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Five Reasons are:
  1. They can’t talk about anything broader than their own products;
  2. They listen to customers but don’t take any action;
  3. They aren’t calibrated internally with the technology;
  4. They’re not framing risk accurately;
  5. Their internal culture isn’t aligned for social media success.

Template:No. 2 touches somewhat on responsiveness - a key ingredient in community development; No. 5 touches somewhat on community development and facilitative behaviours....also critical.

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  • Definition of Knowledge Translation:

A dynamic and iterative process that includes the synthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically sound application of knowledge to improve health, provide more effective health services and products and strengthens the health care system