Building a Business Case for Knowledge Management

Published On:
October 30, 2020
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APQC
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A strong business case is key to establishing a knowledge management (KM) program with direction and purpose. A business case defines exactly what the KM program is designed to achieve, what resources it will require, and what benefits it will generate. Every KM program should have a business case, and as KM maturity increases, the business case for KM will grow stronger, clearer, and more compelling.

In this article, you will learn about the importance of building a business case and what business cases look like across five levels of APQC’s Levels of KM Maturity.