KMap: Implementing knowledge-based strategy

Karl-Erik Sveiby

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The KMAP is a portfolio of activities ensuring a balanced approach to KM strategy. It consists of a workmat and a set of questions based on a conceptual framework designed by Karl-Erik Sveiby. It is specifically designed to elicit, as answers, knowledge-focused initiatives in line with international best practice. This ensures a powerful process in which your organisation selects the projects that suite you, ranks them and generates a project plan for implementing these projects. It is a highly interactive process, which generates buy-in and commitment for the projects chosen. It features 47 Knowledge Strategy Issues.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2003
MoE publication typeI2 ICT software


  • 512 Business and Management
  • Knowledge-based Strategy


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  • Pedagogical tools

    Sveiby, K., Mellander, K. & Snow, B.

    01.01.1993 → …

    Project: Externally funded project

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