Ensuring Sustainability of Knowledge
Contemporary companies and organizations have understood since long the value of close cooperation between them and academia. Technology today takes huge leaps forward for every year that passes by, and ways of working evolve dramatically in order to cope with technology. Companies are no longer able to keep up with this “insane” speed of technology and ways of working; they know more possibility to learn and adapt by themselves. The solution to this challenge is called “action research,” an effective and efficient way for companies to keep up with what’s new and necessary for them to succeed in today’s hard competition. This book presents prerequisites needed for both parties to succeed in this type of collaboration, while this chapter focuses on a checklist to be used once such a relationship has been established.
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