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Developing your communities of practice

Supercharge your communities of practice with this one day workshop for new or existing communities of practice. It’s intended to be run in-house with a small core group from one community and will be tailored to your specific needs.

What is it?

Successful communities of practice can: support ongoing learning and professional development; break down silos, making it easier to get work done; support knowledge sharing, lead to creating better practices and result in happier staff.

Using Tacit’s community maturity model, this half-day interactive workshop gives members of a community of practice the chance to:

  • understand the benefit of communities of practice
  • review their community maturity
  • identify ways to make them more effective

It is facilitated by Emily, who has worked with communities of practice at organisations including Government Digital Service (GDS), Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), HM Land Registry, The BBC and co-op digital. And Author of Building Succesful Communities of Practice.

Who is it for?

New and existing Communities of practice or interest within organisations.

What will you come out of it with?

A shared understanding of the value of the community of practice, a renewed energy within the community and actionable steps to improve the effectiveness of a community.

This workshop can be adapted to your organisation’s needs and be supported by additional consulting. If you’d like to know more, get in touch.

“Tacit’s community maturity review was one of the most valuable thing we’ve done. We didn’t know how much more effective we could be until this and it’s now a bedrock of our community development plans.”

–  Tom Birch, Head of Delivery at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

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Related:  Introduction to Agile | Further Skill for Agile Practitioners or find out more about the training that Tacit offers here.