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Introduction

04/11/2011

Working in the Knowledge Transfer arena since 1990 has been both exciting and varied for me. Lots of experiences later I can now see that what at first appeared to be a chaotic plethora of random successes and failures, actually represents predictable patterns of responses.

Understand the dynamics of the world of knowledge transfer and it’s possible to spot those successes and failures from the start. Top Tip: avoid activities doomed to fail!

Welcome to “Knowledge Transfer uncovered”…

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One Comment
  1. Hi Martyn

    Look forward to following your Blog. I occasionally blog on KT and other things at

    http://geoffarcher.wordpress.com

    Geoff

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