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World Bank: Communities of Practice
Question: What is the difference between a CoP, a network, a work team, and other types of communities?
Answer: A community of practice is different from a network in the sense that focuses on a substantive topic; it is not just a set of relationships. A CoP is different from a work team in that the shared learning and interest of its members keep it together. It is defined by knowledge rather than by an individual task, and exists because participation has value to its members. A CoP is different from other communities since its members are more likely to share a common profession or work situation....