Abstract: Knowledge Management has its roots in multiple academic disciplines and most universities in Hong Kong offer KM related courses, some of them for several decades. When the “management” focus on knowledge became more prominent in the early-90s, several universities developed post-graduate diplomas, certificate and master courses in Knowledge Management.
The Hong Kong Knowledge Management Conference (HKKM, HKKMS or HKKMS/KMIRC Conference), initially the Hong Kong Knowledge Management Forum (HKKM Forum), is organized by the Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS) in partnership with Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre (KMIRC), formerly the Knowledge Management Research Centre (KMRC). The
The Hong Kong Knowledge Management Forum (HKKMF) 1) – The Independent Think Tank on Managing in the Knowledge Economy – engages in advocacy of areas such as knowledge economy, intellectual capital, innovation, knowledge management across different sectors in the society. The forum is independent and receives no public/government funding. It operates thanks to volunteers, private
The biennial International Conference on Innovation and Knowledge Management in Asia Pacific (IKMAP), formerly the International Conference on Knowledge Management in Asia Pacific (KMAP), organized by the Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre (KMIRC) of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), aims to: provide a cross-cultural platform for the Knowledge Management