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Upcoming Events

10
Feb 2020
Forum
Asian Knowledge and Innovation Forum (AKIF) 亞洲知識及創新論壇

Date:

10 Feb 2020 - 11 Feb 2020

Time:

9:30am - 4:00pm

Venue:

Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Speaker:

Various

Event fee:

HK$1,500 for joining AKIF (HK$2,400 for joining both AKIF & KMGNC)

(Member):

HK$1,200 for joining AKIF (HK$2,400 for joining both AKIF & KMGNC)

Please click here for registration

Details:

Exploring Smart Technology-Led Transformation and Innovation

智能技術帶領蛻變與創新

Asian Knowledge and Innovation Forum (AKIF)

亞洲知識及創新論壇


Keynote Speeches

Speaker

Ms Lucy Werner
Head of Cloud, Google

Lucy Werner is responsible for leading Google's Finance and Travel strategies for pan Asian clients based in Hong Kong, focused on expanding these clients digital transformation strategies and accelerating innovation. 

Lucy joined Google in January 2015. Her career prior to Google included leadership roles at Kenshoo across Asia Pacific and in the USA at Spruce Media where Lucy was the Chief Operating Officer (a Facebook PMD partner) and at adBrite where she served as the Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development where she built the largest independent ad exchange. 

Lucy has also held several leadership roles in Finance at JP Morgan, Merill Lynch and Deloitte. 

Lucy holds an M.B.A from Harvard Business School a Bachelor of Commerce and CPA certification from the University of Cape Town

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How artificial intelligent and cloud can fuel digital transformation in businesses?
Digital transformation is reinventing organisations through the use of artificial intelligence and cloud technology. The pace of change over the past few years has been hugely significant with businesses accelerating digital capabilities at an astonishing rate. Lucy will share how different organisations transform their business and make it more productive and more personalised to their customers.

Dr Hong Fung
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Chinese University of Hong Kong Medical Centre

Dr FUNG is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the CUHK Medical Centre (CUHKMC). CUHKMC is the private teaching hospital wholly owned by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).

Dr FUNG is also Professor of Practice in Health Services Management at the Jockey Club School of Public Health & Primary Care, CUHK, where he teaches health services planning, healthcare innovation and technology management, healthcare financing, communications and marketing, and decision making in the School’s master and leadership programs.

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Planning of a smart hospital
A local hospital is planned with extensive adoption of information technology to support its triple aim: achieving population health, enhancing patient experiences, and reducing financial burden to the patients. An integrated digital strategy is developed for a ‘smart hospital’ with three essential components: (a) Smart Medicine – a fully digitalised electronic medical record system that support clinical decision making and population health; (b) Smart Care – close loop mobile applications that support doctors, nurses, and patients themselves to go through the patient journeys; and (c) Smart Management – strategic adoption of Internet of Things to increase efficiency in the daily operation and management of the patient care and supporting services.

Mr Jeff Tung
Senior Project Director
New World Development Company Limited

Jeff Tung is a Hong Kong Registered Architect and a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects. He has been serving the building industry for more than 30 years, in which more than 10 years in private development sector. He has extensive experience in the planning, design and project management of commercial and hotel projects in Hong Kong, China and South-east Asia. 

Jeff is the Senior Project Director of the Project Management Department of New World Development Co. Ltd, and he has recently completed the Remodeling of New World Centre into Victoria Dockside and the Rejuvenation of Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront in Hong Kong.  

Jeff is also a Director for Culture for Tomorrow (CFT), a non-profit organization founded in 2017 by cultural entrepreneur Mr. Adrian Cheng, to actualize design and architectural innovation.

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ProTech: Integration of information technology in building projects
Integration of design and technology has become an important aspect of our everyday life. Through the NW Innovation Co-Lab Consortium, New World Development Company Limited established close collaboration with over 20 industry-leading startups and technology-based companies to develop innovative solutions to resolve the pain points identified in operation process by good design with the integration of new technology, achieving a more effective workflow to improve the internal operations, enhance the users’ experience and match customers’ expectation.

Prof. Eric Tsui
Associate Director
Knowledge and Innovation Research Centre
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Eric Tsui is a Senior Educational Development Officer in the Educational Development Centre of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has lead many technology-enhanced Teaching and Learning projects and is a crusader of blended learning at the university. His research interests include Knowledge Management technologies, blended learning, cloud services, and collaborations. He is also the Principal Instructor of two Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on edX covering the topics of Knowledge Management, Big Data and Industry 4.0. Professor Tsui was twice listed as an exemplary/outstanding academic in PolyU Annual Reports in the last 3 years.

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Re-wiring our brain to exploit collaboration, innovation and learning in the age of digitalisation
Thriving digitalisation leads to the emergence of the networked economy: knowledge remains the only infinitely renewable resource in organisation and the traditional value disciplines have been vigorously challenged, while value is created by exchange of data and information leveraging off the network effect. Indeed, digitalisation alone is not a game changer; instead the right mix of digitalisation with knowledge and technologies is. Operating with the above doctrine, the speaker further explores how digitialisation will impact knowledge management together with the associated challenges and opportunities, highlighting what we need to adapt and unlearn in order to overcome some of the challenges.

Dr Ricky Tsui
East Asia Research and Development Director
Arup

Ricky Tsui holds a B. Sc. degree in engineering from the University of Hong Kong and a Ph.D. degree in science from the University of Cambridge.  His career spans more than twenty-five years in high technology research, product and process development, management and marketing.  He worked in a semi-government organization for many years as a senior consultant and had numerous successful cases to provide innovative process re-engineering solutions to the industry.  He won several awards on machinery and process design as well as filed several patents.  As currently the Arup University Director in East Asia Region, he has been actively supporting the business operation and development through foresight, research, innovation, learning, knowledge management and new capability incubation. He has led Arup to obtain numerous awards on knowledge management, innovation and research.


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