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Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS)

The Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS) 1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Meetings

  • Monthly Meetings (seminars, workshops, panel discussions, roundtables, summer schools/courses and other events) on topics in Knowledge Management
    List of meetings
  • January: Innovation and collaboration in corporate environments; Special Event: Whispered Voices – the DNA of Innovation: Understanding customers better than they understand themselves
  • April: “Big Data” – help or hindrance to Knowledge management?
  • May: Reduce the impact on Knowledge Loss from Babyboomers retirement syndrome
  • July: Unlocking intellectual capital
  • September: Managing uncertainty; Innovation Capability Maturity Model
  • November: eLearning in academia and business : the promise and the reality
  • December: End of year event w. special guest and social gathering
  • January: Knowledge Management developments in HK: Lessons learnt from over 100 projects (in collaboration with the PolyU/KMRC)
  • March: Joint Knowledge Cafe with MAKE award winners (in collaboration with the PolyU/KMRC); Progress of Knowledge Management: The Development of Knowledg Management from 1990s until today
  • April: Lessons learnt from ICM implementation in Europe and Hong Kong (conducted jointly with the KMRC)
  • July: Artificial General Intelligence – the new frontier for Knowledge Management
  • August: Library Science and knowledge technologies: bringing together two great communities (joint HKKMS/KMRC event)
  • September: Looking behind the curtain: The impact of ignorance in German hospitals
  • November: Systematic Innovation: creating valuable knowledge out of ignorance
  • December: Use of Social Media to enhance collaboration, marketing and learning
  • February: Transformational leadership in compliance education: A value innovation process
  • May: The Knowledge Management Journey of the MTR; Special event: Hong Kong as a knowledge-based economy and its role in China’s economic development; Supported event: Creative Industries, Knowledge Cities, Urban Development
  • June: Creating Culture Change in Organizations
  • August: Knowledge Management and Business Strategy 2.0
  • October: Virtual worlds and Knowledge Management
  • November: Site visit and lecture: Knowledge Management and records management at HSBC archives (HK Foresight)
  • December: How to Design a Successful Knowledge Management Initiative
  • February: Panel Discussion — Wisdom from the Knowledge Management Conference Circuit
  • April: How IT can innovate — the power of Mashups
  • May: Not quite a theory, it’s the practice — Knowledge Management journey of the Hong Kong Police Force
  • June: Intellectual Capital and Stock Markets: an empirical study of the companies in the Hang Seng index
  • August: The Knowledge Management Journey at Lloyd’s Register; Supported event “Putting Over 250 Years Of Knowledge To Work – The KM Journey At Lloyd’s Register”
  • September: Junk Trip to Lamma Island (Cancelled because of weather)
  • October: E-government Advances Create Opportunities for Knowledge Management Programmes
  • November: Innovation as a Strategic Core Competence
  • December: Knowledge Management in Africa s´South of the Sahara
  • May: The influence of mind mapping on the development of information management tools
  • June: Finding a new way of working
  • September: E-learning- the new business productivity driver
  • November: Special Lunch Event “Building a Knowledge Sharing and Learning Culture, World Bank Experience”
  • December: Intellectual Capital Against Financial Capital Crisis
  • February: How Knowledge Management is impacted by YOU, Time magazine’s person of the year
  • March: Knowledge Management in Law Firms
  • April: Total Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in retail banking: the come-back of an old-age banking practice at a new level
  • May: Blogs and Wikis within organisations
  • August: Redefining the role of technologies for Knowledge-leveraged organization
  • September: International Knowledge Management-Barometer Study. Different countries – different strategies?
  • February: Narrative Techniques in Knowledge Management
  • March: Knowledge Management – The Future of Business?
  • May: Communities of Practice
  • June: Knowledge Management in China
  • July: Knowledge Management as a Source of Competitive Advantage
  • August: Corporate Blogging (Knowledge Management summer school)
  • September: Special event: Junk trip with Leif Edvinsson
  • October: Practical Realities: An Inside Look at Records Management Programs
  • November: How to Create a Culture of Innovation!
  • February: Panel Discussion “What’s New in Knowledge Management?”
  • March: Intellectual Capital Management
  • May: Knowledge Café : A facilitation tool to increase knowledge sharing; Management of Knowledge in Project Environments
  • June: US – Knowledge Management Maturity Model: Imagine the Possibilities
  • July: Transferring Knowledge to China – Challenges and Issues (Joint Event with the HK Human Resource Institute); Building a Knowledge-driven Organisation A Practical Guide (Knowledge Management Summer Short Courses)
  • October: Developing Knowledge-based Client Relationships; Intellectual Asset Management Workshop: “Can the Pearl River Delta Become a Knowledge Economy” & “Intangible Assets: The Missing Link Between Intellectual Property and Creating Value” (Joint Event with the Intellectual Property Department of HKSAR Government, the Association of International Accounts and other professional organisations)
  • February: Productivity through Technology
  • April: Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management: A New Partnership?
  • May: Information Security & Knowledge Management
  • June: Moving towards Intellectual Capital Management
  • September: Knowledge Transfer in Social Service
  • October: Topic to be confirmed
  • January: Translating Know-how into Corporate Value
  • February: Valuation of Intellectual Capital
  • March: Living Networks
  • May: Valuation of Intangible Assets and Intellectual Property
  • June: Mapping SARS – A Knowledge Management talk (Social Network Analysis – An introduction to a Knowledge Management approach to track informal knowledge flows in organisations)
  • October: Knowledge Management in banking and finance
  • December: Knowledge Management roundtable
  • January: Report from a Global Benchmarking Report
  • February: Being an Information Detective – Insights from Business Intelligence
  • March: Aligning HR strategies with Knowledge Management
  • April: Being an Agile Competitor in today’s Knowledge Economy
  • July: Building a Knowledge Empowered Enterprise
  • August: Panel discussion “Should Knowledge Contributions be Rewarded?”
  • September: Technologies for Personal and Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Management
  • November: Special event “Beyond Employment: Work Arrangements in the Knowledge Economy” (by the Conference Board and HKKMS)
  • December: Annual Dinner
  • 26 July 2001
  • 30 August 2001
  • 20 September 2001