2005．第33卷第12期（Vol. 33 Nos. 12）．pp. 187206
Knowledge Transfer Strategies in Education: Hong Kong’s Experiences
譚偉明、李子建、高慕蓮（Frank Wai-Ming TAM, John Chi-Kin LEE, & Mo-Lin KO）
The lack of success in school education is mainly attributed to the lack of progress in knowledge creation in school organizations, and to the fact that teachers are unable to apply new teaching methods or improve the management models. Recently, researches in school professional development, network theories, and organizational theories have all pointed out that schools can be empowered to change and improve their quality through establishing professional development networks, partnership arrangements, and so on. Based on knowledge management theories, the present article attempts to explain the nature of professional knowledge and the strategies of knowledge transfer, and to delineate how the establishment of a knowledge transfer platform can enable schools to change. This article will also use the recent knowledge transfer platforms as examples to explain their applications.