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Updated Date: November 1st, 2016

16th Annual KM Asia Conference


We are pleased to be key supporting organization to the 16th Annual KM Asia Conference, the only pan-Asia KM event to be held in Hong Kong (30 Nov and 1 Dec) at the Royal Pacific Hotel, TST. Our Chairman Ir. Eric Chan will chair the Day 1 of the conference.

As our members, you are eligible to a special price of $8,000 for the full conference pass. Please quote your KMDC membership to enjoy the special rate. Seats are limited and please enroll now. We look forward to seeing you and other KM guru in the conference.



Download KM Asia 2016 programme




Updated Date: November 1st, 2016

Next Generation Re-Targeting Successfully Held


We have an amazing evening with Mr. Ravel Lai, Group IT Director of Jardine Restaurant Group on Thursday night, 20th October 2016. It is without a doubt one of the highly memorable sharing we have had!

Speaking with real life examples and occasional humor, Ravel was able to captivate all our attention. He was able to engage with all our guests. Everyone was left with an up-beat mood knowing that Hong Kong is still a place for innovative marketeers. Beginning with an overview of digital marketing, Ravel re-visited the campaign he is heading where, between 2014 and 2015, he single handedly turn around the Pizza Hut loyalty program from negative growth to positive growth at a fraction of the cost of a traditional market program such as TV commercial. The success was not only about his ingenuity market sense and intuition in correctly predicting the behavior of his target customers but it also demonstrated his perseverance on what he believes in. He reminded us the important of the 3 right's, i.e. right target, right moment and right offer and revealed the secret of his success to all marketeers, "Think for the customers". On innovation, Ravel put it this way, many said he is thinking out-of-the-box, in reality, it is the box being too small for him! We can be certain we shall see more successful marketing ideas coming out of the Pizza Hut loyalty program in the coming months.

We are happy to see some new faces and new members that evening! Our sincere thanks to current KMDC members and Corporate members such as Census and Statistics Department and Tung Wah Hospital Group for their un-relentless support for coming to this sharing dinner. KMDC looks forwarding to meeting you in the next event. You can relive the events by click on here.




Updated Date: October 3rd, 2016

Next Generation Re-Targeting


Mr. Ravel Lai, Group IT Director of Jardine Restaurant Group, has led Pizza Hut and KFC in the Digital Marketing journey. Under his leadership, the Group has monetized its customer knowledge asset and grown its loyalty membership at record breaking speed. The Retail and ICT industries have recognized Ravel's extraordinary achievement with numerous awards, amongst them, the Enterprise Innovator Award (2015), the Hong Kong ICT Gold Award (2016) and the Cloud Excellent Award – Best CRM Project (2016).

In his upcoming talk, Ravel will share with us his insights on "Next Generation Re-Targeting", covering best practices in Digital Transformation and Customer Relationship Management, engagement with customers via omni-channel through websites, social media and mobile apps.

We have a great success on our last KM sharing event with William Liang, Knowledge Management and CoP expert, Huawei. Some guests had problem of getting a place last time. We will have more places this time but again, priority will be given to the current and renewal members and their guests. This is a great opportunity to learn from a IT cum Marketing expert and therefore, please register early.

Details of the event are as follows:

Date: 20th October 2016 (Thursday)
Venue: 名爵酒家
The Grand Hall
灣仔港灣道28號灣景中心3樓
3/F, Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Fee: Corporate member - free (up to 2)
Current member - $300
Renewal Member - $600 including membership renewal till November 2017
Guest - $400
New member - $700 including Dinner and one-year membership
Time: 6:30 p.m. registration, 7:00 seated
Language: Cantonese


Once again, registration is on a first-come first-served basis. Please reply this email and deposit payment to KMDC bank account (HSBC: 404-161275-001) at your earliest possible convenience. For further details, please call 8101 5632 (Miss Grace Lung) or email us at kmdc.info@gmail.com. We will close the registration once the seats are filled.



Further information on Mr Ravel Lai and Jardine Restaurant Group:

Ravel Lai
Group IT Director

Ravel Lai is an IT veteran with over 24 years’ experience in the retail industry including Fashion, FMCG, Food & Beverage and shopping mall. He rejoined Jardine Restaurant Group HK for almost 3 years as Group IT Director managing the IT teams for both Pizza Hut and KFC in HK, Macau, Vietnam and Myanmar.

Ravel is also the Digital Marketing Head of Pizza Hut HK and the Social CRM Lead of Pizza Hut and KFC HK. He is driving the digital and CRM strategy to engage with customers in different digital channels such as website, social media and mobile app.

Ravel is not only an IT professional but also holds a MBA major in Marketing. Out of his work, he is a die-hard Liverpool football fan and the driver of his 9 years old daughter.

Jardine Restaurant Group
Jardine Restaurant Group is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group which owns the franchise of Pizza Hut and KFC in Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Myanmar and Taiwan. We have over 680 shops in these countries providing F&B services such as dine-in, take-away and delivery.

For delivery services, our customer can place order through 4 different channels – Store Front, Call Centre, Website and Mobile APP. We always carry out our “Hot and On Time” delivery commitment.




Updated Date: August 2nd, 2016

Huawei CoP KM sharing held successfully on July 28th 2016


Another successful KMDC sharing was held on a mid-summer night on 28th July! We are honored to have the presence of Mr William Liang (梁偉寧), a Huawei expert on KM, to share with us on the secrets of running a successful Community of Practice (CoP).

Beginning with the Tao of CoP (道), then on the stimulants with emotions (法), and finally, the 5 ways of maintaining activeness of a CoP (術), William has provided our audience a formula on running a CoP with strong involvement from its participants. It is not surprising to see great audience engagement during and presentation and many questions were asked and answered.

Clearly, the success of the event could only be made possible with the attendees. We would like to say thank you to our corporate members, Census and Statistics Department, HK Electric, NEC and Tung Wah Hospital Group, and to all individual members who were presented and shown their continuing support. You can relive the events by click on here.




Updated Date: July 16th, 2016

Creating and Sustaining Community of Practice at Huawei


After the fruitful knowledge exchange at the KMDC Annual Dinner in April, we would like to continue our quest on how a company could develop and create human capital. No ‘process or tool’ is near effective and powerful on our human Capital as building a ‘Community of Practice’. And there are not many international organizations that have shown strong commitment and achieved well-recognized successes in building CoPs as Huawei. It is, therefore, our great delight to have Mr William Liang, Knowledge Management Manager at Huawei, to share with us on the topic,‘Ignite the Trend!’. In this talk, he will showcase his valuable and highly practical experience and techniques on CoP management.

William’s talk will cover: The reasons behind creating a Community of Practice (CoP) and how it relates to the business objective and operations; the reasons why there is a sentiment of lack of participation in many CoPs; and how we can stimulate activities and achieve a branding effect for a CoP


WILLIAM LIANG

Mr William Liang is Huawei's first knowledge management level-6 expert, currently the highest level among Huawei KM experts. He has 9 years of Huawei research and development experience, 7 years of R&D management experience, as well as 4 years of experience in community operations. He is the Practice Owner of Huawei CoP.

William is a leader of community ‘Hardware Garden’, which is the most reputable community at Huawei. The community is connected to the 17,000 employees of hardware R&D, focusing on business strategy, and organizing many high-quality community activities. His works support business and at the same time also promote community maturity to maintain high speed development.

William has, for 3 consecutive years, won the Huawei knowledge management major awards, and at present the community that he leads ranks No.1 among Huawei 8000+ communities. With good grasp of industry trends, insight into the psychology of employees and well-planned community events, William fosters a strong sense of CoP participation from Huawei employees.


In order to ensure participants to have more in-depth discussion with William, with his colleagues and with KMDC EXCOs, we would like to limit our seats to 30. Priority will be given to the current and renewal members and their guests. This is a great opportunity to learn from a CoP expert and therefore, please register early. Details of the event are as follows:


Date: 28th July 2016 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30 p.m. registration, 7:00 seated
Location: 名爵酒家
The Grand Hall
灣仔港灣道28號灣景中心3樓
3/F, Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Fee: Corporate member - free (up to 2)
Current member - $300
Renewal Member - $600 including membership renewal till August 2017
Guest - $400
New member - $700 including Dinner and one-year membership
Language: Cantonese/Putonghua


Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. Please email us at kmdc.info@gmail.com to reserve a seat. We will close the registration once the seats are filled. For further enquires, please call 8101 5632 (Miss Grace Lung).




Updated Date: June 15th, 2016

KMDC Annual Spring Dinner held successfully on May 18th 2016


KMDC held its annual dinner successfully on May 18. Despite the unusual traffic arrangement, most of the members came early to socialize with the old acquaintance or meet the new friends. You can relive the wonderful events by click on here and share the photos your friends and colleagues! Once again, thank you for supporting KMDC and our partners.


Updated Date: April 29th, 2016

KKMDC Spring Dinner 2016 - Keynote Speaker: Mr. Stephen Leung, Country Manager of Pfizer Hong Kong


KMDC annual Spring Dinner Event is coming! This year’s event will be held on Wednesday 18th May 2016. This is our annual signature event that often bring some of our best collaborations. Don’t miss it!

In our journey to building learning organizations, engaging People is one of the most important key success factors. Engaging people and team is critical in building a knowledge sharing culture in organizations. Teamwork is essential but it is easier said than done. How can we build engaging teams and get everyone motivated? This year we are truly honored to have Mr. Stephen Leung, Country Manager of Pfizer Hong Kong to share with us on “Building an Engaging Team”. Getting everyone motivated and engaged is possible if we know how. Come join us and learn together!

About the Speaker: Stephen Leung is the Country Manager of Pfizer Hong Kong, who is a registered pharmacist by profession (UK & HK). Stephen has over 30 years of pharmaceutical experience in four different countries (UK, USA, Australia and Hong Kong).
Stephen has a strong passion for building a people-oriented culture. Under Stephen’s leadership, Pfizer won the prestigious Hong Kong Management Association Quality award – Gold Award in 2009. In the same year and in 2012, Stephen was presented with the Global HR Leadership Award. In 2015, Pfizer was presented with the Corporate Citizenship Gold Award by the HK Productivity Council.
Stephen is the Chairman of the Chinese University, School of Pharmacy Advisory Board; Consultative Committee of the School of Nursing, Member of Advisory Council on Food and Environmental Hygiene, Council Member on Human Reproductive Technology, Food and Health Bureau and Council Members of various healthcare related associations. Stephen is a Registered Corporate Coach of the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. He is passionate in inspiring people to reach their full potential.

Date: 18th May 2015 (Wednesday)
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm, Seated at 7:00 pm,
Location: 名爵酒家
The Grand Hal
灣仔港灣道28號灣景中心3樓
3/F, Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Fee: Corporate member - free
Current member - $250
Renewal Member - $500 including membership renewal till May 2017
Guest - $300
New member - $600 including Dinner and one-year membership

Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. Please make your reservation by replying this email below kmdc.info@gmail.com or call 8101-5632 (Miss Grace Lung) for further details. We will confirm your booking and request your payment. We look forward to seeing you!


Updated Date: March 10th, 2016

KM held Networking Drinks Event on March 3rd 2016


KMDC enjoyed a wonderful evening at the Hong Kong University Alumni Association on March 3rd. Honorable Guest Speaker Dr. Ricky Tsui's sharing was well received by the audience. There were great interactions among the members with some positive and fruitful discussions. KMDC would like to thank Dr. Ricky Tsui for his sharing and continual support to KMDC. We look forward to meet with members in upcoming events..


Updated Date: Feb 20th, 2016

KMDC Networking Drinks on March 3rd 2016 (Thursday)


We are pleased to invite you for a KM networking sharing on the hot topic of "Embracing Knowledge Management in a Corporate University" with our honorable guest Dr Ricky Tsui, Director of ARUP. It will be in the form of casual after-work networking drinks event on a Thursday night.

Since we would like to have a closer interaction among the participants, places are limited (15). Therefore, please email us kmdc.info@gmail.com with your name, contact email address, Mobile number, and number of participants by February 22, 2016. Registration will be closed as soon as the seats are filled.

Biography of Guest:

Arup is an international engineering consulting firm. Dr Ricky Tsui is currently the R&D Director and Arup University Leader in East Asia Region. He has been actively facilitating business driven research, mostly in collaboration with universities, to develop applied technologies for the built environment. He is also leading the formulation and implementation of an effective knowledge management (KM) strategy in the region and has particular interest in using KM as a platform to facilitate corporate innovation. He was granted the “Knowledge Management Leadership Award” in 2014 and has led Arup to be the winners of the Asian and HK MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise) Awards for past several years. In 2015, Arup won also the Global (Independent Operating Unit) MAKE Award under his leadership.

Details of the gathering:
Date: Mar 3, 2016 (Thursday)
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Location: Hong Kong University Alumni Association 香港大學校友會 at Central
Room 101, Yip Fung Building, 2 D'Aguilar Street, Central
中環德己立街2號業豐大廈101室
Fee: Cash bar for drinks (pay your own). Light Refreshment sponsored by KMDC



Updated Date: Feb 19th, 2016

KMDC Supports “Decoding Smart City - A holistic discussion of technology and use cases"

KMDC is supporting the coming seminar “Decoding Smart City - A holistic discussion of technology and use cases". As a continuing effort to promote the development of Next Generation Internet technologies and applications in Hong Kong, HKNGIS (the Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society) is pleased to co-organize with IT Services, The University of Hong Kong, a Technical Seminar with the theme “ Decoding Smart City - a holistic discussion of technologies and use cases”, to be held in the afternoon of March 11, 2016 (Friday) in the Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong.

The 2016 Policy Address has devoted a whole section to Digital Development and Smart City, which clearly shows the importance of the Smart City development to the future of Hong Kong. Experts define “Smart City” as a city that utilizes Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in various aspects of city life to meet the demands of its citizens, and that the ICT is implemented in a manner that involves the citizens and has an impact on the community.

In this seminar, expert speakers are invited to share their views and use cases to demonstrate how to apply ICT smartly to build a smart city, including, but not limited to, the application of relevant ICT technologies to communities and cities, transforming life and work environment, discussing how government could interact/ serve its citizens and establishing the respective practices that bring ICT and people together to enhance the innovation and knowledge that they offer.

Click here to find out more about the seminar.

Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society Technical Seminar
Date: March 11, 2016 (Friday)
Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Venue: Room CPD-3.28
3/F Jockey Club Tower
Centennial Campus
The University of Hong Kong


Updated Date: Nov 13th, 2015

KMDC Supports BODW 2015 | KMDC Members Discount Offer


Business of Design Week (BODW) 2015, organized by Hong Kong Design Centre, will be held from November 30 to December 5.

Such an Asia's annual world-class design, innovation and brand event is going to bring the world's most outstanding design masters and influential business figures to lead inspirational sessions in Hong Kong. The speakers will share their innovative case studies and design management skills that fall onto different themes, including Product & Design, Communication & Design, Space & Design, Fashion and Design, IoT & Design, etc. Check out www.bodw.com.

As a supporting organization, KMDC members enjoy 50% off on all types of passes. If you are interested, please register at www.bodw.com using the promotion code on or before 23 November 2015. (For promotion code: please contact kmdc.info@gmail.com or goria.wong@hkdesigncentre.org (3793 8409).


Updated Date: Sept 30th, 2015

KM ASIA to be held in Hong Kong on Nov.18th/19th | KMDC Current Members Discount Offer


'Now in its 15th year, KM Asia is renowned for bringing delegates some of the most globally influential names from the knowledge management sphere. Established as the only pan-Asian KM event, this conference allows you to draw from global as well as local expertise.' KM Asia 2015 will be held for the first time in Hong Kong in November this year. KMDC Chairman, Mr. Eric Chan, will be the chairman of this year's event. Since KMDC is the media and supporting organization of the conference, KMDC has been able to have further discount for our CURRENT KMDC members. You will find more about this event here.

Download KM ASIA Brochure

Enquiries can be made via kmdc.info@gmail.com and 81015632.


Updated Date: Sept 20th, 2015

KM visited HKSAR Gov. Efficiency Unit 1823 Contact Centre on Aug. 29th 2015


KMDC EXCO committee and members visited HKSAR Government Efficiency Unit 1823 Contact Centre on Aug 29th 2015. Members had the opportunities to learn more about the HK MAKE award winner through the presentations as well as discussion during the networking lunch. KMDC would like to thank the Efficiency Unit for the kind arrangements and sharing. You can download the event photos here.


Updated Date: Aug 18th, 2015

KM Visitation on Aug 29th 2015 - "1823 Contact Centre" HKSAR Government Efficiency Unit


We are pleased to organize a tour to the new "1823 Contact Centre" with the support from Efficiency Unit in the morning of 29th August 2015 (Sat).

Efficient Unit has been one of the key drivers of KM within the HKSAR Government. They have been acting as internal consultant to government departments that are interested in running KM initiatives.

One of the KM related initiatives that EU led is the set up of "1823 Contact Centre" integrated back in 2001 with the vision to be the new benchmark for public sector call centre operations and to provide a key driver for the creation of a joined-up government, leveraging the knowledge base co-created by participating governments departments (grown from 5 to 22). They received the HK MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise) Award several years ago.

After the visit, some of you may be interested to join a networking lunch with pioneering KM practitioners across the HKSAR Government. During the lunch, these KM practitioners will share with us their valuable experience in embarking on their KM journey in a causal environment. At the same time, we will also update you on the coming KM Asia 2015 (15th Annual Conference) which will be held for the first time in Hong Kong in November when our chairman Mr. Eric Chan will be chairing the event.

Due to space limitation and ensuring a meaningful interactive discussion, the total number of participants for the visit and lunch will be limited to 20 and 12 respectively, on a first-come first-served basis. Please email you name, email address and contact number to info@kmdc.org. Here are the events details and registration details:

Date: 29 August 2015
Time: 10 am – 11:45 am
Venue : 1823 Center, 10/F Ever Gain Plaza, 88 Container Port Road, Kwai Chung
Fee: $50 (member), $80 (non-member), Free for Corporate member

Lunch and Sharing:
Venue: To be determined. Near Kwai Fong MTR
Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Fee: Around $150, Free for Corporate member.


Updated Date: Aug 2nd, 2015

Special Offer for KMDC Members: 15% off at HKQMA Certificate Program


As one of the supporting organizations, current KMDC members are entitled to a 15% discount at the upcoming Hong Kong Quality Management Association (HKQMA) certificate program ‘Advanced Certificate in Service Quality & Registered Quality Manager’. Click here to download the information.

Enquiries & Enrollment: Miss Ann Sit : Tel: 2581 2210
Email: enquiry@hkqma.org


Updated Date: July 31st, 2015

KMDC Annual Dinner 2015 - Thank You and Photos


It is a pleasure to have met so many old friends and new acquaintances in our KMDCAnnual Dinner 2015 last month. We have heard many great praises from some of the participants; we feel we must take this opportunity to express our thanks to you who have made this event successful.

To our two lively speakers, Dr. Liu Wing Sun and Mr. Benjamin Linh, we must particularly thank them for their lively presentation and sharing on their views on Fast Fashion industry. Dr. Liu has pointed out how fashion cultures around the world were nurtured. Whereas, Mr. Linh has attributed a “Rapid Growth” retailer approached creativity with strong conviction and high degree of respect to individual. The ad hoc exchanges session was so enlightening and it demonstrated how academic and practice converge to a common ground.

We would like to express our gratitude to Mr. Freddie Tang from VMWare who has sponsored our table gifts and we thank all our corporate members, members and student members for your continuing support.

Finally, I would like to thank all our volunteers who had made the event seemed effortless, but only in disguise.

Please share this enjoyable event with your friends and colleagues from the following link:https://storage.biznetvigator.com/OwOFNMyb

Best Regards,

Vice Chairman of KMDC
Philip Chin


Updated Date: April 30th, 2015

KMDC Annual Dinner 2015



We are pleased to invite you for the KM Annual Dinner in Yau Yat Chuen Garden City Club on May 19, 2015 (Tuesday). At this gathering, our honorable guests Mr. Benjamin Linh and Dr. Liu Wing Sun will share the hot topic of “FAST FASHION IN ACTION”.

The latest global fashion trends, novel local culture and passion, invasion from new growing brands, shortened design and development cycle, the regional weather forecast, and the ever changing consumers demand! The fashion retail industry is constantly challenged by changing factors in the local and global markets. What formula is used for brands and retailers to survive and succeed? How are decisions made when the only constant in the fashion retail market is CHANGE?

KMDC is delighted to announce that this year’s Annual Dinner to be held on May 19, 2015 (Tuesday). It is our annual gathering for our friends in the Knowledge Management Community. This year’s event will be held at Yau Yat Chuen Garden City Club in Kowloon Tong.

We are grateful to have Dr. LIU Wing Sun, Lecturer at the Institute of Textiles & Clothing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Mr. Benjamin LINH, a 25-year veteran in the FAST Fashion industry, to speak at this year’s annual dinner.

Dr. Liu will be speaking on the impact of local passion and culture to the growth and development of successful fashion brands, as well as the theory behind the success of fast fashion leaders.

Our Chairman Mr. Eric Chan will then facilitate an interactive discussion with practitioner, Mr. Linh, focusing on his hands on experience in the fast fashion industry such as creation of a brand new product line / brand, where culture building, talent engagement and knowledge transfer play an important role.

Speaker Profile:
Dr. Liu Wing Sun is a Lecturer at the Institute of Textiles & Clothing within Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the MA Fashion & Textiles Program Leader, in charge of the Global Fashion Management Specialism. He is in the editorial boards of Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, Fashion, Style and Popular Culture. He is working on a project to explore the consumption culture in Hong Kong with the hope to expand it to different regions of China.
Mr Benjamin Linh is a veteran in the fast fashion industry. He has over 25 years of experience working in various capacities along the fast fashion supply chain, including merchandising, business & market development, quality assurance and talent engagement. Mr Linh has worked in a number of well-known global fashion companies over his 25+ years of tenure including H&M, AMC (later become part of Target), Dodwell (Inchcape Buying Serviced), etc.

Date: 19th May 2015 (Tuesday)
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm, Seated at 7:00 pm,
Location: Yau Yat Chuen Garden City Club
2/F Chinese Restaurant
7 Cassia Road, Yau Yat Chuen, Kowloon, Hong Kong
http://www.yycclub.org
Fee: Corporate member - free (Max 2)
Current member - $300
Renewal Member - $600 including membership renewal till June 2016
Guest - $400
New member - $700 including Dinner and one-year membership


Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. Please make your reservation by replying this email below kmdc.info@gmail.com or call 8101-5632 (Miss Grace Lung) for further details. We will confirm your booking and request your payment. We look forward to seeing you!


Updated Date: March 11th, 2015

KM Sharing Event on March 27th



We are pleased to invite you for a KM sharing on the hot topic of startup companies and local innovation plus IP (Intellectual Property) Protection with our honorable guests Mr. Alex Cheng, co-founder of Foodfinder.Today and MD of CatalystVC Group and Mr. Elrick Lai, IP Consultant of HKPC. It will be in the form of casual After-work Networking drinks event on a Friday night.

Since we would like to have a closer interaction among the participants, places are limited. Details of the event are as follows:
Date: 27th March 2015 (Friday)
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Location: United Services Recreation Club (USRC) at Jordan
Fee: $80 (1 drink and snack included. Corporate members (2) are free)


Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. If you are interested in this event, please email us with your Name, Email Address and Contact Phone Number at kmdc.info@gmail.com by Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Once registration is confirmed, you may be requested to deposit $80 to KMDC bank account (HSBC: 404-161275-001) to secure your place. We look forward to seeing you!

Biography of Guests

Alex is a Serial Entrepreneur, Startup Advisor & Venture Capitalist. He is currently the co-founder of FoodFinder.Today and co-founder and Managing Director of the startup accelerator firm CatalystVC. He has been in the market walking through investment banking, dot-com and Apps. Mentor of Google Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Program 2014. Alex graduated from Columbia University with a degree of Computer Science and also holding a Master degree of Investment Management from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Elrick is an IP consultant of Hong Kong Productivity Council. He has worked as Engineer – Intellectual Property for over 10 years. His experiences include IP management, patent searching and analyzing patent data.

Location Map of the Venue

United Services Recreation Club Limited
1 Gascoigne Road, King's Park, Kowloon
Tel: 3966 8600 Fax: 2724 0949

MTR:
Three (3) minutes walk from Jordan Station, Exit through B2 exit

Bus:
Via Gascoigne Road: 2C, 6F, 13X, 26 30X, 93K, 98D, 100, 102, 102R, 104, 105, 112, 114, 117, 118, N122, 171, 300
Via Jordan Road: 2E, 11, 14, A22, E23, 100



 

 


Updated Date: January 12th, 2015

The KM Journey of Tencent



To start the new year of 2015, KMDC is organizing a dinner gathering on Thursday, 5th February 2015 when we can share our past year knowledge management experience and activities.

In this evening, we will have Mr. Qiu Mingfeng (邱明丰), Director, R&D Management Department of Tencent, China and Mr. Anthony Mak, Senior Statistician, Census & Statistical Department, HKSAR as our guest speakers.

Founded in November, 1998, Tencent has grown into one of China's largest and most used Internet service portal. Since its establishment over the last decade, Tencent has maintained steady growth under its user-oriented operating strategies. On 16 June, 2004, Tencent Holdings Limited (SEHK 700) went public on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. It is Tencent's mission to enhance the quality of human life through Internet services. As of 31 Dec, 2012, the active QQ users accounts for QQ IM amounted to 798.2 million while its peak concurrent users reached 176.4 million. The development of Tencent has profoundly influenced the ways hundreds of millions of Internet users communicate with one another as well as their lifestyles.’ (Source: Click here ). In order to meet this mission, Tencent engages Knowledge Management as one of the key management strategies for the company. Hence, we are excited to have Mr Qiu shares “The KM Journey of Tencent ” (知識管理分享) with us. Mr Qiu is also one of the organizers of the first “China KM Practitioner Union Congress” which was held on 28th August 2014, Shenzhen. You may not want to miss this sharing opportunity again if you were unable to attend the Congress last time.

Mr Mak, another honorable guest speaker, who has been practicing KM systems and processes in the past years, frequently shares the KM practices in government with our community. He has spoken to us “New Ways of Working: The collaboration platform of the government Statistical Service of Hong Kong” during last November sharing dinner. This time, he will further elaborate on this topic and update us of the latest key achievements and change management.

In addition to the two great talks, you will be able to have time to share or learn KM through socialization among the group of KM experts and practitioners over the sumptuous food. Details of the event are as follows:
Date: 5th February 2015 (Thursday)
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm, Seated at 7:00 pm,
Location: 名爵酒家
The Grand Hal
灣仔港灣道28號灣景中心3樓
3/F, Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Fee: Corporate member - free
Current member - $300
Renewal Member - $600 including membership renewal till February 2016
Guest - $400
New member - $700 including Dinner and one-year membership


Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. Please make your reservation by replying this email below kmdc.info@gmail.com or call 8101-5632 (Miss Grace Lung) for further details. We will confirm your booking and request your payment. We look forward to seeing you!

 

 


Updated Date: October 12th, 2014

KM Sharing Dinner Fall 2014



KMDC is delighted to announce a KM Sharing Dinner to be held on Thursday, 6th November 2014. This is one of the many gatherings that KMDC is organizing to celebrate our 10th Anniversary this year.

We are honored to have Mr. Anthony Mak, Census & Statistical Department (C&SD) to share with us on the “New Ways of working: The collaboration platform of the Government Statistical Services of Hong Kong”. To many of our KMDC members, Anthony is no stranger. He has been a true supporter for Knowledge Management and an acclaimed collaboration expert.

Dr. Victor Leung and Mr. Frankie Lai, our EXCO members had attended the “China KM Practitioner Union Congress” on 28th August this year. Over 260 KM practitioners from major corporations, such as Huawei, Tencent, Lenovo etc were present. Victor & Frankie will give us an overview about the event and the current status of KM development in China.

Here are details of the gathering:
Date: 6th November 2014 (Thursday)
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm, Seated at 7:00 pm,
Location: 名爵酒家
The Grand Hal
灣仔港灣道28號灣景中心3樓
3/F, Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Fee: Corporate member - free
Current member - $250
Renewal Member - $500 including membership renewal till October 2015
Guest - $300
New member - $600 including Dinner and one-year membership


Once again, registration is on first-come first-served basis. Please complete and return the Registration Form and the bank-in slip to us at your earliest possible convenience. For further details, please call 8103 5632 or email us at kmdc.info@gmail.com . We will close the registration once the seats are filled. We look forward to seeing you!

 

 


Updated Date: Sept 15th, 2014

KMDC members get 20% discount for KM Asia 2014



KM Asia - Networking, collaboration, and technology will be held in Singapore this year from Nov 18-20th. This year’s international programme will not disappoint, with world-class keynotes standing alongside award-winning case studies from across the continent. KMDC will once again be one of the supporting organizations for KM Asia and our members will be eligeble for a 20% discount. You can download the registration form here .


Updated Date: June 27th, 2014

KMDC visited Huawei Technologies with Nancy Dixon



Over twenty KMDC members and friends had a very fruitful visit to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on 21 June 2014. We are grateful to Mr Tan Xin De, Head of KM Department, to share his company’s KM process and stories with us. Also, we were excited and honored to have Nancy Dixon, a KM guru, to facilitate our KM sharing among the visitors and Huawei staff through the KM cafe.’

 

 


Updated Date: June 10th, 2014

KMDC organize trip to Huawei on June 21st 2014



KMDC is organizing a day trip to Huawei Technologies Company Limited (www.huawei.com) at Huawei Industrial Base, Bantian Longgang, Shenzhen, China on 21 June 2014 (Saturday).

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology solutions provider, sometimes referred to by industry analysts as the Cisco of China. Huawei considers customer-centric innovation and open collaboration (sharing knowledge, information, experiences and capabilities) as the company’s critical success factors. Huawei adopts a groundbreaking rotating CEO system in which a small group of executives takes turn to fulfill CEO duties in order to leverage collective wisdom from the leadership team to drive growth and expansion. Currently, Huawei is the world’s largest telecom equipment maker in terms of sales revenue.

KMDC is honoured to have a chance again to organize a learning trip to Huawei headquarters, to get a first-hand view of knowledge management in Huawei. KM practitioners from Huawei would join our sharing session and lunch during the visit.

Dr Nancy Dixon (www.commonknowledge.org), the author of the classic KM book “Common Knowledge: How Companies Thrive by Sharing what They Know”, is currently an advisor to Huawei on KM strategy. She would also join us in our sharing. Don’t miss the golden chance to talk directly to a KM guru during our visit to Huawei.

The rundown is as follows:

8:45 – 9:00 Gather at Lok Ma Chau Station
9:00 – 10:00 Travel to Huawei Headquarters by tour bus (45 minutes)
10:00 – 10:45 Brief introduction of Huawei and presentation of its KM Journey
10:45 – 11:00 Tea-break
11:00 – 11:45 Knowledge sharing with Huawei
11:45 – 12:45 Tour in Huawei (?)
12:45 – 14:30 Lunch and knowledge sharing with the participants
14:30 – 15:15 Travel to Lok Ma Chau Station (45 minutes)


Fee: Current Member ($250), Renewed Member ($550, including membership renewal till June 2015), New Member ($650, including one-year membership), Non-Member ($450), Corporate Member (free, limited to 2). (Fee includes lunch, transport from Lok Ma Chau Station to Huawei and from lunch venue to the Station)

Priority: Only 20 seats are available. Priority will be given to current and renewed members and on first come first served basis.

If you are interested in this visit, please send email to kmdc.info@gmail.com by 17 June 2014 (Tuesday). Registration will be closed as soon as the seats are filled. Successful registrants will be informed on 18 June 2014.

 

 


Updated Date: May 25th, 2014

KMDC kicked off its 10th Anniversary Celebration with Sharing Dinner Event with Ms. Susanna Shen, CIO of Towngas



We received tremendous responses to KMDC first celebration event for its 10th Anniversary this year. It was a full house attendance with over 50 members and guests. All attendees were actively catching up with one another during the cocktail and dinner time. An highlight of the dinner was the KM sharing by Ms Susanna Shen, CIO of Towngas.

 

 


Updated Date: April 20th, 2014

KM Sharing Dinner Event featuring Ms. Susanna Shen, CIO of Towngas on “Providing Value to Business using Knowledge and Information”



KMDC will celebrate its 10th Anniversary in this year. Since 2005, we have been walking through the KM journey with our members for more than 10 years. We would like to have different events and gatherings this year to celebrate with our members and guests to mark this special occasion. We will start with the KM Sharing Dinner Event on May 15th.

In this dinner gathering, we are honoured to have Ms. Susanna Shen, CIO of Towngas, to share with us on the topic “Providing Value to Business using Knowledge and Information”. Ms. Shen was awarded “2012 Best Value CIO Award” by China-based CIO network IT Value. Under her leadership, Towngas has recently been awarded the “Asian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award 2013”.

Since 1992, Towngas has been implementing KM initiatives by demonstrating their expertise, corporate culture, management systems and code of conduct practice to over 100 joint ventures. In addition to winning the MAKE award 2013, the company was also named Top Winner of the “Hong Kong Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise Award” and the “Best in Knowledge Culture Award”, for excellent performance in KM. The Company’s strong performance in KM and intellectual capital enables Towngas to develop a diverse business in Hong Kong, Mainland China and across the rest of Asia. So how does Towngas successfully manage its knowledge and information assets in providing true value to the business? Join us on May 15th to find out more!

Here are details of the gathering:
Date: 15th May 2014 (Thursday)
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm, Guest presentation at 7:15 pm,
Dinner at 8:15 pm
Location: Hong Kong University Alumni Association
Room 101, Yip Fung Building, 2 D'Aguilar Street, Central
Fee: Corporate member - free
Current member - $250
Renewal Member - $500 including membership renewal till April 2015
Guest - $300
New member - $600 including Dinner and one-year membership


KMDC will introduce other 10th Anniversary events at the Dinner. Please make your reservation by sending an email to kmdc.info@gmail or call 8101-5632 (Miss Grace Lung) for further details. We look forward to seeing you!

 

 


Updated Date: Oct 27th, 2013

KMDC supports BODW 2013!



The Business of Design Week 2013, an Asia's leading annual event on design innovation and brands, will be held on December 03-07. KMDC is one of the supporting organizations. As our member, you can enjoy 20% discount to 3-day or 1-day passes.

For online registration, please visit BODW website: 2013.bodw.com, click the button "Registration", then press "Register Now", then select "Supporting Organisation" button. Please note that the promotional code for supporting organisation is "20132001"; and follow the instruction to register.

Alternative, forms for Individual and Group registrations are available by click on this links respectively. All completed forms can be returned to BODW Conference Secretariat, Swire Travel Ltd., via email to bodw2013@swiretravel.com or via fax to +852-2590-0099

 

 


Updated Date: Oct 19th, 2013

KM sharing on 'Game-changing through Design & Innovation' on 9 October 2013

KMDC express her sincere appreciation to Dr. Edmund Lee on sharing his experience and wise in Design lead to Leadership, let public have "WOW" on product and services.

 

KMDC support NGIS Technical Seminar: Issues in BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) on 11 October 2013

 

 

Updated Date: Septemer 27, 2013

KM sharing on 'Game-changing through Design & Innovation' (9 October 2013)


According to the Global Competiveness Report 2013, Hong Kong is the seventh most competitive economy in the world. Although the ranking is up two places from last year, the World Economic Forum, which published the report, has recommended that the territory must improve in the fields of higher education and innovation. Since innovation is one of the key components for an organization to sustain its competitive advantages, it is a warning sign for us who is living in Hong Kong.


In today's fast changing business world, innovation does not just mean creation of new ideas, it also includes the speed of creating, recognizing and turning the new ideas into reality. Innovation is also highly dependent on the availability of the knowledge and the process of creating and managing it.


This is an invitation to you for a KM sharing on 'Game-changing through Design & Innovation'. We are pleased to have Dr Edmund Lee, Executive Director of Hong Kong Design Centre to facilitate the sharing.


Hong Kong Design Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising Hong Kong's profile as a design hub of creativity and innovation, driving value creation through design and innovation. This is a good opportunity to 'pick' Dr Lee's brain on a less formal environment on the evening of October 9 over a social drink. Dr Lee will show us the innovation process in the organization, ie from knowledge creation to deliver meaningful change, solutions and impact through design leadership and enterprising creativity. Dr Lee's bio is attached below..


The sharing is designed to be of closer interaction among the participants, therefore places are limited (max 18).
Please make your reservation by emailing us at
info@kmdc.org by October 3 (Thursday).

Here are the details of the gathering:


Date: Oct 9, 2013 (Wed)
Time: 6:30 -8:15pm (6:30 socialization, 7:00pm - sharing)
Location: 2-4/F, Dorset House, Butterfield Club, TaiKoo Place, Quarry Bay (MTR Quarry Bay Station, Exit A)
Fee: $70 (member), $100 (nonmember), Corporate members are free (max 2)
Dinner with Dr. Lee (shared bill)

Dr Edmund Lee Tak-yue

Executive Director of Hong Kong Design Centre

Dr Edmund Lee is Executive Director of Hong Kong Design Centre, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to raising Hong Kong's profile as a design hub of creativity and innovation, driving value creation through design and innovation. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of arts, commerce and manufactures. Dr Lee currently serves as Board Director of PMQ, Member of the Design Council of The Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Hong Kong Brand Development Council, Advisory Committee on Design, Licensing and Marketing of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, and the International Advisory Committee of The Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation. He also serves as Chairman, Design Faculty Advisory Committee of Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong. Other public duties include chairmanship or membership of a number of professional management bodies and service organisations. Dr Lee received his PhD in biotechnology from King's College London and MBA from Warwick Business School. He also completed advanced training in nonprofit management at Harvard Business School on HBS Club Scholarship.

 

 



Updated Date: September 27, 2013

HKNGIS Technical Seminar: Issues in BYOD - Bring Your Own Device (11 October 2013)


You are invited to join the technical seminar, "Issues in BYOD - Bring your own Device", organized by The Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society and supported by KMDC. The seminar will be held on October 11, 2013 (Friday) at 2:00 pm in the Cliftons Hong Kong at Level 5, Hutchison House, 10 Harcourt Road, Central, Hong Kong


Below are the seminar details.  Admission to the seminar is free and interested person can register for attendance at www.hkngis.hk.  Seats are limited.

 

Bring Your Own Device

Technical Seminar

The Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society (HKNGIS) is pleased to announce the organization of a Technical Seminar to be held on October 11, 2013 in Cliftons Hong Kong. With the wide proliferation of hand-held devices, BYOD - Bring Your Own Device has become a buzz word in the business community and there are heated discussions on the pros and cons of deploying the strategy of allowing employees to use one’s own devices in an organization and how it may impact business operations. The theme of this technical seminar is to bring into proper prospective the various issues of introducing BYOD practices in business organizations and is intended for IT managers and professionals.

HKNGIS is pleased to have invited Dr Steven J Cannon, Executive Vice President, The University of Hong Kong, to give the opening address, and Mr Peter Koo, Partner, Enterprises Risk Services, Greater China Region, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu to be the Keynote Speaker for this BYOD technical seminar. And we have also invited speakers from Cisco, H3C and Aruba to share their expertise on technologies and issues related to BYOD. Admission to the seminar is free.

Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society Technical Seminar

Date: 11 October, 2013 (Friday)
Time: 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Venue: Cliftons Hong Kong
Level 5, Hutchison House, 10 Harcourt Road, Central

Agenda


Time

Theme of Seminar:
Issues in BYOD - Bring Your Own Device

2:00-2:15pm

Registration

2:15-2:25pm

Welcome by HKNGIS

2:25-2:40pm

Opening Address: Dr Steven J CANNON, Executive Vice President, The University of Hong Kong

2:40-3:20pm

Keynote Address : Is BYOD Your Worst Nightmare?
Mr Peter KOO, Partner, Enterprises Risk Services, Greater China Region, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

3:20-3:35pm

Tea Break

3:35-4:10pm

Technical Seminar I: BYOD- How to build and secure your next generation workspace
Mr Eric NG, Technical Solutions Architect, Enterprise Networking Group, Cisco Greater China

4:10-4:45pm

Technical Seminar II: How to address Today's BYOD Challenges
Ms Debbie LEUNG, Product Manager, H3C

4:45-5:20pm

Technical Seminar III: Best Practices for Managing BYOD Solution
Mr Dicky LEUNG, ClearPass Consultant, Aruba APAC

5:20-5:25pm

Lucky Draw

5:30pm

End of Programme

(Presentations mainly in Cantonese / English)

 

Organizer:

Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society


Co-organizers:

Hong Kong Information Technology Joint Council
(HKITJC)

 

 

 

Supporting Organizations:

British Computer Society (Hong Kong Section)

Hong Kong Computer Society

Hong Kong Software Industry Association

Internet Professional Association

ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter

Knowledge Management Development Centre

 Diamond Sponsors:

Aruba Networks

Cisco

H3C Technologies Co., Limited

 

 

Gold Sponsors:

Rotec Technology Ltd.

 

 

Lucky Draw Sponsor:

HGC

PCCW

 

 


Updated Date: Jun 28th, 2013

2013 KMDC Annual Dinner on May 15th 2013

 

At 2013 KMDC Annual Dinner, we celebrated our friendship with our members, partners, old and new acquaintances.  Both KMDC and our guests appreciated the KM sharing from our panel speakers: Miss Alice Chan (TWGH), Mr Anthony Mak (C&SD), Mr Frankie Lai (Huawei) and Mr Simon Yip (HKPC).

    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
  
 

Full set photographs available for browsing.  Click to have slideshow.

 

 

Updated Date: April. 28th, 2013

2013 KMDC Annual Dinner to be held on May 15th 2013.

 

We are pleased to inform you that the 2013 KMDC Annual Dinner will be held on Wednesday, 15th May, 2013 at World Trade Centre Club Hong Kong.

 

As our tradition, the dinner will be filled with delicious food, excellent speaker, and most of all great companionship. This year, we have a new format for our sharing session – instead of one speaker, four KM practitioners who are also the key drivers in their organizations will share their KM journeys in a panel. Our panel speakers are: Miss Alice Chan, Principal Human Resources Manager, Tung Wah Group of Hospital; Mr Anthony Mak, Senior Statistician, Census and Statistics Department, HKSAR; Mr Simon Yip, Senior Consultant, Hong Kong Productivity Council and Mr Frankie Lai, Manager, Knowledge Management & Training Office, Huawei Technologies Company Ltd.

 

You can also seek advice from the panel during the Q&A session which will be facilitated by our Chairman, Eric Chan.

 

Half of the seats have already been taken from our members through early registration.Therefore, please act fast to reserve a place for you, your colleagues and your friends.Details of the dinner program and registration form are enclosed.

 

For those who have booked the place earlier, please make the payment by 3rd May 2013, failing which your place would be released to others.

 

Download Invitation Details and Registration form today! Seats are limited.

 

 


Updated Date: Dec 19, 2012

KMDC Visit Huawei Headquarter in Shenzhen



A Drizzling day that turned so Dazzling!

Saturday, 8th December 2012, it was a cold morning with light drizzle. KMDC has organized a field trip for our members to Huawei Headquarter in Shenzhen, China. On hindsight, we were not prepared for such an eye-opening event.

In the center of Huawei Campus, we were greeted by Mr. Frankie Lai 鞈渡?摰? who is leading Huawei global KM initiative. Over warm coffee and light breakfast, we listened to Mr. Lai’s presentation about the development of KM in Huawei, how the KM definition has been evolving within Huawei, from process oriented KM to people oriented KM. We were shown how KM played an important role in the fast-growing Chinese enterprise, now a world leader in telecommunication in a mere 25 years.

Apart from the warm hospitality received, KMDC members were treated, in first-hand the setting, with demonstrations of a state-of-the-art enterprise level telecommunication devices and facilities, including a reality video conference demonstration. There was strong enthusiasm and pride shown by our host.

The visit concluded with a delicious lunch joined by Mr Jack Zhang, President of an integrated Product Line Development, on a nice patio under the warm autumn sun…..

We were all dazzled.

Merry Christmas everyone!

 

 


Updated Date: Oct. 8th, 2012

KMDC supports BODW 2012!



The Business of Design Week 2012, an Asia’s leading annual event on design innovation and brands, will be held on December 03-08. KMDC is one of the supporting organizations. As our member, you can enjoy 20% discount to 3-day or 1-day passes.

Please visit BODW website: www.bodw.com, click the button “Registration, then press “Register Now”, then select “Supporting Organisation” button. Please note that the promotional code for supporting organisation is “20122001” and follow the instruction to register.

 

 


Updated Date: Sept. 10th, 2012

KMDC organizes visit to 1823 Call Centre of the Efficiency Unit, HKSAR – Oct 13th 2012.
[This EVENT is FULL, please join us next time]


As requested by many of you, KMDC is organizing a tour to 1823 Call Centre of the Efficiency Unit, HKSAR. During the KMDC Annual Dinner 2012 back in May, Mr. WF Yuk, Assistant Director of the Efficiency Unit, shared how the 1823 Call Centre uses Knowledge management practices to efficiently and effectively support the thousands of calls received daily. KMDC is grateful for the opportunity to visit this award winning call centre on Oct 13, 2012. Click here to download the EVENT DETAILS .

Program:
1. Presentation on how the Intellectual Capital Management works in 1823 Call Centre
2. Demonstration of the Knowledge Management System
3. Tour at the 1823 Call Centre
Language:
Cantonese
Participants Limit:
Limited to 25 Participants
Date & Time:
13 October 2012 (Saturday), 10am -12noon

Venue:
1823 Call Centre
17/F Chinachem Tsuen Wan Plaza
455-457 Castle Peak Road
Tsuen Wan

Registration Fee:
KMDC Corporate Member: Free
KMDC Member: HK$50.00
Any guest accompanying a Member (Limit to one per Member) HK$50.00
Non-member: HK$150.00
If register as a member or renewing the membership at the same time, event fee will be waived

 

 


Updated Date: Aug. 15th, 2012

KMDC supports KM Asia 2012



KM Asia 2012 will be held this year on 6-8 November 2012 in Singapore. KMDC will once again be one of the supporting organizations. KM Asia is now in its twelfth year of delivering the latest knowledge management strategies from around the world direct to Singapore and the wider Asian region. This year we have senior knowledge practitioners from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India and Japan to present their experiences and case studies of KM in Asia. We also have speakers from the UK and USA to give you the latest theory and practices from Europe and North America. For more information please download the event info here.

 

 


Updated Date: June. 15th, 2012

KMDC supports MBS Business Summit 2012: World Economic Outlook: What’s Next?



KMDC is one of supporting organizations for this year's MBS Business Summit 2012. To celebrate 20th Anniversary of Manchester Business School (MBS) in Asia, Manchester Business School Alumni Association (China) presents the 2012 Summit themed World Economic Outlook: What’s Next? The European financial crisis not only impacted the western economies over the past year but it has also deeply affected the confidence of global markets. In view of this timely economic issue, the MBS Business Summit-cum-luncheon aims to provide insights on the current and medium term outlook for the world economy, risks and potential opportunities for investors and the trend of emerging Asian economies. As members of KMDC, you can join the event at the discounted rate of HK$1,800 (Regular price at HK$2,300). You can download the flyer here.


MBS Business Summit 2012: World Economic Outlook: What’s Next?

Date:
(Thur) 12th July, 2012, 9am – 2pm
Venue:
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room S421
Organiser:
Manchester Business School Alumni Association (China)
Co-organiser:
Manchester Business School

 

 


Updated Date: May. 30th, 2012

KMDC Annual Dinner 2012 successfully held on May 24th 2012.



KMDC Annual Dinner was successfully held on Thursday 24th May 2012 at World Trade Centre Club Hong Kong. The evening was filled with fun games, great food and lots of fruitful discussions among current and new members. KMDC would like to thank Mr. W.F. Yuk from Efficiency Unit of HKSAR and Mr. Ricky Lo of EMC for their wonderful sharing. Stay tuned for more wonderful KMDC events in the months to come.

 

 


Updated Date: May. 10th, 2012

KMDC Annual Dinner 2012


KMDC Annual Dinner will be held on 24th May 2012 (Thursday) at World Trade Centre Club Hong Kong, Causeway Bay.


As our tradition, the dinner will be filled with delicious food, excellent speaker, and most precious of all, great companionship. This year we have invited Mr. W.F. Yuk of Efficiency Unit of HKSAR and Mr. Ricky Lo of EMC to share their success story of helping HKSAR in implementing KM. The Efficiency Unit of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region reports directly to the Chief Secretary for Administration. The Unit is tasked with pursuing the Government’s commitment to transforming the management and delivery of public services so that the community’s needs are met in the most effective and efficient manner. It aims to advance the delivery of world-class public services to the people of Hong Kong and to provide strategic and implementable solutions for government services.


We are pleased to inform you that, as a current member, you are FREE for the dinner party. However, it will be on a first-come-first-serve basis as we have limited seats of 30 only. While each current member will enjoy one free seat, Corporate Members will be entitled to two free seats. Because of the limited seating, each member may bring one guest or new member whom will be charged at a normal rate of HK$500. Download the Registration form HERE.

Speaker: Mr. WF Yuk, Assistant Director, Efficiency Unit, HKSAR Government
Date: 24th May 2012 (Thursday)
Venue:
 
 
擐皜臭?鞎踵?銝剖???br> World Trade Centre Club Hong Kong
????憯急???80??鞎蹂葉敹?8璅?br> 38/F, World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, H.K.
Cost: HK$500 per person
Current or renewing member : HK$100 registration fee only
Time: 6:15 p.m. registration & cocktail, 7:15 seated

 

 


Updated Date: May. 2nd, 2012

KMDC April Networking function successfully held on April 26, 2012


About 20 KMDC members and friends had attended social networking function at Butterfield’s Club, Quarry bay. Besides catching up the KM activities among us over the drinks, our Chairman Eric Chan has shared his knowledge on Cloud Computing.


The hype about Cloud Computing and its paradigm shift for the consumerisation of computer power is making a big noise in the entire commercial world (not just the ICT industry). Could KM benefit from Cloud? Mr. Eric Chan, who is a veteran in the ICT industry responsible for driving Cloud development for his company, has shared his insights with group. After the drinks, some stayed for dinner to continue to update recent KM trends.


 

 


Updated Date: Apr. 20th, 2012

KMDC April Networking function


KMDC will held a social networking function at Butterfield’s Club, Quarry bay held on April 26 (Thu) from 6:00pm -7:30 pm. Besides catching up the KM activities among us over the drinks, our Chairman Eric Chan would also like to share his knowledge on Cloud Computing.


The hype about Cloud Computing and its paradigm shift for the consumerisation of computer power is making a big noise in the entire commercial world (not just the ICT industry). Could KM benefit from Cloud? Local ICT industry is pushing SAR Govt to set up an Innovation & Technology Bureau as well as developing Hong Kong as a regional Data Center/Cloud Hub. Is this going to fly ? How could Cloud business model help KM development in Hong Kong?


If you are interested, please email kmdc.info@gmail.com or call 8101 5632.

 


Updated Date: Apr. 5th, 2012

KMDC supports Hong Kong Next Generation Internet Society


The notion of “internet-of-things” enabled by new technology such as IPv6 and Cloud Computing promised to improve the quality of living for individuals and enhanced productivity for organizations. Fundamentally it is knowledge embedded into products, devices and network as a result of good knowledge management (customer, process and technology). KMDC is pleased to be a supporting organization for the seminar organized by the HONG KONG NEXT GENERATION INTERNET SOCIETY on 9 March 2012 at the Hong Kong Productivity Center. Deputy Head of OGCIO and Head of China Research Network CERNET were amongst the keynote speakers.

 

 


 

 

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