In the first interview in our My Ciklopea Story series in 2019 our Project Management Team Lead Maja Peradin tells us about her career path and shares professional tips on high quality project management.
In our everyday work as Project Managers, we often tend to direct most of our attention to our end-product, i.e. a delivered translation. However, we should sometimes hit pause and consider how different clients influence our workflow and how we can adapt our processes accordingly.
Ciklopea offers you work on dynamic and interesting projects, continuous education, professional growth and development and regular payment.
We asked our project manager Nikola Đorđević to tell us more about website localization, the importance of client’s feedback and the tools he uses on a daily basis. He also gave us some information about his life, hobbies and interests outside the office space.
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Since a project manager is a member of the production team, the role of the PM is often too easily associated exclusively with the production part of the service, or “what we deliver”. However, a project manager is equally important in the “how we deliver” part of the operation, in building a positive experience for the customer who works with us.
The tasks of project managers in charge of localization projects include a wide range of activities, all of which have one ultimate goal – the timely, cost-effective, and high quality execution of a localization project.