Knowledge active forgetting: The forgotten side of knowledge management


As Gregory Bateson, the British social scientists, once said “You can't live without an eraser”, the process of learning is not a unidirectional way toward accumulation of knowledge, rather, organizations should critically evaluate the value of their knowledge and if necessary, actively forget no-longer-useful knowledge. A brief review of related literature… (More)

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