The expense of failed knowledge transfer

Microsoft’s Rod Caron has posted an interesting article on building online communities “to facilitate Knowledge Transfer”. It includes the great quotes: “shipping the knowledge is just as important as shipping the product”, “a product without knowledge is support waiting to happen” and “It’s very much a case of ‘pay now, or pay more later’ when it comes to product and technology knowledge transfer.”

Link to article “Community Facilitates Knowledge Transfer”

Link to article “Facilitate Knowledge Transfer in Online Communities”

As we posted earlier in the week, Cherryleaf is involved in setting up a European Community-funded project aimed at improving small and medium sized enterprise involvement in Life Science projects.

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