Abstract: Hong Kong has accelerated its transformation into the new economy in a big way. Established in 2007, The Knowledge Management Research Centre (KMRC) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPolyU) has played a pivotal role in this tranformation with its educational program, research, and professional services. This talk will comprehensively introduce the centre, outside its mission, activities and accomplishments especially in establishing the region’s only blended E-Learning and Face-to-face master degree in Knowledge Management, various research projects on Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 technologies, knowledge audit and strategy formulations. Several KM projects, in particular those that entice bottom up knowledge sharing and mass collaborations in the public and private sectors, will be shared to substantiate KMRC’s principle of treating the real world as an “open KM laboratory”.
Eric Tsui: KM education, adoption and research in Hong Kong: The KMRC perspective (Keynote). 11th Annual Australian Conference on Knowledge Management and Intelligent Decision Support (ACKMIDS’08), 8 – 10 December 2008, University of Ballara, Australia
Presentation: The same keynote was given at I-KNOW ’09: 9th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies, Graz, Austria, 2–4 September 2009. | Presentation » (PolyU Institutional Repository)