Rita McGrath’s article Institutional Memory Goes Digital appears at Harvard Business Review (HBR List 2009). “Suppose every utterance and facial expression at a meeting were routinely captured and archived in high-definition digital video recordings — searchable and available in perpetuity. Would this be a godsend or a nightmare? The answer is probably both, but we’re about to find out for sure. Within a few years, a synthesis of technologies from an array of companies will make possible a “total recall system,” or TRS, that can produce such recordings.” To read the entire article, click here.