“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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