Beyond Oral History - The Importance of a Club Operations Plan
Ed Rehkopf

Beyond Oral History - The Importance of a Club Operations Plan

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The term “oral history” is used to describe the practices of early societies to pass on historical and cultural information to succeeding generations to preserve the knowledge and traditions of the group.  More recently it has come to describe the recording of personal impressions from witnesses of historic events.  But as valuable as these methods were to ancient cultures, as well as to modern day historians, they should never, by default, be the basis for preserving and distributing the organizational values and operational methods of a business enterprise.


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