Arnold Kransdorff

Arnold Kransdorff was the first to identify the phenomenon of corporate amnesia in the early 1980s, soon after the flexible labor market started to make a significant impact on jobs tenure. His first book on the subject (“Corporate Amnesia”, Butterworth Heinemann, 1998) was short listed for the UK’s “Management Book of the Year” in 1999 and selected as one of 800 titles worldwide to launch Microsoft Reader eBooks program in 2000. His second book (“Corporate DNA”, Gower, 2006) expanded the subject to explain how organizations could help their transient managers apply captured knowledge and experience in the cause of better decision-making.

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