Learning and Development: What Are Communities of Practice?

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Communities of practice (CoPs) are organized groups of colleagues, who share a common interest in a technical or business domain. Often, these groups develop organically among people in a business, and they provide a venue for peer-to-peer learning.
They share information related to the subject matter, discuss, ask questions of each other, and interact in a less formal way than they would in a corporate training classroom. HR and leadership encourage this process and try to broaden the scope wh…

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