MANAGEMENT OF HYBRID COMMUNITIES OF LEARNING AND PRACTICE
The Hybrid Communities of Learning and Practice are places where there is interaction between people from different generations, different sexes and different types of organisation, with the aim of promoting the development and transfer of intangible capital by improving functional, technical and strategic skills and gearing them towards social innovation processes and collectively overcoming challenges.
– PHASE 1: Identification of strategic challenges. Determining the following criteria: need, priority, functionality and alignment with the objectives of the community in question.
– PHASE 2: Selection of the people participating. Defining the core strategic, variable, primary and secondary concepts, organising the integrated interactive chart.
– PHASE 3: Monitoring the Communities of Learning and Practice. Designing stages, adapting invigoration techniques, monitoring system, decision-making system.
– PHASE 4: Multi-level assessment. Proposing indicators, establishing analytical categories, developing questionnaires, measurement integration system.