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TitleOrganizational memory: a preliminary model based on Insights from Neuroscience
Author(s)Ramos, Isabel
Lavina, Linda
KeywordsOrganizational Memory
Neurosciences
Organizational cognition
Reconstructive organizational memory (ROM) model
Issue date2014
PublisherISTE Ltd
CitationRamos, I. and L. Lavina (2014). Organizational Memory: a preliminary model based on insights from neuroscience. In Carolina Machado and J.P. Davim, Transfer And Management Of Knowledge, ISTE, UK.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Much has been said about collective intelligence and the tools to achieve this. However, there is no existing framework for understanding how people collectively and seamlessly, store, reason and apply knowledge to act more intelligently. In this paper we present the Reconstructive Organizational Memory (ROM) model is intended as a starting point to define a framework that can support the development of information technology tools that can effectively support organizational cognition. More than a collection of knowledge repositories of different natures, organizational memory is the very process of updating these repositories and applying collective experience. Understanding this process as a distributed and continuous organizational capability by which meaning is assigned to the past and the collective future is projected is essential to design organizational interventions to improve how organizational actors collectively make decisions and behave. (...)
TypeBook part
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/37309
ISBN978-1-84821-693-8
DOI10.1002/9781119005117.ch6
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