Posts filed under: Documentation

Do you think documentation takes too much time? Failure to document takes more. You can make documentation easy with a simple system. ...
Are you organized for the start of the new school year? My MiddleWeb article provides 3 tips that will make every day easier....
Three simple tools can give you the control over your day for which you have longed and the peace of mind that nothing has been forgotten....
Do you have a system for documentation? While we are good at writing things down, most of us are terrible at finding what wrote. Learn a simple system that will allow you to become a documentation champion....
A service called TaskClone automates the process of transferring the to-dos in your notes to your to-do list. It also automates the process of adding dates embedded in those notes to your Google calendar, and it provides a link from...
In the last post, we examined the challenges involved with notes from meetings and phone calls. Follow-up is needed to ensure the to-dos and future appointments you trap in your notes are extracted and entered on your to-do list and...
Having an easy system to document the contents of phone calls, one-on-one conferences, and meetings is a crucial asset for any professional. Memories are fuzzy. What is written is permanent and as accurate years later as the day it was...
The subject for this article was shaped by two totally independent conversations, both held within one week. I had the pleasure of conducting a full-day workshop with a group of east Tennessee administrators. One of the principals had heard me...
We attend meeting and workshops where great ideas are exchanged. How do you trap those ideas and turn them into action? Having a system for follow-through makes all the difference....
In the previous two posts, I talked about note-taking and the role of pencil and paper versus a laptop or tablet. To better understand this post, take a moment to read “Puzzled About Where to Take Notes?” and “Puzzled About...