2015 Knowledge Management Priorities Data Report



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  • Published:
  • February 16, 2015
  • Author:
  • APQC
  • Pages:
  • 41
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APQC surveyed over 500 people to learn about organizations' KM plans and priorities for 2015 and the next three years. This data report summarizes early results from the research including:

  • The most common priorities for KM programs
  • What's happening to KM budgets
  • Which KM tools and approaches are being implemented in 2015
  • Which KM tools are being improved, promoted, and deemphasized
  • Trends in external knowledge sharing (sharing with third parties such as partners, suppliers, and customers)
  • What emerging technologies are expected to impact KM over the next three years.

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