Communities of Practice in a virtual world
Communities of practice (CoPs) are an important knowledge management tool that drives improvement. A group of people who work together on an ongoing basis to share knowledge and expertise in regard to common issues, topics, or practices, CoPs range from forums like this to very specific topics in your employee. These days a many are virtual.

A recent paper reports on a systematic review that has sought to understand the key factors in knowledge sharing behavior in these virtual communities of practice,

What can we do, as a community of practice to strengthen our success? How can we help drive engagement and sharing?
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CoPs are essential in building quality and service improvement teams in organisations. As a knowledge sharing tool it enhances teams output. Thank you for sharing
Ogba Ukpabi‍ - been thinking of how to build and deploy these easily within a quality system. Be curious what techniques work well for you and for others.