Given that most learning is incremental, there is a curious oversight in how organizations are managing their learning function. Whilst they are taking full advantage of flexible working, they seem remarkably unconcerned about the departure of their institution-specific knowledge and how they should compensate for their inability to learn from their own experiences. As Arnold Kransdorff highlights in his book. Few organizations make any formal attempt to pass across their hard-won and expensively acquired knowledge to succeeding generations, preferring to depend on the outside input of new blood. The attrition of institutional-specific ‘knowledge’ is truly massive.
Here you will find the first Chapter from Arnold’s Corporate DNA book. It will make you think.