History of the HKMA
The Hong Kong Management Association is a non-profit-making organisation which aims to be the leading professional organisation advancing management excellence in Hong Kong and the Region. Early in 1960, a delegation of six from Hong Kong, headed by the Honourable Sir Sik-nin Chau, attended the 12th International Congress of Scientific Management held in Australia. The delegation returned with the conviction that Hong Kong, having achieved an industrial revolution of some note, must keep abreast of management theory and application developing throughout the world. The idea, thus conceived and with the encouragement of the Hong Kong Government, led to the incorporation of the Association on 22 November 1960.
- To be the leading professional organisation advancing management excellence in Hong Kong and the Region
- To promote best practices in management;
- To nurture human capital through management education and training at all levels;
- To provide members with a platform for exchange of ideas, networking and personal development.
- Continuous improvement
We embrace best practices through continuous improvement.
We welcome new ideas, seek out new skills and capabilities, and explore new concepts.
We are open, honest and forthright in our dealings.
We strive for excellence in all we do.
- Respect for Individuals
We build relationships based on trust and respect.
We integrate sustainability into all aspects of our operations and business practices.