Do you know where your organisation sits in relation to others and their level of KM maturity?
The amount of time you have been “doing” KM doesn’t always correlate to a higher maturity, so how can you improve your organisation’s KM maturity levels?
As part of my KM: The Works course, we talk about KM maturity levels, and in my general research on the topic, I came across these interesting articles from KM World/APQC on how to accelerate your way up the maturity levels.
- Article 1 – value creation, roadmaps and strategies
- Article 2 – getting leaders and stakeholders involved
- Article 3 – standardising tools and approaches, using knowledge maps and technological solutions
- Article 4 – measurement
Do you know where your organisation falls on the APQC KM maturity levels and do you have a plan to accelerate your way up through the levels? Or do you find maturity levels a distraction? It’d be interesting to hear from you in the comments below.
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