To successfully deliver value, knowledge management (KM) programs must align with business needs. The tricky thing is that different business and user groups have different needs, and those needs can shift on a dime. If a KM program does not align with the right imperatives at the outset, it may never get off the ground. But even established KM programs can easily fall out of step with current priorities, diminishing KM’s impact. That’s why many organizations establish a KM steering or advisory committee to provide ongoing strategic direction, oversight, and high-level support for their KM programs. In this article, you will learn about how to create and leverage a KM steering/advisory committee.