Posts Tagged: knowledge sharing

Needs, Drivers and Strategic Benefits

Needs and drivers that our “Communities of Practice” services meet Investment in leadership programmes needs to be leveraged by the formation of alumni communities, important opportunity for even greater learning and improved results A more collaborative culture and a culture where employees feel more engaged and involved is a vital condition for improved business results Replicating past… Read more »

Innovation by communities of practice at Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble, a consumer-goods giant, has created more than 20 “communities of practice” which bring together volunteers from different parts of the company and focus on a specific area of expertise, such as packaging, fragrances or skin science. These groups meet and share ideas, and other employees can put questions to them via the… Read more »

Communities of practice in the European Commission

We have been advising leaders in the European Commission about the developing their strategy for working with CoP, as well as facilitating the learning community coordinators  since the Summer of 2006. CoPs in the Commission come in different forms, sometimes called “knowledge networks,” or just simply “networks.” No matter what their name is, their common… Read more »