This guidance recommends using Visual Record-Keeping for meetings that require collaboration and discussion about future plans and discussions (versus historical discussions like status reporting).
Meetings aren't inherently bad. But a lot of meetings ARE bad. And if they are, and there are a LOT of meetings, life sucks. It's not the meeting itself, though, it's us. Most of us need to learn better behaviors for different types of meetings. One of the most powerful tools we know of and use is Visual Record-Keeping. Thanks to technology today, it's even easier than it used to be 50 years ago.
An example: can it really be this easy? Yes.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How can I make meetings more collaborative?
- Why does everyone taking notes on their laptops mess up meetings?
- How can I improve our note taking and increase contributions?
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