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Knowledge and networks

Knowledge and networks

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Published by Springer Open in Cham, Switzerland .
Written in English


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Paginationxii, 386 pages
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Open LibraryOL26363366M
ISBN 109783319450223
OCLC/WorldCa953843040

Shawn Callahan in Chapter 22cultivating a Public Sector Knowledge Management Community of Practice, gives us a practitioner's viewpoint Knowledge and networks book the history of an-online CoP by charting the growth of Act-KM, an online CoP for practitioners in the public sector, from an initial meeting in to the present day online community of more than people. If you are interested in artificial intelligence and deep learning and you want to level up, then this book is what you need! This in turn is dependent on their history of participation in the group and the expectation of their future participation in and interaction with the community. These stories provide powerful ways of invoking context, of framing choices and actions and of constructing identity. Robin and Molly report on an empirical study at Cap Gemini.

The Internet and Intranets provide a single convenient and flexible platform to support groups and networks of groups within larger communities. The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this book Knowledge and networks book book presents more than four decades of research in international business at the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University. Compared to functional or project teams[ edit ] Collaboration constellations differ in various ways. Individuals[ edit ] Members of communities of practice are thought to be more efficient and effective conduits of information and experiences. The purpose of the CoI is to provide a place where people who share a common interest can go and exchange information, ask questions, and express their opinions about the topic. They found that when newcomers join an established group or community, they spend some time initially observing and perhaps performing simple tasks in basic roles as they learn how the group works and how they can participate an apprentice electrician, for example would watch and learn before actually doing any electrical work; initially taking on small simple jobs and eventually more complicated ones.

Brown and Duguid, This knowledge becomes even more important in a dynamic business environment and is the key to an organisation's ability to respond in a flexible and timely manner. He concludes the discussion with several lessons learned and practical guidelines for building successful CCoPs in any industry. A project team differs from a community of practice in several significant ways McDermott Patricia Gongla and Christine Rizzuto deal with what happens to CoPs when they reach the end of their natural lives.


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Writing from a perspective that is one of both a practitioner and a consultant, Kimberley and Wesley consider a range of communities and groups selected Knowledge and networks book several best-practice organizations. A degree of informality - many organisation try and continue their normal cultures over to the electronic environment.

He hopes this chapter will provide a practical understanding of CoPs and that the discussion of a volunteer organization will bring some new insights into the concept of CoPs. The purpose of a CoP, as discussed above, is to provide a way for Knowledge and networks book to share tips and best practices, ask questions of their colleagues, and provide support for each other.

Convening Structures and Infrastructures Network leaders understand how online and real-time or live convenings serve to build cohesion, connectivity, collaboration and engagement. People become members of a CoP through shared practices; they are linked to each other through their involvement in certain common activities.

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For example, can stories be exchanged over the Internet? By David Easley and Jon Kleinberg In recent years there has been a growing public fascination with the complex "connectedness" of modern society.

The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules About this book The concepts and theories of knowledge management and networks are meanwhile well documented.

This material may be copied or distributed subject to the terms of our copyright conditions no commercial gain; complete page copying etc. Present work[ edit ] For Etienne Wengerlearning is central to human identity. Performing optimally in a job requires being able to convert theory into practice.

Other fields have made use of the concept of CoPs. This is partly because they attract highly motivated and knowledgeable individuals to address tough real challenges and engage in conceptual arguments.

Co-operation not Competition - a belief that coordinating expertise from different people is better than going it alone. John and Lee hope that this chapter will foster the same sense of excitement for would-be practitioners that they still clearly feel. Project Management During a project many different people are involved, and different aspects become important at different phases.

People must feel able to express their inner feelings and have them respected. Debate - properly managed or moderated to use the more precise term computer conferences forums, bulletin boards, notesfiles can create a level and quality of debate not normally achievable within the conventional work environment.

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