Apr 122013
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From Enterprise Search Engine to Cloud based Knowledge Services – Tracking a decade’s evolution of KM and Innovation tools

From top down enterprise-based applications to bottom up apps-based personal widgets, Knowledge Management Systems have gone through significant evolution and transformation for the past 10+ years. This talk offers a kaleidoscopic view of the major types of KMS and the respective purposes that each of them has served. In particular, the evolutionary development of KMS is further mapped and aligned with the established eras of KM that have been reported in the literature. Special emphases are on how current and future KMS, user-driven cloud based knowledge services in particular, are positioned to support many facets of dynamic knowledge work, open and service innovations.

The speaker’s bio, can be found below.

The event is free for HKKMS members and $200 for non-members..

Date and time : Wed 24th April 2013  (6.30pm – 8.00 pm)

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

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Prof. Eric TsuiEric Tsui is a Professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Associate Director of the Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre (KMIRC). Prior to joining PolyU, he was for 15 years working for Computer Sciences Corporation Australia with Chief Research Officer, Asia Pacific as his last position. He is a VP of the HKKMS, an advisor on KM to the Police College, and member of the IT Technical Advisory Sub-Committee of the Hospital Authority. He has B.Sc. (Hons.), PhD and MBA qualifications.

Prof. Tsui’s presentation to the society can be download below  (PDF  format file = 5MB)


  2 Responses to “From Enterprise Search Engine to Cloud based Knowledge Services”

  1. Thanks for uploading the PowerPoint! I was going to ask about that!

    • Hi Andreas, PPT always useful to recap and reflect on the lessons learnt..!

      Prof Tsui’s talk this leads nicely into the next discussion and event re:collaboration and social media tools.