Table Of Contents - Special Issue: Communities of practice – one size fits all?
Japan's learning communities in Hewlett‐Packard Consulting and Integration: Challenging one‐size fits all solutionsFlorian Kohlbacher, Kazuo Mukai
This paper aims to explain and analyze community‐based corporate knowledge sharing and organizational learning, the actual use of communities in Hewlett Packard (HP…
This paper aims to explores consultants' experiences of communities of practice (CoPs) in one of the world's largest information technology companies against…
Managing intentionally created communities of practice for knowledge sourcing across organisational boundaries: Insights on the role of the CoP managerThomas N. Garavan, Ronan Carbery, Eamonn Murphy
The purpose of this article is to explore strategies used by communities of practice (CoPs) managers when managing intentionally created CoPs.
The paper aims to discuss the emergence of communities of practice in a temporary event organisation involving public and private partners.
This paper seeks to surface less positive aspects of communities of practice (CoPs), regardless of emergent or organisationally managed, grounded in political‐power…
The purpose of this paper is to propose that a form of communities of practice (CoP), a community of innovation (CoInv), is the best support for sustainable innovation. It…
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