years of experience in the field. She gives you:
  • Clear–cut, rational guidelines to managing every phase of the project from planning and development, through production, distribution, and project evaluation
  • Scores of usable templates, checklists, summaries, and forms
  • Dozens of real–life case studies and scenarios taken from the author’s extensive experience at top corporations
  • Techniques applicable to virtually all fields of documentation
Managing Your Documentation Projects was designed to function as a comprehensive guide for new managers and a daily tool of survival for veterans. It is also an invaluable resource for technical writers, editors, graphic designers, consultants, and anyone called upon to produce high–quality technical documentation on time and within budget. JOANN T. HACKOS, PhD, is President of Comtech Services, Inc., an information/design firm in Denver, Colorado and San Jose, California. She is also president of JoAnn Hackos & Associates, Inc., a strategic planning and management consulting firm. In 1993, she served as president of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and is a frequent conference keynote speaker on such topics as quality and usability of products and services, the importance of meeting the needs of the customer, and project management.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not everyone understands that technical communication is a profession and that writing good technical instructions is something 5 janvier 2015
Par Lila - Publié sur Amazon.com
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JoAnn's book is a classic resource for professional technical writers. Not everyone understands that technical communication is a profession and that writing good technical instructions is something that takes a combination of talent, training, skill, planning and time. More managers need to refer to JoAnn's work in order to understand the continued need for professionally produced technical documentation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the bible of the tech writer industry 18 mars 2014
Par Gary S Callison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm pretty sure I've just bought my fourth copy of this. Someone asks me for a good reference on tech writing, I give them this, and I never see it again. It's worth it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 19 juillet 2016
Par CT - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great reference for Technical Communicators.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book for organizing an office 21 février 2012
Par Rob - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a must-have for an office where the people want to get organized. A highly-respected former professor recommended that I purchase this as a first step in getting control of a downwardly spiraling admin office. It's simple to read and very logical. I highly recommend this book. The cost is nothing for what is received in return from reading it.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 This would have been an excellent 200-page book! 14 mars 2005
Par Falcon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Joann T. Hackos's book offers some interesting concepts, such as information plan, project plan, and content specifications, to name a few. Her concepts are well hidden under mountains of text that the unfortunate reader has a difficult time finding or understanding her intentions. Her book is information technology-centered, and technical communication has so much to offer other industries, such as oil and gas, healthcare, and financial, regarding project and documentation management. This book is not a good choice for college-level courses.
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