Knowledge Management Society

About Knowledge Management Society (KMS)

 KMS is a non-profit society that is made up of volunteers from the KM, OD and LO fields setup to lead and serve organisations, through the provision of access to KM resources. These include academic and practitioner expertise, via face-to-face and online discussions, seminars, workshops and conferences. 

Since its formalisation in 1999, we continue to pursue inclusive, practitioner-focused perspectives, grounded in research and practitioner experiences. We bring together practitioners, researchers and commercial providers through publications, workshops, conferences, and online platforms such as webinars and global network online meetings.

We have since expanded our reach and have since led the formalisation of a Knowledge Management Global Network (KMGN).  In 2015, this had led to the inaugural Global Learning Week (2016) in Nanyang Technological University. Our partners are AuSKM (Australia), HKKMS (Hong Kong), iKlub (Thailand), CGC (France), LASSIB society (India) KMSJ (Japan), I2KI (Japan) and KM Russia(Russian Federation)

We are also the only non-profit organisation that helps organisations gain an insightful platform to analyse KM efforts based on their unique challenges, environment and context. To becoming a Knowledge Ready Organisation (KRO). We started an award program where HR, training and KM teams can track their Knowledge efforts and translate these into tangible results for CEOs, EXCOs and Management teams. 

About Knowledge Management Society (KMS)

 KMS is a non-profit society that is made up of volunteers from the KM, OD and LO fields setup to lead and serve organisations, through the provision of access to KM resources. These include academic and practitioner expertise, via face-to-face and online discussions, seminars, workshops and conferences. 

Since its formalisation in 1999, we continue to pursue inclusive, practitioner-focused perspectives, grounded in research and practitioner experiences. We bring together practitioners, researchers and commercial providers through publications, workshops, conferences, and online platforms such as webinars and global network online meetings.

We have since expanded our reach and have since led the formalisation of a Knowledge Management Global Network (KMGN).  In 2015, this had led to the inaugural Global Learning Week (2016) in Nanyang Technological University. Our partners are AuSKM (Australia), HKKMS (Hong Kong), iKlub (Thailand), CGC (France), LASSIB society (India) KMSJ (Japan), I2KI (Japan) and KM Russia(Russian Federation)

We are also the only non-profit organisation that helps organisations gain an insightful platform to analyse KM efforts based on their unique challenges, environment and context. To becoming a Knowledge Ready Organisation (KRO). We started an award program where HR, training and KM teams can track their Knowledge efforts and translate these into tangible results for CEOs, EXCOs and Management teams. 

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