Talk:Knowledge transfer

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Greetings! This article has some good text and lots of potential. Inline citations might be nice, as well as some general cleanup to make it more accessible to new readers or readers unfamilar with the field. Anyone willing to give it a try? Harvey the rabbit (talk) 01:24, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

suggested that knowledge sharing be merged[edit]

not real sure how controversial the Knowledge transfer and Knowledge sharing merge is, but interlink between the articles are necessary. I would develop the articles separately, both seem stubby. If at a later date a merge is needed, then merge. --J. D. Redding 17:02, 31 July 2013 (UTC)

The article seems a little fragmented and mostly covers concepts that properly belong within a Knowledge Management overview. It would make sense to merge with Knowledge sharing or reduce this to being specially transfer between 2 entities, such as academia to industry, this being a common but less generic use of the term.