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COMMUNITIES
OF PRACTICE

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Launch of the Community of Practice in March!

Is this for you?

A community of practice (CoP) is defined as a group of people who share a common interest in a field of knowledge, and who collaborate regularly to develop their expertise and solve problems collectively. The aim is to encourage the sharing of ideas and knowledge, in order to create a context conducive to innovation and change.

 

Wenger, E., McDermott, R., & Snyder, W. M. (2002). Cultivating Communities of Practice: A Guide to Managing Knowledge - Seven Principles for Cultivating

Communities of Practice

Programming

The concept of CoP lacks a clear definition among community managers. It is an emerging concept in the sphere of business climate action. For the most part, community managers have implemented their CoP in experimental mode, and have few resources at their disposal to do so.

And concretely?

In concrete terms, the Community of Practice consists of :

  • 6 co-creation meetings/workshops on issues of concern to members

  • A platform for exchanging information on topical issues

  • A regulatory watch shared with members

  • Evolving programming to meet the demands of the community

*Programming defined by members according to the 4 themes

Next steps 

Launch of the Community of Practice in March!

With financial support from

Collaborator

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