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Knowledge management (KM) has become an important discipline in the field of management. Yet, few induction models of IT enabled KM are available for research and teaching in the literature. This paper presents the development of an induction model based on five real-life cases of successful KM. Based on a so-called Joint Qualitative Analysis, this case study has identified several common aspects of the IT enabled KM process. In brief, KM occurs when the new business strategies of the organization requires KM. New IT strategies and new organizational strategies are then developed to align with the new business strategies to implement KM. A crucial component of the IT enabled KM is the development, the use, and the maintenance of IT supported products and services for KM. The IT supported products and services foster the transformation between information, and explicit and tacit knowledge. The development of metrics and measures for KM assessment is a key task of the KM process. The induction model is significant as it supports KM process design in the context of IT applications.