Intentional Forgetting in Organizations: The Importance of Eliminating Retrieval Cues for Implementing New Routines
Frontiers in Psychology
To cope with the already large, and ever increasing, amount of information stored in organizational memory, "forgetting," as an important human memory process, might be transferred to the organizational ...
Especially in intentionally planned change processes (e.g., change management), forgetting is an important precondition to impede the recall of obsolete routines and adapt to new strategic objectives accompanied ...
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research was supported by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) with grant number KL2207/5-1, KL2207/6-1, and GR 1846/21-1. ...