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Global Communication Maturity Model - Localization Maturity

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Localization Maturity is about matching your organization’s expectations on global communication outcomes with the right people, processes and technologies. As organizations grow and their localization (translation) needs grow, that organization will have to move through stages of maturity.

Our Global Communication Maturity Model™ 2.0 shows an enhanced view of the stages through which organizations will progress when implementing a global communications strategy. Each stage represents a point in time when an organization faces unique challenges that must be met and built upon in order to move forward on their global business path. Click on the Maturity Model to enlarge and ask yourself… where would you place your organization?

Various groups in your organization may have different goals but alignment of those goals is on the maturation model. All groups are working toward moving the organization further on the model – toward efficiency, cost savings, quality in communications, less risk exposure……a better handle on International.

Click on the image of our model below to print and ask your group where they feel your organization is RIGHT NOW in their current stage.

Be the one to bring in the map to start the discussion, to find a strategy, to move forward, to make decisions. Be the one who shows how to get a handle on International…

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Global Communication Maturity Model - Localization Maturity

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