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The authors believe a variety of communities exist: help communities, best practice, innovation and knowledge stewarding communities.
Their restraint makes the first two chapters a very safe "if you care the least bit about this subject, you need to get grounded in these two chapters *now*".
It is stunningly insightful and practical, and the authors speak from observation and experience spanning a wide range of organizations and circumstances.
i'm building Gaudeamus - the academic network for publishing in journals (gaudeamusacademia.com), an online community of scholars (professor, researchers and journals’ editors). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rafael Hernandez Barros
For those who are tasked to develop Communities of Practice (CoP), this is a great resource AND reference. Read morePublished 20 months ago by APhilpart
I ordered this book on a co-workers "you need to drop everything you are doing and read this book" recommendation, and I must confess, it was immediately useful the day after I... Read morePublished on October 3, 2009 by Michael Tiemann
Great book on utilizing principles of Community Development in managing an organization. Including all stakeholders is so very pertinent.Published on August 9, 2009 by Dorian L. Lennon
Etienne Wenger, Richard McDermott and William M. Snyder have written an exceptionally clear and honest book. Read morePublished on February 27, 2009 by Rolf Dobelli
Cultivating Communities of Practice is the second book from Wenger which is only about Communities of Practice (COP). Read morePublished on August 10, 2008 by Bas Vodde
This book was recommended to me by a colleague who has years of experience in cultivating learning collaboratives. Read morePublished on June 7, 2008 by Tony
Cultivating Communities of Practice
I really enjoyed Cultivating Communities of Practice. Read more