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Arthur Shelley on Why Knowledge initiatives fail

Arthur is leading us through a facilitated conversation around the complexity of getting a knowledge initiative aligned with strategy, understood by the stakeholders, actioning a project to make it happen, integrating the new concept into the organisation, embedding the knowledge into those that need to know it to get the desired outcomes and then demonstrating the benefits of the program (and proving your initiative is actually the generator of these benefits).


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