Giles Turnbull argues that you should, “Collect things that future-you will find useful.”
Part of me recoils at this idea. I am naturally a bit of a hoarder. But as such, I make it part of my routine to occasionally tidy things away into the bin.
But it will undoubtedly be important to keep some of this stuff.
All this is a long-winded way of saying: be an archivist. Capture the things your people are thinking about and talking about, as well as the things they’re doing and delivering. The two are intertwined. They shape one another.