James Mullan Why Note-Taking is an Undervalued Skill
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By James Mullan

Abstract

One of the very first things I learnt as information professional is the value that making notes during a meeting or conversation can have. As technology has developed, more individuals are using different tools to create notes, however the value of these aide memoires has become even more significant. In this article I'll look at some of the reasons why it's important to make notes and the value they can bring, not just to you, but to the wider organisation.

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