Communities of Practice & Communities of Interest

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Communities of Practice (CoP)
Communities of Interest (CoINs)

Prepared By:Trung Phat Lam (LAM09310251)
For:Villem Van Ree
Date:21 March 2011

Course Title:Diploma of Business [International Business]
Course Code:BSB52004
Module Title:Analyse Consumer Behaviour for Specific International Markets Module Code:BSBINT502A

Executive Summary
* The report was created in order to learn about Communities of Practice and Communities of Interest and the differences between them * The report was executed by researching and acquiring information provided online and in books * The report including :

* Communities of Practice (CoP)
CoP definition
* CoP Characteristics
* Types of CoP
* Communities of Interest (CoINs)
* CoINs definition
* CoINs Characteristics
Table of Contents
1.Introduction or Communities of Practice (CoP)2
1.1Benefit of CoP2
1.2CoP characteristics2
1.3Types of CoP3
2.Introduction or Communities of Interest (CoINs)4
2.1CoINs characteristics4
3.Differences between CoP & CoINs5

Introduction or Communities of Practice (CoP)
A Communities of Practices is a group of people who share a concern or a passion for their job, project or mission they are doing and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly Benefit of CoP

- Problem solving
- Developing new skill
- Create motivation and inspiration
- Time saving
- Increase in talent
- Avoiding mistakes
- Acquire new knowledge
CoP characteristics
The Domain
A CoP has an identity defined by a shared domain of interest. Membership means commitment to a certain body of knowledge The Community
In CoP, member engage in activities and face to face discussion, help each other and share information. They build relationship that enable them to learn from each other The Practice
Members of a community of practice are practitioners. They develop a shared of resources:...
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