The knowledge movement in India has gained a new community member with the launch of the Pune K-Community. The inaugural session in late February featured a panel discussion about trends, opportunities and challenges in knowledge management, which, as a formal discipline, is close to 20 years old now. Panelists from Unisys, eClerx and Zensar addressed a wide range of KM frameworks, concepts and impacts. Here are some trends and ideas that the author took away from the event: 1. Mature KM initiatives address not only internal collaboration but also external collaboration. 2. Well-designed KM initiatives pay attention to the branding of KM and communicating the knowledge message. 3. Social media are playing an increasing role as knowledge narrative, and mobile cloud is a key trend in workflow infrastructure. 4. Organizations should find the right balance between creation and reuse of knowledge assets.