Nelson is a Supply Chain and Operations consulting partner of EY Greater China. He leads EY Greater China Procurement Consulting practice.
Nelson has been assisting CEOs, CFOs and senior executives in transformational initiatives to drive growth, operation excellence and margin improvement for many years. Nelson has advised his clients over a broad range of industries and he is EY’s global client service partner for a leading Power & Utility company. Prior to joining EY, Nelson has been working for SAP Ariba, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Johnson Controls and other professional firms.
Nelson has an Executive MBA degree from CUHK and an undergraduate degree from HKUST. He is a part-time lecturer on master global supply chain program at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and as well as an advisor for Hang Seng University of Hong Kong. Nelson has participated in executive programs in the Stanford University and University of Cambridge. He is a Council Member of Institute for Supply Management - Hong Kong (ISM-HK).
Nelson speaks in public forums and recently he acted as the speaker for the SAP Supplier Management Webinar, EY CIPS IPSHK Procurement Innovation Forum, SAP Chief Executives Roundtable Event, 7th CFO Innovation Hong Kong Forum, the EY ISMHK Procurement Forum, SAP Ariba “Make Procurement Awesome Summit” and EY CIPS “Digitalizing the value chain and operations” forum.
Lee Chi Keung (C.K.)
Vice President, ISM-HK
C.K. is the Founder Council Member and current Vice President - Treasurer of ISM-HK.
He is a holder of CPSM. He has worked for MTR Corporation Limited for 36 years in the purchasing area.
C.K. is willing to contribute volunteer services to support the development of the Institute and to promote the professional development in purchasing and supply.
Vice President, ISM-HK
Mr. Adolphus Lee was graduated from the former Hong Kong Polytechnic in Business and Management Studies – Purchasing and Supply. He obtained his Master of Science in Procurement Management from University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) in 2004.
Mr. Lee joined Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Sha Tin) in 1999 as a lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, teaching purchasing and supply related subjects. Teamed with two colleagues, Mr. Lee won the Teaching Excellence Award of Vocational Training Council in 2005 in the category of Curriculum Development. Mr. Lee left VTC in June 2020 upon formal retirement.
Apart from being a council member of ISM-HK for years, Mr. Lee is also an active member of various purchasing professional bodies like HKCIPS and IPSHK. He is one of the Directors of ISM-HK in the current term.
Wong Kin Ming (K.M.)
Vice President & Honorable Secretary, ISM-HK
K.M. is currently the Honorable Secretary to the ISM-HK Council and Vice President, Internal Affairs of ISM-HK. He started supporting the ISMHK activities as a volunteer since 2005. He is also a course leader in the CPSM study support course organized by ISM-HK.
He is holder of MBA and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Hong Kong. He got qualified as ACIS by ICSA in 1992, and acquired C.P.M. in 2007 and CPSM in 2011. He is general manager with an enterprise incorporated in Hong Kong, entrusted with the responsibilities of establishing a manufacturing and marketing arm in Pearl River Delta area.
Previously he was with the Hong Kong office of an international beverage group to run the office as well as the purchasing function for over 20 years. He has been responsible for various aspects of supply management including sourcing, quality assurance & improvement, new product development, price/service level negotiation and suppliers’ relationship management of critical ingredients and materials valuing multiple millions of dollars for the group since 1994.
K.M. would like to continue playing his part to help the profession of supply management get its fair share of attention and recognition on a strategic level in commercial enterprises and the local community. He would also like to contribute to the profession by promoting ISM, assisting the organization of diversified activities for members of ISM-HK as well as fellow supply management practitioners.