The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) has
won the Hong Kong Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award 2009,
organised by the Knowledge Management Research Centre of the Hong Kong
Apart from nurturing a knowledge driven culture through the KM
framework established in December 2003, the OGCIO also harnesses the
benefits of information and communications technology to drive KM in
order to improve efficiency, productivity and customer value.
As a pioneer in developing and implementing a collaborative platform
among government departments, the OGCIO launched the Knowledge and
Information Collaborative Platform (KICP) in early 2008. The
characteristics of the KICP are as follows:
(i) good demonstration of the use of information technology (IT) to establish and promote knowledge management tools;
(ii) contains elements of second generation web services (Web 2.0) such
as Blog, Wiki, and Really Simple Syndication news feeds; and
(iii) provides tools and services for better supporting collaboration
in knowledge work and rapid and effective knowledge/information
dissemination within the Government IT community.
It is a golden opportunity to meet the people of OGCIO and get some
fruitful insights from their experience sharing. Join the experience
sharing session now.