Re: Documentation Manager: does it always include managing a team?
If this has already been discussed, please forgive. I searched the archive
for "job title", and got over 3,000 hits! The first few pages did not
cover this particular title, so here is the question:
By definition, does the position of Documentation Manager always include
the management of writers who work under the Documentation Manager?
Or, is a Documentation Manager also someone who is responsible for all a
company's documentation, yet does not have a staff of writers to manage?
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