TSIA 2017 State of Knowledge Management

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Technology investments continue to rank at the top of the planned spending list each year for knowledge management leaders. Results from TSIA’s 2017 State of Knowledge Management report indicate that 43% of respondents think they could improve employee productivity by 30% or more if they had the tools to share knowledge more efficiently.

With this report you will learn:

  • Best practices common to firms with the strongest knowledge-sharing cultures
  • Common benefits and measurable returns of adopting a strong KM strategy
  • How to ensure that your company effectively leverages knowledge sharing culture

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Technology investments continue to rank at the top of the planned spending list each year for knowledge management leaders. Results from TSIA’s 2017 State of Knowledge Management report indicate that 43% of respondents think they could improve employee productivity by 30% or more if they had the tools to share knowledge more efficiently.

With this report you will learn:

  • Best practices common to firms with the strongest knowledge-sharing cultures
  • Common benefits and measurable returns of adopting a strong KM strategy
  • How to ensure that your company effectively leverages knowledge sharing culture

Written by:

  • John Ragsdale

    Vice President Research, Technology and Social, at TSIA