New KM Champions appointed for wider coverage

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Knowledge Management (KM) has been implemented in the Force for the last 10 years and one of its key components is the KM Champion Scheme, which has helped to develop many people-oriented KM initiatives since 2006. 

A KM Champions Appointment Ceremony was held at Police College on November 2. With Chief Superintendents (CSP) Alfred Wong and Jacob Cheung stepping down as KM Champions, the two incumbent KM Champions, CSP Edwina Lau and Senior Superintendent (SSP) Eric Cheng, together with newly appointed Champions, SSP Samson Cho and SSP Alice Lee, will continue to assist Police College in driving the KM concept in their respective domains in the coming two years. 

At the ceremony, Police College Director Stephen Cheng stressed: "KM is not the sole responsibility of the college. All police officers must get involved." He hoped the KM Champions and their KM Ambassadors would play a leading role in promoting KM initiatives and motivating more officers to share their knowledge so that they would have their professionalism enhanced with the KM Scheme.

After receiving their Certificates of Appointment from Mr Cheng, the four KM Champions immediately commenced working on plans to extend the KM coverage in the Force and elevate knowledge sharing to new heights.

The domains of the four KM Champions are Storytelling for CSP Lau, Peer Adviser Scheme for SSP Cheng, Practices and Experience Acquisition Kiosk (PEAK) (Lesson Learned) for SSP Cho and PEAK (Good Practices) for SSP Lee.

Mr Cheng presents Certificate of Appointment to the KM Champions

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