Hong Kong based since 1989. I’ve been involved in records management, information management and knowledge management for most of my working life. They are all quite related and steal from each other shamelessly, which is fine with me. I’m interested in how do we decide what knowledge we have is important enough to manage? How can we cooperate with others to share what we know? How can we use the knowledge we have for a more effective, efficient and less stiff-ridden working environment? Why are there so many failed attempts when we use information technology? How can we organize knowledge so it most useful?
I run my own consultancy practice as Principal of Knowledge Management Services based in Hong Kong. I have more than 25 years working experience in knowledge, records and information management at New York University Law School, Philip Morris International, Hong Kong Airport Authority, Galaxy Entertainment Group (Macau) and the HK Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Co., Limited.
I’ve worked and lived in the United States, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau and Switzerland. I have an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from the University of South Carolina and a Masters of Science in Knowledge Management from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University where I received a scholarship as student of the year 2008/2009.
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