Plan 2023 with us!

Plan 2023 with us!

The weather is cooling off, the leaves are changing hue, and the end of the financial year is coming soon. This is a crucial moment for organisations to evaluate the previous 12 months and make plans for the coming year.

Keep reading this article and find out why your company’s planning is so important, how you can benefit from journalling, which organisational tools to try, and why you should account for your language service needs from the start.

Make an annual plan

The annual plan for your business lays out objectives and predictions for the coming year. It is a set of goals and benchmarks that a company will use to direct its activities.

This strategy helps investors and employees visualise their target and how to get there, which enables them to make the best decisions going forward.

Organisations can clearly define their goals and objectives thanks to annual planning, which makes it easier to ensure that everyone in the organisation is on the same page.

  • Keep track of your company’s progress

Without a plan, it can be difficult to determine whether you are moving forward and what changes need to be made. A yearly plan will give you the details you need to keep tabs on your development and make sure your company is headed in the right direction.

  • Have agency

Often, businesses have no plan in place. This leads to companies reacting to situations rather than anticipating and adequately solving them.

In addition, hold all employees accountable: if they know what is expected of them, they will follow your instructions successfully and achieve the desired goals.

  • Promote communication

Internal communication builds a rapport among employees and managers and encourages teamwork and cooperation.

Describe the main channels of communication and the procedures for information-sharing across departments and people in a solid annual plan. Make sure that everyone is “speaking the same language” and communication is effective.

The main purpose of this strategy is to improve organisational practices, eliminate silos, keep employees informed and reduce errors.

One of the ways you can successfully implement this strategy is by introducing new communication tools, such as employee apps that make everyone easily reachable. We have a few suggestions for you.

Some tools you can try

  • Bullet Journal

This one is for traditionalists – those who like to work with pen and paper. The Bullet Journal was created by Ryder Carroll, a digital product designer and author living in Brooklyn, New York. It is best described as a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system.

It has a really simple system consisting of several symbols and logs, and even though you can buy the official book on the website, you can make your very own using any notebook you have laying around by checking online tutorials.

  • Organisational tools

These tools may be more suitable for tech lovers. We are all human, and as such we need constant reminders of everything so as to keep track of our daily work.

Today’s organisational tools may come in handy. If you thrive while using clean user interfaces, need reminders of general deadlines and are looking for multiple ways to organise your tasks, then Trello, Todoist, and Notion may be ideal for you.

These three tools are management apps that track the journey of tasks as they move through different phases, allowing you to create, assign and complete projects.

They are wide-reaching and overlap in some features; in the end, however, the best project management tool for you depends on what you are trying to achieve, so check to see what works.

How Traductanet can help

As a qualified language service provider, we can play a critical role in your brand’s globalisation and localisation strategy due to our valuable expertise and our linguistic and cultural skills.

Since it can be very costly and time-consuming to develop the necessary expertise and methodologies to carry out these tasks by yourself or in-house, you may consider including our services in your annual budget.

You can count on Traductanet’s network of project managers and native-speaker human translators to meet all your language needs. With modern and reliable technology, we keep up with advances in our field and deliver translated texts with proven quality, all while leveraging the tools we have to give you the best price possible.

Our team specialises in translation, software and website localisation, transcreation, multilingual SEO, content creation and interpreting in the world’s most common languages, so get your free quote today and start communicating effectively!

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