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Proposal presentation for starting communities of practice in Non profit organisation

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  • PRACTICE: WHAT ARE THE CASES STUDY,PROBLEMS ,ANY DOUBT,SHARING NEW KNOWLEDGE
  • LONG TERM—EXTENDING THE COP TO OTHER DEPARTMENT.SHORT TERM– MEETING DOCUMENTS,MID TERM– DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE SOLUTION TO UPCOMING ISSUES.SUCCESS FACTORSCREATING SPACE FOR DR TO SHARE PROBLEM,
  • Edit: monthly meeting on every 2rd Saturday Sharing their casesINDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION WITH REWARDS DEPENDS ON THE FEEDBACK SECTION(AR & PAPER FEEDBACK)COMMUNITY CULTIVATION: FEEDBACKS/TRACKING AARCONTENT PUBLISHSUMMARY OF EACH COP WILL BE MAINTAIN IN THE WEBSITE ,ONLY READING ACCESS TO ALL EXCEPT THE ADMIN
  • Edit: monthly meeting on every 2rd Saturday Sharing their casesINDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION WITH REWARDS DEPENDS ON THE FEEDBACK SECTION(AR & PAPER FEEDBACK)COMMUNITY CULTIVATION: FEEDBACKS/TRACKING AARCONTENT PUBLISHSUMMARY OF EACH COP WILL BE MAINTAIN IN THE WEBSITE ,ONLY READING ACCESS TO ALL EXCEPT THE ADMIN

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  • Community of Practice ProposalLaunching Community of Practice in a Voluntary Welfare Organization Nur Syahidah Alim | Nirmala Selvaraju
  • Agenda Introduction to Case Study CoP Implementation Framework  Inquiry Phase  Design Phase  Prototype Phase  Launch Phase  Grow & Sustain Phase Conclusion / QnA
  • TEACH Me Services  Aims at helping youths with special needs in maximizing their potential to lead dignified and independent lives.  Consists of three departments: therapy support, education support, & counseling.  Future intentions to become a research center.  Adopted an evidence-based practice (EBP) culture.
  • Here is the problem…Does not practiceFormal systems of Creating time and capturing tacit capturing tacit No time to share space in sharing knowledge knowledge knowledge Retaining current High employee employees, motivat turnover ing newcomers
  • CoP Implementation Framework • Recruitment of Members • Community Cultivation • Community Citizenship Ceremony DESIGN LAUNCH PHASE PHASE GROW & INQUIRY PROTOTYPE SUSTAIN PHASE PHASE PHASE• Community Identity • Discovery and • Learning / Knowledge• Organizational Strategy Preparation Sharing Activities and Value • Community Health Assessment
  • Inquiry Phase: CoP IdentityDOMAIN: Aims to build up the capabilities and establish a network among practitioners in TEACH Me Services, who are involved in dealing with existing and new cases.COMMUNITY: Primarily targeted at practitioners in the Therapy Support, who are involved in designing effective and appropriate solutions for each case’s problem, which are seen through and evaluated through several follow-ups.PRACTICE: The various case studies and issues that are currently facing or discussing at local and international context, with a particular focus on enhancing welfare and success of clients in TEACH Me Services.
  • Inquiry Phase: Strategy and ValueGOALS: • Short-term: helping with current challenges faced and providing expertise to fellow practitioners in TEACH Me Services. • Mid-term: developing innovative solutions to address upcoming/new cases’ problems. • Long-term: accumulating body of knowledge, which helps in enhancing capabilities as research center.SPONSORSHIP: The Ministry of Community, Youth and Sports (MCYS) will provide sponsorship to support TEACH Me Services and the community.CURRENT • High commitment and common interest in welfare and success ofSUCCESS case.FACTORS: • Recent adoption of evidence-based practice (EBP) culture encourages knowledge sharing and learning among practitioners.
  • Design Phase: CoP Cultivation ACCESS TO INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS PROJECTS RELATIONSHIP EXPERTISE PARTICIPATION• Meetings on • Open • Need to get • Opportunities • Open 2nd Saturday discussion/sha rapid access to to learn from discussion of each month ring of case expert advice and connect • Reward• Face-to-face studies • Regularly with people system is invite outside adopted experts COMMUNITY CONTENT OPEN-ENDED CONTEXT CULTIVATION PUBLISHING CONVERSATIONS • Create openness • Need to track • Contents should • Conversations are to learn and share participation and be published open-ended in knowledge usefulness of frequently meetings • Activities are content shared • Brief summaries of • High commitment integrated with • Feedback system each meeting will and interest are work /AARs is adopted be shared online needed • Visible to non- • Level of access • Repository is members control is needed needed
  • Prototype Phase LEARNING NEED FOR COP ISSUE ROLE ACTIVITIES• To share the issue • Maintaining details • Core group • Exchange and case studies of cases • Active • Productive inquiries faced by therapists • No communication • Occasional • Producing assets• Finding solutions • Peripheral • Building shared understanding • Formal access to knowledge SPONSORSHIP & LEADERSHIP ROLES TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION ISSUES • Community leaders • Individual tools • Short-term, mid-term and • Facilitator • Participation long-term goals • Broker • Group tools • Sponsorship • Core group member • Asynchronous • Budget • Subject matter expert • Synchronous • Support • Technology steward • Technology
  • Launch Phase Whole- Pre-launch Invitation to community meeting the launch launch Meeting Sharing on CoP Opening logistics Getting to know each other
  • Grow & Sustain Phase Community Health Types of Activities Assessment• Open conversation • Regular updates• Motivation speech • After Action Review• World café (AAR )• Case studies • Conducting feedback• Fish Bowl Technique survey • Document management
  • Conclusion “Knowledge only has true value when it is shared.” Community of Practice (CoP) is the place where knowledge come as bud to the needed person and gets blossom in right hand and gives fruitful result at right time.
  • Thank You!