Wednesday, September 07, 2005

communities of practice
by Ron Lichty

While knowledge is often thought to be the property of individuals, a great deal of knowledge is both produced and held collectively. Such knowledge is readily generated when people work together in 'communities of practice'.
—Brown & Duguld CMR, 1998, quoted by Michael Sullivan, IBM, speaking 4/2002 on the topic of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Communities


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