chief memory officer
 n.— «Appoint a Chief Memory Officer. Only by remembering the past as we tinker and kludge can we avoid making the same old mistakes—and take advantage of valuable opportunities.» —“Change Without Pain” by Eric Abrahamson Harvard Business Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts) July 1, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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