Let's Talk about the Faster Horse your Clients Wanted


2021-03-25 18:30 to 19:30


Zoom meeting

An Online Conversational Event


Don't know where to begin your KM journey? Henry Ford would be very familiar with your problem and, also, how to overcome it. The problem is, for most of the time, the inability of human beings to picture something which does not exist yet. And that is the nature of most KM projects. 

This time round, KMP is doing things a liitle bit different.  It is not a webinar.  We are organizing an online conversation!  To kick off, we shall start with a real life story and observations based on the experience of the speaker, how he made use of opportunities to kickstart some KM projects, how these projects become initiatives from the staff, and the dynamics behind what they could observe.  This will be followed by a time of discussion where everyone can express their ideas in conversation.

We will be holding the meeting over Zoom  but we really want an event with many dialogs, more exchanges, and much fruitful discussion. YOUR VOICE & YOUR ENGAGEMENT are what we need, so please, come and join us on 25 March 2021. Let's talk!

To enable better communication the event will mainly be in Cantonese supplemented with English.

Oh by the way, did Henry Ford really say that about clients and faster horses? 









Date Thursday, 25 March 2021
Time 6:30 - 7:30 pm, flexibly extended to 8:00 pm if needed
Venue Online, through Zoom
Language Mainly Cantonese, but English also accepted for participants





  The Storyteller

KF Cheng

Director & Consultant, IntelliLife HK, PMCS HK

KF is a graduate of MSc KM back in 2012, and was one of the founders of KMP.

In his 1-1/2 years of experience working in a Hangzhou local company in China, he had kickstarted some KM projects in his company.  Some of them were quite successful but some of them not.  There were also some interesting dynamics he learned.  In this event, he will share his story at start, and followed by discussions with the facilitators and audiences.

As a KM practitioner, KF has placed KM as focus in the job he did, both for companies and for clients.  He is now working as a consultant, and at the same time developing actionable practice around KM, such as areas in content and technology.  In most of his recent research, he is working towards the structure of knowledge, both visible knowledge content in knowledge repository, and in the area of culture.



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