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Knowledge Management Ambassadors at the Hong Kong Police Force

Abstract: More than 50 officers appointed by the Director of the Police College either as Peer Advisers or Knowledge Management (KM) Administrators received their first induction training at the Aberdeen Foundation Training Centre on August 3. All of them aspired to make a difference and prepared themselves as Ambassadors of the Force KM system.
This was the first specifically designed training programme for the voluntary KM cadre, aiming at equipping them with the general understanding of KM concept, its development in the Force, as well as practical tips for facilitating knowledge-centric discussion.

OffBeat News: New KM Ambassadors get induction training. OffBeat, Issue 901, August 19, 2009 to September 1, 2009.

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