Memory loss ? Corporate knowledge and radical change

@inproceedings{Scalzo2006MemoryL,
  title={Memory loss ? Corporate knowledge and radical change},
  author={Nicholas J. Scalzo},
  year={2006}
}
  • Nicholas J. Scalzo
  • Published 2006
An organization’s ability to collect, store and use knowledge it has generated through experience can have important consequences for its performance. Storing and using stored knowledge effectively can buffer the organization from the disruptive effects of turnover, facilitate co-ordination, contribute to the development of innovative products, and may even serve to rebuild an organization (Olivera, 2000, p. 811).