Webinar: 5 Steps to Create a Software Globalization Culture
Bridging the Gap Between G11n Needs, Understanding, & Support to Foster a Forward-Thinking Globalization Culture Within Your Organization.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” so said Peter Drucker, the famous management consultant.
How do we create a culture within our organizations, where team members proactively think globally to develop products that are optimized for internationalization and localization? And how do we optimize for the unique needs of worldwide users and partners?
A Powerhouse of Industry Experience
In this webinar recording, we hear from a great lineup of speakers including Lingoport’s own Adam Asnes, CEO and Olivier Libouban, VP of Product Development along with special guests, Nicole Kittle, Localization Manager at Snap Inc. and Elizabeth Riley, Solutions Architect at Vistatec.
Nicole is an L10n industry leader with extensive cross-industry experience ranging from gaming to video streaming to social media, and beyond. She has a history of pushing the boundaries of localization strategy to enhance processes and deliver exceptional results. She currently leads localization at Snap Inc.
Elizabeth has worked in localization since 2003. She has held various positions with translation and localization service providers from roles in linguistic QA to L10n business development to her current role at Vistatec, focusing on solutions architecture.
In this webinar recording, Lingoport and Vistatec discuss the leading ways to successfully bridge gaps in understanding, and foster a globalization-minded culture within your company. Key topics include:
Thursday, December 5th
Duration: 45 minutes, including audience Q&A
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What You Will Learn
- How to effectively get the globalization message out
- Systems to to measure i18n
- How to improve L10n speed and collaboration
- How advocate for more budget with stakeholders
- Strategies to gain more localization support
Who Should Attend
- Localization Managers
- Localization Engineers
- Product Marketing Managers
- Product Development Managers
- Product Managers
- Program Managers