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Jun 25, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-management training-opposition and Verify

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

Consider any strong opposition to your team's idea. If someone in your company thinks that the idea is not worth pursuing, find out why. Because you are so close to the project, you may be prone to feel that the team's ideas are good ones, while an outside opinion might put the project in a different perspective. If you feel that the opposition is not justified, maybe the person does not understand that creativity involves risks. Consider whether you agree with the opposition and whether you should go ahead with the idea.


Verify there is a client or customer for your idea. Is there a specific client you are creating your product or service for? If there is no specific client, do you have a target audience that you strongly believe, based on market research, will buy your product or service? If you are working for a client and they do not want to pursue the idea, then you must abandon it, but do not discard the good ideas your team has come up with. Reviewing your existing research findings and continuing to stay on top of new developments and market changes should give you an indication of how successful your product or service will be. If no one wants or needs your team's idea, even if you think it is a good idea, you should abandon it.


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