atw: Re: Statistics to demonstrate value ...

> > It's actually not that difficult to demonstrate the
> value proposition of a good tech
> > writer / document designer / writer / whatever. 
> It's quite a concern that some people
> > in the tech writing profession struggle to put
> together a solid business case in
> > support of their own contribution to the success of an
> organisation.
> >

It is possibly even easier to demonstrate the value proposition of 
testers/quality assurance people and those poor souls are right there with good 
tech writers/trainers sharing the line to be the first to go out of the door 
(not to mention marketing and HR). Managers do not "reorganise" based on proved 
value-add, never had and (possibly) never will.

My 2 cents worth, from someone that, as a tech writer and trainer, was (one 
again) one of the first to go... with three more people one of them a tester.  

Ana


      
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