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The Silent Pandemic in Enterprise 5 Ways L&D Can Fight Corporate Amnesia

Corporate amnesia is evident when employees leave or when they forget what they’ve learned. However, it’s also painfully present when they simply can’t find the knowledge needed to perform optimally.

According to research by Fuse surveying 250 Senior L&D & HR leaders across the UK & US, nine out of 10 learning leaders agree that The Great Resignation and loss of company expert knowledge is an alarm-bell business issue.Yet as tempting as it may be, we can’t blame the pandemic for everything. Corporate amnesia has been affecting organisational memory and knowledge management for longer than any business has been able to measure.

Read the ebook to discover five ways to fight corporate amnesia in your organisation.
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