Improving KM maturity levels

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?

age is no guarantee of maturity

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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3 Responses to Improving KM maturity levels

  1. Hi – can you update the article four link please – it repeats article 3

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