Memory and Knowledge in Organizations

Meghan Ecclestone


This paper seeks to better understand means of knowledge sharing in organizations. Sharing tacit knowledge – knowledge which cannot be codified, but which is paramount to the mastery of a particular skill – presents unique challenges in an organizational setting. Through Communities or Practice, mentorships, and storytelling, members can begin to overcome these challenges and foster rich sites of tacit knowledge exchange and the creation of organizational memory.

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