Let’s learn from Adrienne Bellehumeur how to make your documentation process fun and exciting.
In this episode, Adrienne shares with us that documentation is a collaborative exercise. She also shares with us some of her best practices for delivering “why?” for documenting.
She uses a documentation approach she developed called “Dynamic Documentation”.
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Adrienne Bellehumeur is the founder of Bellehumeur Co. and co-partner of Risk Oversight, based in Calgary, Alberta, the region’s leading firm in Internal Controls, Internal Audit, and compliance. In her 15 years of experience as an auditor, accountant, analyst, problem-solver, and independent consultant, she has developed a documentation approach she calls “Dynamic Documentation” through tackling business analyst assignments, SOX programs, audits and review engagements, information management projects, technical and proposal writing, communications and change management advising, and much more.
Dynamic Documentation has been a labor of love for her. It represents years of work with myriad professionals – accountants, lawyers, engineers, administrators, sales professionals, project managers, IT people, large companies, small business owners. It is the end-result of hundreds of client projects and (of course) many documents.
She readily admits that, early in her career, documentation did not come easily to her. She drowned under stacks of papers, emails, methodologies, systems, tasks, and jargon. She’d go to meetings but didn’t know what to do after them. She’d document for audits, reviews, and accounting assignments but she didn’t see the point of what she was doing.
Over the years, she have come to realize that it is not your technical skills or the latest buzzword, framework, or course that makes you effective in what you do. It is this underlying practice, hidden beneath the surface of other processes, tools, and methods. She have used Dynamic Documentation techniques to go from stumbling and bored in meetings to becoming an oracle of information. She went from not knowing how to contribute at all to driving clarity and momentum no matter the problem or context.
It is her sincere hope that she can help you and your organization solve a current or long-term issue and develop your Dynamic Documentation skills–and, in the process, improve your organization, your career, and help you fulfill your personal goals, too. She hopes to hear from you and to serve you and your team on your journey to a faster, smarter, and better business.
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