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History of the CoPs - Isidore Sieleunou

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History of the CoPs - Isidore Sieleunou

  1. 1. Isidore Sieleunou History of the CoPs: successes and perspectives
  2. 2. 2 “a group of people who share a concern, set of problems, or a passion about a topic, and who deepen their knowledge and expertise in this area by interacting on an ongoing basis” Wenger et al (2002) Definition: Communities of Practice (CoPs)
  3. 3. occasional transactional peripheral active coordinator core group lurkers leaders sponsors experts beginners alumni outsiders 3 The CoP as a learning strategy Interaction between peers Interactions expert- apprentice
  4. 4. Understanding new power
  5. 5. 5 CoPKM in global health
  6. 6. Activities (1): F2F meeting
  7. 7. Activities (2): online discussion
  8. 8. Activities (3): blog  Financing Health in Africa: Le Blog  http://www.healthfinancingafrica.org /  Give a space for experts who are usually not heard
  9. 9. Activities (4): multicountry research
  10. 10. 10 Our activities (5): publication
  11. 11. Activities (6): new solutions
  12. 12. Our activities (7): evaluation  Internal  External
  13. 13. How our learning agendas emerge?
  14. 14. 14 A collective journey
  15. 15. Lessons learned (1)  Target individuals and build relationships:  Combine face-to-face and virtual activities  Invest in the “us,” social and informal connections  Build connections through joint knowledge-building projects  Recognize and value different aspects of motivation  Include all stakeholders Morocco site visit to see the RAMED in action Parliamentary round table
  16. 16. Lessons learned (2)  … but involve institutions (Ministries, technical and financial partners, CSOs)!  Mobilize resources for facilitation and activities  Encourage their own staff to participate  Recognize the value of knowledge produced/shared in CoP  Appreciate the expertise and knowledge housed by CoP members  Value evidence (when it is available), acknowledge risks with ideology  Be aware of legal challenges
  17. 17. Lessons learned (3) Secure sustainable funds for facilitation Empower (invest on) active members to build a dynamic core group Diversify sources of funding Promote synergies with other platforms (CoPs, networks, etc ...)
  18. 18. Thank you