firstname.lastname@example.org 0 Posted December 1, 2011 Share Posted December 1, 2011 I work at a private foundation with two mission areas: social justice and conservation. There are many resources (polling data, articles, published studies, reports, etc.) on topics we care about. This is information that can be helpful to staff.I have created notebooks for each mission area and one for general philanthropy topics. I developed a taxonomy to use for tags. All resources (i.e., notes) are tagged with multiple categories in the taxonomy.I then created a catalogue of these notes by copying note titles for each tag category and converting the resulting links to text (in Mac version: Command+Shift and K does this). The catalogue is in a note and in a Word table with 2 columns. Notes are listed by tag. In the first column is the note title and in the second column is a list of all the tags used for that note.This was a time-consuming exercise, so if anyone has a better idea for knowledge management of this type, I'd love to hear it. Link to comment
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