Levels of participation | Wenger-Trayner

Communities of practice usually involve multiple levels of participation. Because involvement can produce learning in multiple ways and the domain has different levels of relevance to different people, the boundaries of a community of practice are more flexible than those of organizational units or teams. Typical categories of membership and participation include:

Slide: Levels of participation | Wenger-Trayner.

Do you want this blog to become a CoP ?http://www.jarche.com/2012/07/communities-of-practice-enable-the-integration-of-work-and-learning/

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