Arnold Kransdorff

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Arnold Kransdorff is the expert practitioner of knowledge management who first identified the phenomenon of corporate amnesia. This was documented in his first book, Corporate Amnesia.[1][2] In 2006 he wrote Corporate DNA: Using Organizational Memory to improve poor decision-making.[3]

He owns the consulting firm 'Pencorp'.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ‘Corporate Amnesia: Keeping know-how in the company’, Butterworth Heinemann ISBN 0-7506-3949-0
  2. ^ Corporate Amnesia book website
  3. ^ 'Corporate DNA: Using Organizational Memory to improve poor decision-making', Gower Publishing ISBN 0-566-08681-6
  4. ^ Pencorp (Arnonld Kransdorff's consulting firm)