Working as a Team Manager
Team Managers all pointed out major problems with the layout and the terminology of the source document, which was very technical. However, they seem to have enjoyed learning about this specific subject. Most of them preferred translation over team management.
% of Team Manager whose team was up their expectations – 91% % of Team Manager whose Project Manager was up their expectations – 91%
- Every Team Manager except one appeared to be satisfied with their team. This exception mentioned students from the 1st year of Master’s Degree.
- According to Team Managers, Project Managers were organized, comprehensive and proved to be good-listeners who succeeded in managing the whole project and finding solutions to the encountered problems.
% of satisfaction with the results of the terminology work – 73% % of Team Managers who considered the terminology work helpful for the translation – 100% % of Team Manager who negotiated with the Project Manager – 82% % of Team Manager satisfied with the negotiations – 91%
- With a few exceptions, most Team Managers got answers to their questions.
- However, some of them reported that the clients sometimes appeared insistent concerning the workload.
% of self-satisfaction with the quality of the work Team Managers produced – 78% % of satisfaction with the quality of the work their team produced – 76% On average, how satisfied were they with the relations with other members of the team? – 87% On average, how satisfied were they with the relations with the Project Manager? – 91% On average, how satisfied were they with the collaboration between their agency and the agency in the Partner University? – 80%
- Despite the fact that most Team Managers thought that the international collaboration went fine, some problems were reported.
- Communication was not always smooth because the time dedicated to Tradutech varied from an University to another. This therefore led to difficulties in agreeing on deadlines.