10-12 March 2022, Potsdam

17th International Conference on Knowledge Management

Knowledge, Uncertainty and Risks

For CfP and more details:



4-6 November 2015, Osaka

11th International Conference on Knowledge Management



6-7 November 2014, Sydney

11th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Learning Organisation (ICICKM)


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1 June 2013,  Hong Kong

International Archives Day

Exhibition and Workshops between 3 and 7 June 2013


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25-26 April 2013, Hong Kong

Conference and Workshop on KM and Social Media

Click to access s1413-KM-31A-S.PDF

Supported by HKKMS

Early Bird discounts available before 20 March 2013

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21 March 2013, Hong Kong

Conference by the colonial HKKMS club

The theme this year is Beyond KM or rather Beyond Asia? All speakers are white, middle-aged men.

For details: http://www.hkkms.hk

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5 March 2013, Hong Kong

The 5th Workshop of Knowledge Management & e-Learning

Knowledge Transformation in Virtual Environment

HKU, 14:00-17:30

Details and registration: http://web.edu.hku.hk/event_details.php?eventId=468

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24 September 2012, HKKMS monthly event

Speaker: Tony Quinlan

Topic: Managing Uncertainty

Time:  6.30pm – 8.00 pm

Venue: Conference Room 2, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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17 July 2012,  HKKMS monthly event

Un-locking Intellectual Capital

Dr. John Dumay, Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney

Time: 6:30 – 8.00 p.m.

Venue: HKGCC conference room 22/F, United Centre, Admiralty

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10 July 2012, IC Knowledge Center

IC practitioners webinar: The Coming Standard on Reporting on Human Capital

with David Creelman


Time: 9.00 -10.00 p.m. (Hong Kong time)


16 May 2012,  HKKMS monthly event

Reduce the Impact of Knowledge Loss from Baby-boomers Retirement Syndrome

Time: 6:30 – 8.00 p.m.

Venue: HKGCC conference room 22/F, United Centre, Admiralty

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10 April 2012,   IC Knowledge Center

IC practitioners webinar: IC audits and a Bigger Picture of IC and KM


Time:: 9.00-10.00 p.m.

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3 April 2012,  HKKMS monthly event

Big data – help or hindrance to Knowledge Management?

Time: 6:30 – 8.00 p.m.

Venue: HKGCC conference room 22/F, United Centre, Admiralty

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13 January 2012, 6.30-8.00 p.m.   HKKMS workshop

Whispered Voices – the DNA of Innovation

Understanding customers better than they understand themselves

Speaker: Darrell Mann, Systematic Innovation, U.K.

Venue: Hong Kong Yacht Club, Causeway Bay

Time: 9:00-17:00

Fee:  1200HKD

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10 January 2012

Seminar:  Impact of the Digital Age on the Way We Work

Organised by the Bauhinia Foundation

Time: 7:00-9:00 pm

Speaker: Prof. Cathy Davidson, Duke University

Prof. Cathy Davidson, an internationally acclaimed interdisciplinary and digital learning expert, to speak on the Impact of the Digital Age on the Way We Work. Prof. Davidson will be joined by Mr Charles Mok, Founding Chair of Internet Society of Hong Kong and Ms Cecilia Leung, General Manager (Inflight Services and International Affairs) of Dragonair to discuss how organisations in Hong Kong are responding to the digital age.

Details and registration:


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1 Dec 2011,  HKKMS monthly event

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Last meeting of the year with time for networking. Hong Kong winners of the 2011 Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE)  awards will also be joining. Prof. Eric Tsui, Polytechnic University, will talk about Social media.

Registration website http://www.hkkms.hk/index.php/2011/10/socialmedia

Venue: Foreign Correspondents’ Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central


23-24 November 2011,  HK International Computer Conference,  the annual event of the HK Computer Society:

Delivering Sustainable Value in the Knowledge Economy, http://www.hkcs.org.hk/hkicc/2011/conference_programme.html

A special session by the HK General Chamber of Commerce will be on “Business in a KM environment”  with speakers of the HK KM Society


8-10 November, KM Asia, Singapore


Two case studies from Hong Kong will be presented at the conference.


3 Nov 2011, HKKMS monthly event

Systematic Innovation

An innovation is any new deliverable that produces value. It goes way beyond just generating ideas and applies to everything – not just technology, the first and last thing that people in think about when they hear that word. Despite Innovation being high on today’s management agenda , organisations are not very good at it.  Over 80% of attempted innovations fail before they reach the market and over 90% of those that do also fail. Also, many firms in established industries are in denial when others innovate – they don’t see a sea-change coming – examples include the way recorded music is distributed, the demise of gas mantles 100 years ago, or the impact of airlines on American railways. Why?
Whilst enterprises have the organisation and the people to successfully produce their products or services, other enablers are needed for innovation: it is no longer an ‘add-on’ nor an ‘optional extra’.
Systematic innovation was first developed by Russian G.S. Altshuller and called ’ TRIZ (The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving). This was then developed in the West and extended into other fields such as management. Now referred to as “Systematic Innovation”,  it has been adopted by rising global giants , notably Samsung and LG in Asia.  Eric will then give an outline of the ‘toolkit’ and structured data bases that now exist with examples of how they work.


Eric Spain is a science graduate who pursued a career in broadcasting and telecommunications engineering in the UK, Ireland, Uganda, Singapore and Hong Kong. He joined the Hong Kong Government in 1973, held posts in a number of departments and served on a number of Government and University advisory bodies. He is a Fellow of the HKIE and of the IET and was an early strong ‘activist’ for putting Information Technology onto a professional footing. He has a long-standing interest in the processes of getting new thinking such as Design Method, Systematic Innovation, Open Space Technology and,  Education.

Venue:  HK General Chamber of Commerce, Conference Room 2, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)


11 October,  IC Practitioners Program, organised by  the  ic knowledge center

Online event

Event Description:
The time for this meeting is GMT 13:00-14:00.

The October agenda will include comments by Leif Edvinsson and a presentation by Markus Will and fellow colleagues from two important IC reporting initiatives in Europe: InCas and Wissenbilanz.

The moderator for the meeting will be Gordon McConnachie.

See more details and RSVP on ic knowledge center:


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6 September 2011,  HKKMS monthly event

Looking behind the Curtain: The Impact of Ignorance in German Hospitals

Prof. Maximiliane Wilkesmann, TU Dortmund

In their daily work, physicians have to deal with incomplete decision-making. Mostly, they have no time or no resources to gather all relevant information before they make a diagnosis or administer a therapy. Inconsistent decisions made can lead to further suffering. In the worst case ignorance can cause death. From the management’s point of view, inconsistent decisions can lead to cost escalation, lengthier treatment periods, or legal actions.

Using the case of German physicians, Prof. Wilkesmann will present four different dimensions of ignorance and give some practical insights on how individual, organizational and cross-organizational aspects influence dealing with ignorance. The research, which is funded by the German Research Foundation, is based on 42 interviews with physicians who work in different medical fields (and at different hierarchical levels.

The aim of the presentation is to investigate the “dark side of knowledge”, i.e. how physicians – who already possess comprehensive knowledge – deal with things they do not know. Ignorance is an important thing to explore because especially in the case of physicians ignorance hurts.

Venue: HKGCC Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station).

Time:  6.30pm – 8.00 pm

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18 August 2011,  Joint KMRC/HKKMS event

Topic: Library Science and Knowledge Technologies: Bring together two communities

Speaker:   Prof. Klaus Tochtermann, Leibniz Information Centre for Economics in Kiel and Hamburg

Venue:  HK General Chamber of Commerce,  Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station).

Time:  6:30 pm – 8.00 pm

Details and registration through the KMRC at the Polytechnic University: http://kmrc.ise.polyu.edu.hk

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7 September 2011,  KMDC event

Topic: Boosting corporate financial performance with intellectual capital (IC)

Speakers:   Dr Sam Chu and Dr Kin H Chan, The University of Hong Kong/

HKU Space

Time:           7:00 – 8:30pm

Venue :        Room 1002, 1/F, HKPC, 78 Tat Chee  Avenue, Kowloon

Sharing practices and insights on how to improve IC performance and increase competitive edge.

More details and registration: http://www.kmdc.org/

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9 August 2011

IC Knowledge Center

Intellectual Capital Practitioners Programme

Time:                  9-10 pm (Hong Kong time)
Location:           virtual
Event Type:       online seminar
Organized By:   Mary Adams, IC Knowledge Center



Raj Datta, former CKO of Mindtree sharing work in knowledge management that was recently documented in a Harvard Business School case

Mary Adams sharing a case study of valuation and IC management in a software and services company.

The moderator for the meeting will be Dr. Gordon McConnachie, Asia Pacific Intellectual Capital Centre


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28 July 2011       HKKMS monthly event

Topic:  “Artificial General Intelligence — the new frontier for knowledge management?”

Dr Ben Goerzel has used artificial intelligence for the analysis of financial markets. His work was reviewed by the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times explaining the approach as machine learning combined with natural language processing applied to textual information gathered from the internet, in order to predict business risk or to aid in making buying decisions. Ben explained his approach to creating Artificial General Intelligence in a Google Tech talk in May 2007. He defines intelligence as the ability to detect patterns in the world and in the agent itself. He tries to create a “baby-like” artificial intelligence first, and then raise and train this agent in a simulated or virtual world such as Second Life to produce a more powerful intelligence.

Venue: HK General Chamber of Commerce,  Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station).

Time:  6:30 pm – 8.00 pm

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13 July 2011

Seminar: Open Innovation and Knowledge Networks in Cleantech

Guangzhou, Riverside Hotel

Time: 14:00-16:30


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7 June 2011

Seminar: Innovation through Information

organised by the European Chamber of Commerce

HK Bankers’ Club, Central

Time: 8:30-10:30

All are welcome.

For more details and registrations: http://www.eurocham.com.hk/events.html?task=view&id=59%22

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3 June 2011

Seminar:  Knowledge Networks in Open Innovation

Creating a multi-stakeholder knowledge sharing environment in the Greater Pearl River Delta

Details: http://www.cleaninvention.com/supported-event.html

Venue:   Innocentre, Kowloon Tong

Time:  14:30-17:00

All are welcome.

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14 April 2011   HKKMS monthly event

Seminar on “Lessons learnt from ICM implementation in Europe and Hong Kong”

Leif Edvinsson, the pioneer in Intellectual Capital Measurement (ICM) and Cherie Lui, experienced KM practitioner and IC trainers will  their experience and lessons learnt from ICM implementation in Europe and Hong Kong.

Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm

Venue: HKGCC, Conference Room 1, 22/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong.

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29 March 2011   HKKMS monthly event

Topic: The Development of KM from 1990s until today

Discussion about KM since it became part of the management agenda for organisations in the 1990s.

Speaker: Dave Snowden, Cognitive Edge

Time: 6.30-8.00 p.m.

Venue:  Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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24 March 2011,  KMDC event

Dr. Ricky Tsui,  Arup Hong Kong will talk about  Knowledge Management – The Arup Way

Details: http://www.kmdc.org

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23-24 March 2011, Online Information Asia

Online London is a well established event for information professionals in Europe, running for 30 years. It is coming for the first time to Asia – to Hong Kong – next year.   The job market for information professionals  in Asia is still at an emerging stage, and this conference will be a good opportunity to explore the current situation of information markets and services.

The conference themes will be on “Information Strategy and Impact of New Technologies” (23 March) and on “Leadership and Capabilities for Information and Knowledge Workers” (24 March). The conference will be chaired by Eric Tsui, PolyU and VP HKKMS and Waltraut Ritter, Knowledge Dialogues and founder/advisory board member, HKKMS.

For programme details and registration  http://www.online-information.asia/

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4 March 2011, HKKMS event in collaboration with the PolyU/KMRC

Joint Knowledge Cafe with MAKE award winners

Venue Langham Place Hotel, 9.00-14.00

Note: The event has once again only been announced on a very short note, and the HKKMS board still hasn’t managed to update the website.  You can find some information at the PolyU site http://kmrc.ise.polyu.edu.hk/events.php?id=281

The following company representatives will join the knowledge cafe:

–  Dr. Helen Li, Director of Corporate Logistics, Cafe De Coral

–  Dr. Ricky Tsui, East Asia Research and Development Leader, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited

–  Mr. Yuk Wai Fung, Assistant Director, 1823 Call Centre, Efficiency Unit, HKSAR Government

–  Mr. Eric Tse, Project Manager-Knowledge Management/PSBG CLP Power HK Limited

–  Ms Annie Kong, Chief Operations Officer, Print-Rite Management Co. Ltd.

–  Mr. David Leung, General Manager of Technical and Engineering Services, MTR Corporation

–  Mr. Choi Chin Pang, Frederic, Head of Research Centre, HK Police College, HKSAR Government

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25 January 2011,  HKKMS monthly event in collaboration with PolyU

KM developments in HK: Lessons Learnt from over 100 projects”

Speaker of this talk will be Prof Eric Tsui, Associate Director of KMRC & Vice President of HKKMS.


This talk will comprehensively summarise the KM and Intellectual Capital developments in Hong Kong with particular emphasis on the adoption and evolution of various KM techniques and systems in the city’s transformation into a knowledge-based economy. Much of the data is gained through the extensive number of projects executed and events hosted by the HK KM Society and HKPolyU’s KMRC in the last 3 years. Amidst all the project statistics, there are clear signs that local organisations are utilising more and more soft-side KM techniques but at the same time robust KM systems, Web 2.0 tools are also being deployed to enhance collaborations and knowledge navigation. A small number of organisations show signs of accomplishing a higher level of maturity in their KM journey.

Location: Room R601, PolyU

Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm 6:45pm start


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17 January 2011, Seminar

KM in the Public Sector: The Intellectual Property of Public Records

Governments produce and distribute a vast amount of documents and datasets – from statistics to environmental information, from socio-economic data to legal material, education and health information. Recent technologies allow this information to be explored, built upon and made accessible in new ways.

The re-use of digital information and data can lead to innovative new services and ideas, developed and provided by the private sector, individuals and NGOs. The digital information environment enables information sharing through re-framing of copyright of government works, such as open government licenses or creative commons. Governments around the world have started to explore the value of public sector information and its re-use potential.

This may require a review of existing terms of use of public information as well as a review of the ownership and access rights to public information repositories.

This seminar will discuss current copyright and licensing aspects of public sector information in Hong Kong and also draw on examples of copyright of the public domain in other countries.


Stephen Selby, Director, IPD

Gabriela Kennedy, Partner, Hogan Lovells

Prof. Yahong Li, Faculty of Law, HKU

Waltraut Ritter, Research Director, APICC

Each panellist will take about one aspect of public sector information, followed by discussion

Time:              14:30-16:00

Venue:    IPD Intellectual Property Department – Room 2501, 25/F, Wu Chung  House, 213 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong.

Registration:   The event is open to anyone interesting in the topic. It is free of charge, but registration is required. If you wish to attend, please email Emma Tam at emma.tam@hkforesight.org.

Organized by: Hong Kong Foresight Centre

Supported by: Intellectual Property Department, HKSARG

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7 Dec 2010, 6:30-8:00 p.m., HKKMS monthly event

Seminar on “How to Design a Successful KM Initiative”

Speaker: Prof. Michael Stankosky, Engineering Management & Systems, George Washington University

Dr. Michael Stankosky is Professor of Engineering Management & Systems Engineering at the George Washington University, Washington DC, USA. He is also Lead Professor for KM, co-founder and co-director of the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation. He recently co-edited “In Search of Knowledge Management: Pursuing Primary Principles”: which has both KM theoretical constructs, as well as numerous case applications.

Michael suggests four principles when designing a KM initiative: codification, collaboration, convergence and coherence. If you are interested to learn more about an engineering approach to knowledge management, you are welcome to join the event.

Venue: HK General Chamber of Commerce, 22/F United Centre, Admiralty

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27 Nov, 10.00-12:30

Workshop: Using Wikis and Social Media as KM tool for Non-Profit Organisations

Managing knowledge and information in non-profit organiaations and networks has been greatly facilitated by a wide array of social technologies which support internal and external communication and information sharing.

Wikis in particular are one of the most popular tool to enable a community to generate and maintain content, and offer a collaborate workspace and project management tool where teams can author content or coordinate activities and tasks with confidence that the information is up to date.

Wikis are a type of social software that makes it easy to communicate online. As simple to edit as it is to read, the wiki makes for a useful online collaboration tool and a simple but effective way to share content and information both inside their organisation and out.

Despite the ease of use, organizations still need to develop an overall strategy for managing information and knowledge, educating and engaging members and external stakeholders to contribute and use the collaborative environment.

Venue: Vision Bookcafe, 2/F, 9 Queen Victoria Street, Central, Hong Kong

(MTR Central Exit C)

Registrations and enquiries info@hkforesight.org


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25 Nov 2010, 12.30-2.00 p.m.

Seminar: From Memory, Archives to Heritage: The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme’

The seminar is organized by the Archives Action Group, co-organized by HKU SPACE and sponsored by the Hong Kong Archives Society. Guests with an interest in KM, Records Management and Archives are welcome.

For more information and registration, please visit http://hkuspace.hku.hk/event/20101125/memory-of-the-world-programme.

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26 October 2010, 6:30-8:00 pm  HKKMS monthly event

Virtual worlds and Knowledge Management

This presentation will show how corporations and educational institutions are starting to apply these immersive,“3D Avatar” virtual world technologies to communicate internally and externally, to conduct training and to foster innovation, shared values and team collaboration. It will show, using practical examples, how 3D virtual world technology is used to reduce cost and environmental impact, inspire innovation and creativity and to increase bottom line by increasing employee engagement, training and collaboration.

Speaker: Claus Nehmzow is an entrepreneur with over 25 years experience building businesses and consulting to premier clients world-wide on business applications of new technologies, particularly social and participatory media, virtual worlds and immersive environments.

Claus held a number of leadership roles including at brand and user experience agency Method (General Manager International), PA Consulting (Partner and Virtual World Practice Leader), Shazam Entertainment (Angel Investor, COO and Director International Business Development), Viant (General Manager Viant Germany), Booz Allen Hamilton (Partner), and Accenture (Senior Manager).

From Germany originally, Claus worked and lived in Zurich, New York, London and currently resides in Hong Kong.

Venue: United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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12 October 2010, 16:30 – 18:00

KM and records management at HSBC archives

Site visit and lecture


Overview on HSBC Archives

Relationship between Archives and Knowledge Management

Role  of private and public archives in Hong Kong

For more information and registration contact Emma Tam at the HK Foresight Centre emma.tam@hkforesight.org

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15 Sep 2010,  6:30pm – 7:45pm HKKMS monthly event

Knowledge transfer as interaction between experts and novices supported by technology

Many firms, including a number of our corporate members face a difficult few years as many of their most knowledgeable staff prepare for retirement.

The speakers will present a framework about the interplay between experts and novices, the possibilities of technical support, and individual and organizational outcomes. This framework links up these different aspects and focuses on practical application of some of them. Their interest was driven by the following research question: How can the organization support activities that would encourage knowledge transfer between novices and experts? They will also show the results of a study they conducted at the German airline company Lufthansa.

A main assumption is that every person can be simultaneously a novice and an expert in different fields of knowledge. Novices and experts need organizational leeway which allows time for creating ‘knowledge nuggets’ (providing knowledge) and for learning (obtaining knowledge). The Lufthansa example shows that (1) organizational leeway, (2) the convergence of e-learning and knowledge management in the form of rapid e-learning, and (3) introduction of knowledge transfer methods that provide opportunities for employees to obtain and provide knowledge, i.e. practice knowledge transfer on the job.


Prof. Dr. Uwe Wilkesmann and Prof. Dr. Maximiliane Wilkesmann

Uwe Wilkesmann is Professor and the Director of the Centre for Continuing Education at the Dortmund University of Technology. He holds a chair of Organization Studies, Continuing Education, and Social Management. He is also Adjunct Professor at the Knowledge Management Research Centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His research interests include knowledge management, organizational learning, motivation, governance of higher education, and continuing education.

Maximiliane Wilkesmann is assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics and Social Science at the TU University of Dortmund. She received her PhD in 2009 at the Ruhr-University of Bochum for which she has been awarded a scholarship from the Hans-Boeckler Foundation. She is visiting lecturer at the Knowledge Management Research Centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her research interests include knowledge transfer, organization studies, teaching and learning with new media, management of competencies, and handling ignorance in organizations.

Venue:  HKGCC, Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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17 Aug 2010,  6:30pm – 7:45pm HKKMS monthly event

Seminar on “Knowledge Management and Business Strategy 2.0”

Venue:  HK PolyU, Room R508, 5/F, Core R,  Hung Hom

Speaker: Dr. Bonnie Cheuk, Director of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration, Citi

Registration Fee

HK$200 (guests), free for members


The seminar will introduce the application of the latest knowledge sharing approaches enabled by Web 2.0 tools to encourage staff to generate and share their best ideas to help shaping the company’s future. Case study on Environmental Resources Management (ERM) will be used to demonstrate the power of knowledge sharing – when it is redefined as a two-way communication process – to engage with a global workforce.

Bio of the Speaker

Dr. Bonnie Cheuk, Director of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration, Citi actively introduces Web2.0 tools topromote knowledge sharing, smart working, effective communications, innovations and ambitious business growth targets at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) company. Since 2006, Bonnie and her team have helped ERM won the KMUK2010 award, Environmental Business Journal Award for Organisational Innovation (2008) and Neilson’s Top 10 Best Intranet Award 2009. Prior to ERM, Bonnie has held leadership position for the Improvement Service for the Scottish local government aiming to promote knowledge sharing across the 32 Scottish local authorities. From 2002 to 2005, Bonnie managed a team of 14 people in the British Council to create and implement its global knowledge management strategy. Two of her KM projects have been shortlisted as finalists for the Information Management Award (IM2004, IM2005). From 1999 to 2002, she worked for Arthur Andersen business consulting and has helped its clients to establish and implement knowledge strategy in both the Asia Pacific region and in the United States.

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17 June 2010, 6:30 -8:00 p.m.   HKKMS Monthly Event

Gabriele O’Donovan:  Creating Culture Change in Organizations

Conference Room 1, 22/F, United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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Special event on 31 May 2010

Hong Kong as a knowledge-based economy and its role in China’s economic development

Talk by John Tsang, Financial Secretary of the HKSAR

This event is open to the general public. For registration information, please visit


HKKMS members and guests are welcome!

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6 May 2010, 6.30-8.00 p.m.   HKKMS monthly event

The KM Journey of the MTR

David Leung, General Manager – Technical & Engineering Services, MTR Corporation

Venue:  HKGCC Conference Room 1, 22/F

United Centre 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR Station)

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25 May 2010

Knowledge Café

Following up on the 1st Knowledge Café supported by Pacific Coffee at the ICKM Conference in 2009

KMDC organises another one at the Innocentre.

Pacific Coffee

1/F InnoCentre, 72 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon

For details visit www.kmdc.org

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29 May 2010, 10:00-12:30

Creative Industries,  Knowledge Cities, Urban Development

A lecture by Prof. Klaus Kunzmann

This event is in connection with the  Melbourne Knowledge Cities Summit http://www.melbourneknowledgesummit.com/

Everybody is welcome.

For event details and registration, click here HK Foresight event 29 May 2010


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