What principles of organizing content should we adopt instead of organizing content in static book like manuals?

In pursuit of the ultimate techCom information architecture

Many companies know that customers want new types of content and dynamic delivery but organizations appear hesitant and feel unready to face the challenges. It is a fact that the technical communication community needs to move away from delivering manuals as linear books where content is organized in static arbitrary hierarchies (= table of content). What are the alternatives? Well, the technical communication community can learn much from the academic research community who has used an innovative way of organizing research articles. It is all about making information findable. That is, findability. This blog post explores how the research community is doing it and how we can adapt it for technical communication. Stay tuned to find out. Read more here.

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