NOTICE: This is an old blog post. There is an updated version of all these FAQs on our new website: See new FAQs For more information, click here: For a more precise definition, see our theory page on communities of practice: Page on communities of practice For a bit more info, see our general (but brief) […]
We are running three different BEtreat workshops in 2012 and starting a one-year certificate as a professional development program. A primer BEtreat – July 9-13: By popular demand we are holding a “State-of-the-art BEtreat” Primer BEtreat for people just venturing into this field and want to get a head start in knowing what to do.
We had an interesting online conversation with members of KC Blue, the community-leader community at IBM. The meeting was hosted by Laurie Miller and Sandy Yarchin. Many of the members have followed Etienne’s writings to cultivate IBM communities so it felt like a meeting with friends. Information anxiety We addressed many topics, but a highlight
As communities and networks go more mainstream there is an increasing demand from organizations to have ways of monitoring their value. How can we make the connection between the activities of a community or network and the improved performance of an organization, institution or even a country? In our value assessment framework, published by the
Hello world! Our reasons for adding one more offering to the already crowded blogosphere are several. We are: excited to share some of the resources we’re creating and to hear how people are using them; keen to answer some frequently answered questions; looking forward to thinking out loud as we reflect on what we’re learning