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Organizational Memory

Organizations, alike the individual, remember the past including the past, including processes and reliable work processes, as well as behavioral patterns, decisions, traditions and organizational values. This memory, alike the individual's memory is selective and is furthermore limited. Workers change or switch jobs, structures change. Creating an organizational memory is trivial. This memory is strategically important. It assists in avoiding mistakes and/or reinventing the wheel. Yet this memory can become an impediment. Sometimes, an organizational organization can trap the organization and prevent change. It should be regarded as important; not sacred.

 
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