Make Critical Knowledge Broadly Accessible

 

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Throughout our 2013 Transferring and Applying Critical Knowledge Best Practices Study, APQC noticed that the featured best-practice organizations strive to deliver critical knowledge to as many people as possible, rather than limiting availability on a "need to know" basis. This type of broad accessibility helps organizations standardize globally and break down silos among teams, locations, and business units.

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