KM Asia 2016 – 30 November

In its simplest form, Knowledge Management (KM) is the efficient management of information within an organisation. But to many professionals that help an organisation deliver its medium to long-term objectives and increase profitability, KM means a great deal more than this. KM unites people, processes and technology to produce measurable results that help an organisation reach its full potential.

Now in its 16th year, KM Asia is renowned for helping delegates uncover cutting-edge knowledge management best practice, and providing them with new ideas about how to bring about success and how to work more efficiently.

Presenting some of the most globally influential names from the knowledge management sphere, KM Asia is established as the only pan-Asian KM event, allowing you to draw from global as well as local expertise.

We’ve drawn upon past KM Asia feedback to bring you a programme with more perspectives and more varied expertise delivered via a range of sessions, taking different formats. However you learn best, you’ll benefit from:

* Interactive sessions designed to allow you to ask questions, provide feedback and collaborate with your fellow delegates.

* Case studies allowing you to learn from others’ experiences and take away best practice knowledge that you can apply at your organisation.

on Wednesday November 30, 2016 at 9:00 am (ends Thursday December 01, 2016 at 4:40 pm)

Venue details: The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, China Hong Kong City, 33 City Canton Road, Tsimshatshui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Category: Conferences | Business & Economics | Legal


Standard rate: HKD 12962,
Early bird 1: Book before 16 September (Save 20%): HKD 10364,
Early bird 2: Book before 28 October (Save 10%): HKD 11657,
Group discount: 3-5 people. (Save 25% on each event place): HKD 9721.50,
Group discount: 6-8 (Save 30% on each event place): HKD 9073

Speakers: Philippe Blanchard (International Olympic Committee), Eric Chan (Knowledge Management Development Centre), David Gurteen (Gurteen Knowledge), Barry Byrne (Irish Defence Forces), Frankie Lai (Huawei Technologies), Janis Record (DLA Piper), Carla Sapsford Maloney (Strategic Knowledge Partners), Kaushik Roy (Save the Children), Ron Young (British Standards Institution), Eric Hunter (Bradford & Barthel), Bill Kaplan (Working Knowledge CSP), Professor Eric Tsui (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Madhukar Kalsapura (Knowurture Health Solutions), Hari Prasad (Wipro), Adeline Chin Yih Fen (Messrs Shook Lin & Bok),

Organiser Name ARK Group (UK)
Contact: Caroline Friend
0207 324 2321