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I've been asked to take minutes before as well and I can't say that I enjoyed very much. If it were my specifically assigned task for every meeting, I might raise a stink. On the other hand, I've learned so much from these meetings (meeting I don't normally get to attend) that I find it very beneficial. Not only do I learn about the products, but I get a good impression about future enhancements and the direction the company is headed. It kinda makes me feel better about doing my job and I feel advantaged having access to information my other coworkers might not have.
>>> "Carol Anne T. Wall" <mmpc0014 -at- pclink -dot- com> 03/08/01 10:02AM >>>
We've just be instructed by management that we are to take minutes at the
meetings at the meetings we attend.
IPCC 01, the IEEE International Professional Communication Conference,
October 24-27, 2001 at historic La Fonda in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
CALL FOR PAPERS OPEN UNTIL MARCH 15. http://ieeepcs.org/2001/
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