Determine the Knowledge Management Value Proposition for the Organization and Employees

 

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Best-practice organizations build strong business cases for their knowledge management (KM) programs. This involves defining a value proposition for KM that matches each organization’s needs and strategic goals. Once value has been defined at the enterprise level, the next step is to ensure that employees have clear reasons and motivations to embrace KM tools and approaches.

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