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Jun 25, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-management training-others and a prototype

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

Examine the way others have approached similar projects. Though you may have a unique approach or idea, chances are something similar has been done before, be it within your company or outside. Look at what has been done in the past by your competition or your own company. Did the other projects you have seen fail or succeed? What made those projects successful? What made them not so? What would you have done differently? Are there any lessons you can take away from these previous attempts?
You should take what your competition has done or plans to do with a grain of salt. Use the information to help you with your project, not to create your project. You should not assume that other companies have all the right answers if you are new to a certain area.

考察其他类似项目采用过的方法。你的想法或做法或许是独一无二的,但是实际情况可能是类似的事情在公司内部或外部已经被采用过。 了解你的竞争对手或自己公司曾经做过什么。你所了解的其他类似项目是否成功?这些项目成功的要素?这些项目不成功的原因?如果采用其他的方法会怎样?从过去的做法中,你可以学到什么?

Create a prototype or conduct a pilot of your project. If it is possible, make a small scale project to do a test run and try it out. Then use the feedback to help make any final adjustments to your project. Once you have created a prototype of your product or tested your service on a small group of people, consider the outcome. Did it work or get the job done? What could be changed? Get feedback from the test group. Ask them what they liked and didn't like. Also ask them for suggestions on how to improve the project. You may want to give them a short survey to fill out or speak with them individually. Creating a prototype may seem costly at first, but if it helps you refine your ideas, it could save you money in the end.


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