Graphic Recording Draws Adherents

“Initially, clients like the novelty of graphic recording, but once they actually experience it, they see the value of it,” says Charles Alday, president, Alday Consulting Services, a Kennesaw, Ga. — based performance consulting firm.

Graphic recording is the interpretation, through words and images, of the ideas expressed at a meeting. “You are literally trying to capture the big picture — so it helps to use big paper,” quips Martha McGinnis, president, Visual Logic Inc., Atlanta, a

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