Infographics: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Technical Communications Leaders

Aug 3, 2016   //   by Barry Saiff   //   Blog, Concepts and Definitions, Evaluating Technical Writers, Managing Technical Writers  //  No Comments

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“Barry [Saiff] has extensive experience both as a manager of technical writers and as a writer. As a manager, he is fair, encourages innovation, and is open to divergent points of view. As a writer, he can grasp very complex concepts and explain those concepts to end user through administrator audiences. Additionally, he has expert knowledge of all components of the documentation process, including corporate style guides, editing, writing, working with localization, and production. Barry is very much a people person and wherever he goes, he cultivates a large network of friendly yet professional relationships. He’s worked successfully with both on-site subject matter experts as well as those across the world. During my time working with Barry, he’s run a number of successful efforts to improve the usability of documentation. In one such case, he recruited a cross-functional team to overhaul the documentation based on the recommendations of this user-facing group of subject matter experts.”

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Principal Technical Writer, Symantec
December 16, 2010

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