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Title: KM developments in HK : lessons learnt from over 100 projects
Authors: Tsui, Eric
Subjects: Knowledge management
Intellectual capital
Web 2.0
Hong Kong
Issue Date: 25-Jan-2011
Citation: KM developments in HK : lessons learnt from over 100 projects, January 25, 2011, Room R601, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Abstract: This talk will comprehensively summarise the KM and Intellectual Capital developments in Hong Kong with particular emphasis on the adoption and evolution of various KM techniques and systems in the city's transformation into a knowledge-based economy. Much of the data is gained through the extensive number of projects executed and events hosted by the HK KM Society and HKPolyU's KMRC in the last 3 years. Amidst all the project statistics, there are clear signs that local organisations are utilising more and more soft-side KM techniques but at the same time robust KM systems, Web 2.0 tools are also being deployed to enhance collaborations and knowledge navigation. A small number of organisations shows signs of accomplishing a higher level of maturity in their KM journey.
Description: The talk was organized by Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS) and the Knowledge Management Research Centre (KMRC)
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/4134
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