Localization PDP

This page contains the different roles within the Localization Project Manager path. Choose the relevant role you want to learn about.

You can also enter the “Professional Path” to access the relevant skills and resources (coming soon).

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Localization Project Manager
Experienced Localization Project Manager
Senior Localization Project Manager
IC Path
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Independence
Ownership
Business impact
Communication and collaboration
Execution skills
Leadership and ownership

Localization Project Manager

Professional Path
Independence

Understand project plans, goals, workflows, and expected results.

Behaviors

  • Curious about industry trends and news and showing signs of motivation for self-improvement
  • Has multiple areas of responsibilities outside area of expertise
  • Becoming an expert and constantly improving in their focus area
  • Fully understands and implements monday language, positioning and values
Ownership

Being part of the localization team, focused on one language and entry-level localization projects. 

Behaviors

  • Working under close guidance from localization manager
  • Can own small and medium-size projects from start to finish, while knowing when and how to raise flags
  • Takes part in core, large-scale, complex projects such as new feature localization, marketing assets localization, local market research & content strategy
Business impact

Provides needed service and attention to internal stakeholders localization needs.

Behaviors

  • Understand reports, data KPI, what makes the needle move
  • Knowledge of company business units tasks and mission
  • Awareness to deadlines and working beat while assuring to deliver accordingly
Communication and collaboration

Receives and understands feedback well. Can articulate needs and challenges in an actionable manner. Can get the localization message across in a clear and professional way.

Behaviors

  • Identifies problematic tasks, raises flags in advance and gets the help they need to do their work
  • Able to push back and challenge ideas and concepts in a positive way to maximize impact of content projects
  • Engaging communication with all stakeholders and can collaborate with everyone
Execution skills

Aware of project timeline and scope and what it takes in order to accomplish the project goals.

Leadership and ownership

Attendance in all relevant projects meetings.

Behaviors

  • Can handle issues within the domain of ownership while providing needed service to stakeholders

Experienced Localization Project Manager

Professional Path
Independence

Managing self-progress and time/tasks.

Behaviors

  • Able to identify new business opportunities and to come up with an action plan
  • Have the ability to raise a flag when in need of added guidance
  • Can own complex, large projects from start-to-finish
Ownership

Being part of the localization team, focused on one or more languages and advanced localization + expansion projects.

Behaviors

  • Working under gentle guidance from the Localization Manager
  • Owns large-scale projects with minimal intervention/assistance necessary
Business impact

Understanding the impact of our various localization actions on those said reports, KPI’s, etc, and drive the actions needed in order to optimize these results.

Behaviors

  • Plug and play, master of their domain, and a professional go-to for all kinds of projects
  • Owns large-scale projects with minimal intervention/assistance necessary
Communication and collaboration

Maintaining and optimizing existing relationships. People want to work with them, want their advice, and want to use their work as examples.

Behaviors

  • Is a calming presence in complex situations
  • Challenges ideas when necessary and focuses on value
  • Mentors other team members and may onboard them to the team
Execution skills

Ability to lead larger-scale projects after the opportunity was recognized. 

Behaviors

  • Gathers the relevant resources, set goals, execution guidelines, and timeframes
Leadership and ownership

Maintaining existing relationships and fostering new ones in light of new projects.

Behaviors

  • Can sort out complex issues within the domain of ownership
  • Positive professional impact on team members

Senior Localization Project Manager

Professional Path
Independence

Obtain and allocate the right resources to pursue these opportunities by influencing and communicating the value of localization.

Ownership

Responsible and accountable for quality, strategy, and execution on their team.

Behaviors

  • Knows or can learn everything within the domain independently
  • Brings ideas to life
  • Protector of quality, language, and values within the team
  • Brings solutions that fits monday‚Äôs value and product
  • Interviews, hires, and trains new team member
Business impact

Leveraging insight and data to shift focus and initiate actions to effect positive business impact.

Behaviors

  • Escalating issues and evaluating needed support
  • Takes part in strategic roadmap planning
  • Able to make short-term decisions based on company business strategy
  • Owns any and all projects from A-Z, with excellent execution
Communication and collaboration

Able to advise and lead collaborative efforts and projects, including cross-company initiatives.

Behaviors

  • Trusted advisor throughout the company both within and outside area of focus
  • Leads core meetings, sets the agenda, and executes on next steps completely independently
  • Superb presentation skills
Execution skills

Manages localization projects from beginning to end while taking full ownership.

Behaviors

  • Working closely with language specialists, product managers and developers, internal business partners and external vendors and other departments
Leadership and ownership

Ability to influence the priorities of other departments.

Behaviors

  • Significantly improves performance of the team or of a team member

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