Too good to be forgotten – why institutional memory matters

Many organisations are at risk of losing their memory because workers switch jobs too quickly, without passing on what they’ve learned. This “corporate amnesia” can have serious consequences.

 

Curated from www.bbc.co.uk

This article looks at organisational ‘memory’ and the need for organisations to be able to facilitate knowledge exchange between older and younger workers. Not a revolutionary idea but one that becomes more pressing as people stay in post for less time.

   

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