Jun 30, 2015
| By Rustin Diehl, JD, CKM | Innovation Trainer and Expert
During a time of budget cuts you might be called upon to explain why Knowledge Management shouldn’t be axed. What do you say?
Justifying why Knowledge Management is essential to your organization can be a difficult task. However, failure to gain managerial and executive support for KM is a frequent cause of KM initiative and program failures. To effectively justify the importance of KM, focus on the end results of KM: operation efficiency, risk reduction, and competitive advantage through innovations.