How to transfer knowledge — keep it actionable

Information is lost by not acknowledging it is lost

Solutions are varied.

Actionable information

  1. Why is it important? And how important it is (presumably)?
  2. What can be done with this information?

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Radical existentialist with a humanistic vibe. Researcher of service development in organizations. Interested in customer value. Tweets @aarneleinonen

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Aarne Leinonen

Aarne Leinonen

Radical existentialist with a humanistic vibe. Researcher of service development in organizations. Interested in customer value. Tweets @aarneleinonen

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