AKMA provides a platform for professional learning, networking, research and cooperation among government institutions, academics, business practitioners and knowledge workers in Asia. With an in-depth understanding of the new economy, new business models plus its comprehensive training programs, AKMA will assist individuals and companies in Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific Region to transform and maintain a competitive advantage in today's knowledge-based economy.
AKMA’s vision is to play a leading role in the development of knowledge management practices in Asia. AKMA will provide its members with valuable services, training and recognition in the field of knowledge management, so that they will become strong contenders in the new economy.
Video: Sydney Harbour Knowledge Cafe
On 25th October 2007 I ran a Knowledge Cafe in Sydney. It was hosted by Annalie Killian of AMP on the 25th Floor of their building overlooking Sydney Harbour.
The Cafe was on the theme "What will be the impact of Social Tools within Organizations?" which I co-facilitated with Helen Paige who is regional director of the Gurteen Knowledge Community in Adelaide. About 70 people attended. It was a great evening.
If you are interested in Knowledge Management, the
or the role of conversation in organizational life then you my be interested in this online book I am writing on
The Gurteen Knowledge Community is a global learning community
of over 21,000 people in 160 countries across the world.
The community is for people who are committed to making a difference:
people who wish to share and learn from each other and who strive to see
the world differently, think differently and act differently.
Membership of the Gurteen Knowledge Community is free.