A Members ’ Perspective on the Success of Communities of Practice – Preliminary Empirical Results

@inproceedings{Zboralski2004AM,
  title={A Members ’ Perspective on the Success of Communities of Practice – Preliminary Empirical Results},
  author={Katja Zboralski and Hans Georg Gemuenden and Christopher Lettl},
  year={2004}
}
Communities of Practice (CoPs) are a concept which became widely recognized over the last decade when organizations realized the importance of knowledge sharing and learning for organizational performance. However, their day-to-day activities, their impact and the driver of their success have not been fully researched yet, especially empirical results are still missing. Investigating 59 communities of practice of a German multinational company, the authors’ research shows that CoPs can be… CONTINUE READING

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