i've been included in a meeting of our company's top-level management held twice a week.
well, our admin had this service of an American business consultancy firm aiming for a better word-class service.
it has been going for quite a few months now, and only recently that i've been tasked to take the minutes of the meeting.
if you think taking notes in a business meeting is just so easy, it isn't always so.
you, of course, have to initially understand what is the meeting all about and its objectives.
and since only lately that i joined them, i am of course interested in understanding the core than just merely taking and writing down the throwing of words.
i am pretty sure secretaries out there can relate to my situation.
i wish we're using a
however, minutes recorder should still be supported by papers.
and even in courts, human notes is still the primordial basis that is legally accepted.
i asked my boss if there was nobody taking minutes during their previous meetings.
good thing he didn't get me wrong with my question.
well, he just told me that he's the one who recommended me for the job because he believes that i am the best point person for it since i am well verse in
February 11, 2012 residence