Cheryl Teh

Armed with a degree in Accounting and a post grad in Marketing, Cheryl could have ended up being an Auditor or Marketer. She did start her career with an accounting firm but in the area of Training and Communications instead; where she encouraged colleagues to jump into swirling rapids in Malaysian rivers, edited annual reports and wrote - a lot.

In 1997, she represented Malaysia at a 3-month Learning Forum in Japan, sponsored by Honda Corporation. During this time, she strengthened her cultural understanding and social ties through other participants from the ASEAN region. She returned to welcome the dotcom era, and jumped at the opportunity to help run a dotcom company which to her, was a "real live MBA learning experience".

In 1999, she was first introduced to Knowledge Management when she joined KPMG Asia Pacific as the Regional KM Deployment Manager.

She would later join a semi-government organisation in Malaysia where she gained further KM experience in the public sector.

Cheryl is currently the Assistant Vice President for Knowledge Management at one of the world's largest integrated resorts and is also pursuing her "real" MBA.

She has a strong interest in the People aspect of Knowledege Management, with a focus on Learning, Communications, Knowledge Retention and building communities.

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Jun 17, 2012
Your help for survay
by: Anonymous

Dear Ms.CheryI Teh

My name is Pooneh Vosoughi and I am a MBA student at Multi Media University, MY Thesis is entitled “Investigating Technology Acceptance of Web2.0 on Knowledge Management System”.

I need specialist ( professional experts ) like you to answer my questionnaire.
I would be much appreciating , if you give me your email address to send you my questionnaire , or give your workplace address to meet you there.
My questionnaire includes two part, Demographic part and pairwise comparison of adoption criteria and sub criteria by using Analytic Network Process approach or ANP model.
If you would like to obtain a summary of the results of this research, I am happy to send you copies of future publications.
Please feel free to contact me on in regard to any queries you may have.

Yours Sincerely,
Pooneh Vosoughi

Sep 09, 2008
Knowledge Management in Hotels
by: Dr Yoosuf Cader

Hi Cheryl

I was quite interested in your work experience and the practice of knowledge management in the hotel industry in Asia. As you probably know the Ritz Carlton Hotel was well known for knowledge management practices in their hotels. I was wondering if you successfully implemented some of their practices or added your own KM strategies to adapt to your markets, in the hotel industry? As an academic, I would appreciate it, if you would be willing to share your knowledge in this area.

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