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Organizations subsist on communication and coordination. An organization's ability to remember and learn from its past, in other words, its ability to use its "organizational memory" has been around for centuries as a means of learning, exchanging and accumulating knowledge to help the organization realize its objectives. Organizational memories are generated and used in communities of practice with little, if any, explicit effort devoted to their development. Information technology offers thedoi:10.1109/hicss.2002.994042 dblp:conf/hicss/Atwood02 fatcat:lrsu3eyggjbhtnechtbko2y6ci