September 2014 | By Oliver Friese 

Preparing yourself for your first business trip to China

Your ticket has been booked and you are ready for your first journey to the Far East. Here are some tips that will help you avoid major pitfalls and get the most from your Chinese adventure.read more...

August 2014 | By Leah Guren 

Six ways to improve your TC career

Feeling as if you’ve reached a deadlock in your career? Don’t leave your future to its fate – it is all in your hands! Here are some tips that will give your career a boost and a surge of new energy.read more...

April 2014 | By Edwin Skau 

Back to the future: Five future-proof skills for technical communicators

For a little over a decade, we’ve been hearing people talk about the future of technical communication. We’ve seen new technology change the way we interact with and use technology. What was once cutting-edge has now become commonplace. Companies are getting more and more addicted to innovation, and professional growth is increasingly linked to new and compelling initiatives. There is a...read more...

January 2014

A recipe against stress

Knowing what drives you and keeps you going makes the work life easier: Tasks take less effort and it is easier to deal with colleagues. And, time just flies. Experts call this state “flow”. How can we achieve it?read more...

December 2013 | By Latifah Elisa Kusrini 

Indonesia – an emerging market

With a population of 240 million and a growing young and curious middle-class, Indonesia represents a huge market for international companies and the localization industry. read more...

October 2013 | By Shirley Yeng 

What constitutes a healthy localization department?

Just like a physically-fit person, a department or organization functions best when it is healthy from within: Happy and confident staff with a strong sense of belonging and unity form the strong core of any successful project team. So how can we boost the health of our localization departments?read more...

August 2013 | By Heidi Wahl 

Say more than just “no”

When a person is continuously subjected to stress in his professional life, he risks serious physical strains. However, the circle can be broken. There is help, from the GAD model for example, that begins with a clear ‘No’. read more...