2018 Conference : KM by Design

 

Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society’s is happy to welcome four speakers to share on KM status, risks, and gains and what to do about it.

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Four speakers sharing their insights and about Knowledge Management status, risks, and gains, and what to do about it.

Date : 28th February 2018
Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm, registration at 8:45am.
Location: Theatre A, 22nd Floor United Centre , Admiralty Hong Kong
Lunch: From 1-2pm, a networking dim sum lunch

Pricing : Members of HKKMS/KMIRC HK$ 1,500,  Non-Members HK$1,800

Please complete the form in the REGISTRATION tab to reserve your place.   Spaces are limited.

Overview of the talks and speakers can be found below, please click on the more CONFERENCE DETAILS for synopses and speaker bios.


A worldwide benchmarking study of KM, IC and their impact on organizational performance

Prof. Aino Kianto

Professor of Knowledge Management at Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)

 

Sharing on knowledge risk and its effective management

Miss Haley Tsang

PhD student at The University of Hong Kong


Design: Utilising and Generating Knowledge for the Creation of a Better World

Prof. Cees de Bont

Dean of the School of Design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Of Horses and Unicorns: The why, what & how of digital adoption

Nigel Green

Co-author of “Lost In Translation: A handbook for Information Systems in the 21st Century”

Please complete the following registration form to reserve your place at “KM by Design

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We have a conference leaflet that provides all details on the talks and the speakers.  Please click on the following to open the leaflet.

Please click on the following links to download the conference presentation files.

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Prof. Cees de Bont – Design 

Prof Kianto – A worldwide benchmarking study

Haley Tsang’s – Knowledge Risk 

Nigel Green’s – Horses and Unicorn’s