Publisher: Thomson, 1999, 181 pages
Keywords: Knowledge Management
Knowledge is a corporate asset which needs to be identified, guarded and shared. Corporate Memory: Strategies for Knowledge Management shows the innovative manager how to explore his company's intangible asset, identify knowledge within his organization culture and looks towards knowledge sharing.
This book will help you:
A very good (probably the best) introductionary text on the subject of Knowledge Management.
It is extremely low on academic details (in contrast to other KM books) and very high on practicalities and extremely straightforward!
Recommended reading if you want to understand what KM is (and isn't).