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Jun 24, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-management training-consider consequences and impact

(Translated by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese translation or Chinese to English translation services- website localization)

Consider the consequences for both doing and not doing a specific project at this time. What are the consequences if you don't start the project at this time? Will the resources still be available if you wait? Is it likely that funding will still be available if you hold off?
Sometimes considering what will happen if you don't do something will give you a new perspective. For example, if you don't launch an advertising campaign this season, is your business likely to sacrifice visibility for the next six months? Also, consider the benefits for implementing the project. For example, if you go ahead with a certain project at this time, would it give the company an edge over the competition?


Consider the impact of a project on internal and external customers. Assuming that you are creating a product for or offering a service to a customer, you must consider how your project will affect them. If you are making something specifically for a client, you must consider what they have asked of you and determine if the project meets those needs. If you are providing a solution or service for your employer, you must consider how your chosen project will affect the company, your coworkers, and all parties that deal with you. Will your problem cause sacrifices or problems for your company?


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