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Special Report on

Change Management Communities of Practice

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Here you can access a large number of change management tools and templates. Many of these are free (but you will still need to subscribe to a tool before you can access it - see the explanation below under "More than just downloads"), while some may be accessed at a small charge. Finding tools Under the overall "Change Management Tools" category, where you will find more generic tools, four sub-categories have been created to assist you in finding the tools you need: Tools for change facilitators ; Tools for change leaders ; Tools for individuals who experience change and Tools for day-to-day change . Where a particular tool ...
is a term that describes a group of people who share an interest, a craft, and/or a profession. The group can evolve naturally because of the members' common interest in a particular domain or area, or it can be created specifically with the goal of gaining knowledge related to their field. It is through the process of sharing information and experiences with the group that the members learn from each other, and have an opportunity to develop themselves personally and professionally . CoPs can exist online, such as within discussion boards and newsgroups , or in real life, such as in a lunchroom at work, in a field setting, ...
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Lasagna and chips: The difference between communities of practice ...
I blog about knowledge and change management, communities of practice, social media, e-collaboration, creativity, co-creation and innovation (and any other topic that interests me..) Tomorrow I'm going to present the difference between the theories of communities of practice and action learning (and between the communities themselves and action-reflection groups). I haven't found any materials comparing the two, so I had to do some brainwork for myself. This table summarizes what I intend to present. (CoP = community of practice, AL = Action Learning). Any input welcome! A theory, little information on methods A ... market research, surveys and trends
Media Vault Program Update « Media Vault Program
Much of our effort since the New Year has been put towards the development of the Media Hub, a content management service that we propose to offer to campus by the start of fall semester.  The Media Hub makes it easy to store, manage and share documents.  It provides a workspace for files and media related to research and other types of collaborative projects, one that is hosted on secure campus servers and available from anywhere with a network connection. CTC PROPOSAL Plans for the Media Hub service were outlined in a proposal submitted to the Campus Technology Council in March.  Under the proposal, the Media Vault Program — ... market research, surveys and trends

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Top trends in e-learning and corporate training - Executive ...
This is an exciting time of change in enterprise learning and talent management. The tight labor market, coupled with the increased focus on integrated performance and learning strategies, will force further alignment between training and HR. Learning technologies will evolve, and self-published content and collaboration will become a significant element in enterprise learning solutions. Organizations will continue to evolve toward shared services and struggle to build integrated business plans that incorporate learning across the organization. Below are the top trends shown by our research. Readers can find further details in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Building Business Value Through "Communities of Practice ...
hen your day starts with checking office e-mail and logging on to your company intranet, you join other employees in business and government worldwide in collaborating to move their enterprises forward.     Collaboration, however, means more than just e-mail in some organizations, where the term "communities of practice" is being used to describe determined efforts to bring people together. William Bennett, of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, views a community of practice as a "self-organizing group of people with expertise, experience, and interest in a particular practice area who ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Change management, communities of practice and decision-making are explored. Technical elements relating to electronic tools and platforms such as groupware ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Change Management using Team Track. • Risk Management Metrics. • Six Degrees of Separation ... CDC Project Management Community of Practice ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Communities of Practice: The Organizational Frontier - HBS Working ...
A new organizational form is emerging in the information economy, alongside work groups, project teams and informal networks.� It's called a community of practice � a group of people informally bound together by shared expertise and passion for a joint enterprise � and it promises to radically galvanize knowledge sharing, learning, and change. Etienne C. Wenger and William M. Snyder explain in this excerpt from their article in the Harvard Business Review . by Etienne C. Wenger and William M. Snyder Today's economy runs on knowledge, and most companies work assiduously to capitalize on that fact. They use ...
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Do you believe, the following factors greatly affect a ...
Sales Techniques (2), Organizational Development (2), Customer Service (1), Conference Venues (1), Customer Relationship Management (1), Career Management (1), Communication and Public Speaking (1), Web Development (1), Using LinkedIn (1) This was selected as Best Answer Richard, I guess a lighthearted answer would be an obvious "YES" to all 5, but a more serious one would be: 1. How do you define a "Great Culture"? I've been to places where machines with free coffee and soft drinks were at every corner, so at every corner there was a constant time-waste gossip-party going on… is that a great culture? Another example ...
Collaboration is a whole lot more than team building and ...
Collaboration is, to me, about the division of labor (as the word's etymology implies) that leads to cooperation toward a common, if not shared, goal. There are two models of collaboration and team-building that I believe speak to the spirit of your post. One is Christensen's model of consensus-driven cooperation*. From that view, the effectiveness of collaboration depends on how well one executes two factors. The first is to correctly identify the extent of agreement in the organization; and the second is to employ the tools of cooperation that are right for the circumstances surrounding the level of consensus. (A). ...