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I posted, back in 2009, a list of 100 ways in which you could wreck organisational lesson-learning. These were taken from my book, The Lessons-Learned Handbook, and represent the many ways in which...
November 5, 2013
The value proposition of a CoP is in increasing the effectiveness of its members. A community does not hold a collective performance objective with the business but allows each member to deliver better against his or her own individual performance objectives, by giving them access to the knowledge base of the community.
Specifically the community offers
- Help in solving problems
- Faster learning
- Access to experience and...
November 4, 2013
I posted last week about why some Communities of Practice die young.
One common cause of early Community die-back is to...