Adapting Knowledge Mapping Templates to Your Needs



APQC and other groups offer generic templates to guide knowledge mapping exercises. While it is fine to use these templates as-is, many organizations use them as starting points to create custom documents that reflect their internal terminology, structure, and knowledge mapping goals. In this article, you will learn how best-practice organizations adapt knowledge mapping templates to their needs.

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