Re: Technical Writer metrics
I am interested to find out various ways a tech writer's workload
is measured and what metrics are used to allocate their resources.
At my biotech firm, I am the only writer working with about 20 various flavors of developers (programmers, database gurus, robotics, etc.).
Metrics: Is a document needed? Was it completed on time? Are there more documents needed? Then get back to work...
Washington State Coordinator, Tombstone Project
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