What are Communities of Practice?

Build IT Communities of Practice (CoP) are groups of people who share a passion for learning, development, growth, and improvement in one of our 9 subject domains.  Membership within these CoPs requires a commitment to building individual and collective competence by regularly engaging in joint learning with best-in-class educators, commitment to activities, and contribution to discussions.  Members will help each other, share information, and develop a shared repertoire of resources to support their shared collective practice and individual success.

HOW WILL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE WORK?

There will be individual Communities of Practice within each of Build IT’s 9 key Domains:

Each domain can have multiple Communities of Practice.

EACH COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE WILL BE:

Limited to 10 members

Have a dedicated best-in-class Educator

Meet for quarterly 2-day education sessions

Meet for monthly Check-in / support calls

QUATERLY 2-DAY EDUCATION SESSIONS:

MONTLY CHECK-IN / SUPPORT CALLS

WHO WILL BE MEMBERS OF THESE COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE?

AS COMMITMENT AND ENGAGEMENT WITHIN THE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE IS A REQUIREMENT FOR SUCCESS, EACH COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE WILL:

COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE ARE FOR YOUR TEAM TOO!

Whereas typical Peer-groups are only intended for C-Suite leadership, there will be separate Communities of Practice in each domain for your team as well.  They will be in groups with other team leaders from other organizations.

HOW ARE COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE DIFFERENT FROM PEER GROUPS?