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Posts Tagged: memory
This post is designed to reassure those of us who are concerned that our memory just isn’t what it used to be. It’s probably not, but that’s no reason to worry.
Do you have a memory like a sieve? I know I do – it’s one of the reasons I save everything into Evernote to search for later, and have a desk covered with Post-it notes to myself. People who can remember names, lists, and facts without all these aids always impress me. It got me wondering:… Read more »
I know several people who put a lot of stock in the power of coincidence. When conversations, articles and events line up like messengers, all with the same telegram, at your door, something is trying to get through. In my world, over the last few days, there’s been a great convergence of messages stamped: “Memory.”… Read more »
Paul Mellor Quick, what did you have for lunch last Tuesday? To whom did you send your last e-mail yesterday? What did you get from the in-laws last Christmas? OK, granted, you may NOT want to remember that, but you get my point. Now more than ever, we live in an information overload type of… Read more »
I recently pubished a post on personal mastery in your current job vs moving up: https://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/moving-up-the-peter-principle-and-job-mastery Today, I read something that suggests that rather than deliberate practice, your memory capacity is actually the key difference between good and great: http://psychcentral.com/news/2011/10/06/key-to-greatness-is-working-memory-not-practice/30110.html What do you think GovLoopers? Could the hype about memory correct and if so, should… Read more »
Two interesting articles about organizational culture in the latest issue of the “Journal of Organizational Change Management.” The first article is a cultural analysis of organizational memory and its role in organizational change while the second article describes how organizational memory can hinder learning a new technology. In the first article, McCabe gives a more… Read more »