Communities of PracticeFree
About this training module
Understand the value of a community of practice (CoP) and master strategies to foster engagement among CoP members in this module.
A CoP is a group of individuals who interact over time and are bound together by a shared interest or purpose. CoPs promote collaboration and encourage sharing of best practices and lessons learned. They can also help members solve particular problems. One way to think about a CoP is to consider the goal of the CoP: is the goal for members to share knowledge and learn from each other? Then it is likely a CoP.
This module is based on the Knowledge for Health Project’s experience with managing and supporting communities of practice over many years for optimal knowledge exchange and includes tips on how to create and manage a CoP to achieve your knowledge exchange goals.
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