Managing Writers is a practical guide to managing documentation projects in the real world. It is informal, but concise, using examples from the author's experience working with and managing technical writers. It looks beyond big project, big team methodologies to the issues faced by smaller, less well-funded projects. Managing Writers is for technical writers, both freelancers and employees, documentation managers, and managers in other disciplines who are responsible for documentation; anyone who may need to manage, full or part-time, a documentation project. Inside the Book Leading People Leading Projects Leading Technology Glossary, Bibliography, and Indexsample? Writers often work to a style guide that constrains their writing. Therefore , I do not question particular stylistic choices, unless I ... When you interview anyone, ask for at least two professional references and one personal reference.
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