INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ORGANIZATIONAL MEMORY: A LITERATURE REVIEW
AbstractThe advancement of technologies and Information Systems (IS) associated with the search for success in the competitive market leads organizations to seek strategies that assist in acquisition, retention, storage, and dissemination of knowledge in the organization in order to be reused in time, preserving its Organizational Memory (OM). Organizational Memory Information Systems (OMIS) emerge as an enhancer of the OM, providing effective support and resources for the organization, assisting in decision making, in the solution of problems, as well as in quality and development of products and services. This article is an analysis of some OMIS selected from a literature review about its features and functionality in order to understand how these information systems are seen by the organizations. With this research, we realized that the relationship between OM and IS is still inexpressive, even with the existence of some cases of success in the use of OMIS in the literature. The literature reveals that an individuals' knowledge is not integrated in information systems management process in most organizations; much of this knowledge is generated in the organization retained in an individual himself/herself. It is easy to see that there is a need for strategies and mechanisms in the organization to stimulate and provide better knowledge sharing between individuals which, when associated to IS, allows greater control and effective use of Organizational Memory.
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Barros, V. F. de A., Ramos, I., & Perez, G. (2015). INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ORGANIZATIONAL MEMORY: A LITERATURE REVIEW. JISTEM - Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management (Online), 12(1), 45-63. https://doi.org/10.4301/S1807-17752015000100003