Can “documents and deliverables” ever really create change?

Can “documents and deliverables” ever really create change?

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  1. In my mind the document really only serves as tool for conversation (although Google docs collaborative features adds new dimensions to the tool). As conversation arises as a result of a document, the ideas presented become fluid and the document being somewhat stagnant in nature must be put down when no longer useful.

  2. In my mind the document really only serves as tool for conversation (although Google docs collaborative features adds new dimensions to the tool). As conversation arises as a result of a document, the ideas presented become fluid and the document being somewhat stagnant in nature must be put down when no longer useful.

  3. In my mind the document really only serves as tool for conversation (although Google docs collaborative features adds new dimensions to the tool). As conversation arises as a result of a document, the ideas presented become fluid and the document being somewhat stagnant in nature must be put down when no longer useful.

  4. In my mind the document really only serves as tool for conversation (although Google docs collaborative features adds new dimensions to the tool). As conversation arises as a result of a document, the ideas presented become fluid and the document being somewhat stagnant in nature must be put down when no longer useful.

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