Expand Employee Learning With Communities of Practice
- Maggie Romanovich, APTD
- Association for Talent Development
L&D professionals spend much of their time developing formal learning programs. Yet, in today’s work environment where geographically dispersed workforces may limit in-person gatherings, many budgets are constrained, and the pace of business is increasing, you need to be intentional about fostering experiences and peer interactions to keep learning going. Communities of practice can help you do just that. In this issue of TD at Work, Maggie Romanovich highlights how CoPs work. Further, she:
- Reviews different peer learning methods
- Discusses methods of creating, maintaining, and encouraging CoPs
- Outlines best practices for successful CoPs.
Tools & Resources included in this issue are a CoP worksheet, meeting discussion planning template, and results communication template.
About the Author Maggie Romanovich is a passionate talent development advocate and advisor, dedicated to fostering a culture of continuous learning and championing ongoing professional development. Committed to delivering holistic, best-in-class learning solutions that align business strategy and needs with professional development, she leads L&D efforts for national sales at Constellation Brands. Romanovich enables and empowers account managers through curriculum development, blended learning opportunities, and sales enablement.An accidental trainer, she has been practicing talent development at Constellation for six years. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in communications and radio. She earned her APTD certification in 2017 as well as her Master Instructional Design certificate.
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Expand Employee Learning with Communities of Practice