KMSG2020 Webinar series -The worst Knowledge Manager in History
The Next Decade
Title : The Worst Knowledge Manager in History
Sep 11 2020
Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)
The Worst Knowledge Manager in the World
Social distancing, working from home, home-based learning – these are terms we have been frequently using in the last six months or so. We have also been told that this will be the “new normal” for society. Many people are asking, “How now?” In knowledge management, many roles and practices will have to be redefined and redesigned, and the journey ahead for knowledge management will be very interesting. In this presentation, some of the basic tenets of knowledge management will be reviewed in the light of this “new normal” brought on by Covid-19. We will answer “How now, for knowledge management?” The presentation will end by the conferring of the Worst Knowledge Manager in the World Award.
Prof Lee Chu Keong
A chemical engineer by training, and Prof Lee has diverse teaching experience accumulated since he began teaching in 1991. In the Wee Kim Wee School, he has so far, taught in two programmes, namely, the Master of Science (Information Studies) and Master of Science (Knowledge Management).
Currently the programme director for the Master of Science (Knowledge Management) and the Master of Science (Information Studies) programmes. He has diverse interest, having taught in various modules in both programmes -- Music and Art Libraries; Science and Technology Sources and Services; Management and Business Sources and Services; Sources and Searching; Foundations of Knowledge Management; and Information and Knowledge Assets.
Teaching is something he enjoys doing very much, and at KMS we have all experienced how Prof Lee is a “natural” and “authentic” in front of the audience.
Join Prof Lee as he guides us to the next decade