Discussion for ProZ.com 2016 virtual conference for International Translation Day session (2016): Keeping customers happy - Happy customers? Why should I care, and what’s in it for me?

Arkadiusz Jasiński  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 17:34
Member (2016)
German to Polish
— "pick any TWO" principle — Sep 30, 2016

The "pick any TWO" principle captures sooo well the relationship between client's needs and the realistic limitations of any service:
Fast and cheap ≠ good.
Fast and good ≠ cheap.
Cheap and good ≠ fast.

This has been a very informative presentation, thank you!


 


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