Enhance collaboration in your organisation with communities of practice
November 15, 2012
Communities of practice (CoPs) are a recognised knowledge management approach to bring geographically dispersed people together to share, learn, and work collaboratively around a common interest. Communities of practice can increase productivity, improve collaboration and cultivate a knowledge sharing atmosphere in your organisation. In today's faster and more fragmented business environment they provide a complementary and effective means of delivering organisational objectives.
However, CoPs often exist as informal or semi-formal networks, sometimes "sitting under the radar", and if not initiated appropriately they fail, which results in under-achievement and a lost opportunity for your organisation. It is essential to develop a formal and effective mechanism to exploit the benefits CoPs offer. This highly interactive masterclass will provide you with a proven framework to initiate, develop and sustain CoPs, and show how they can achieve real business benefits. The masterclass is particularly relevant to those involved in knowledge management, change management, organisational development and human resources.
8 Shepherdess Walk
London, N1 7LB