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By Donald Collins, Catheleen Jordan, Heather Coleman

ISBN-10: 1133956009

ISBN-13: 9781133956006

Accompanies "An advent to kin Social paintings" (4th variation) through Donald Collins
Practice Behaviors Workbook for Collins/Jordan/Coleman’s Brooks/Cole Empowerment sequence: An creation to family members Social paintings, 4th

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151). People learn how to work, they learn how to engage with each other, and as they do so they can play a part in the relations that define the community. They also learn how to interpret and use the community's repertoire of practice. This includes a community's artefacts, actions, and language and makes use of the community's history in the form of references and memories. Identity then, like legitimation, is a form of competence that is constantly being renegotiated over time. Having brought CoPs up-to-date Wenger (1998) provides a list of possible characteristics that he feels define a CoP.

However, we need to look more closely at a solution for managing the softer aspects of knowledge in a distributed environment. As the softer aspects are found in relationships, are constructed in a social context, and are difficult or impossible to articulate, they pose particular difficulties to KM, namely, how can they be managed, and how can they be managed in the global environment? The dominant capture-codify-store approach is not suitable for sharing soft knowledge, for it is not a simple matter of making the softer aspects hard.

Like the shared artefacts in DC, the artefacts reified here have knowledge embedded in them; however, the duality shows that it is the harder aspects that have been reified. Wenger (1998) emphasises that these two constituent processes are separable analytically but are a duality. One cannot replace the other. Participation is undefined without reification and vice versa. They are not a dichotomy; they are a complementary pair in that they differ in how they affect the negotiation of meaning. In participation, mutuality is essential as members of a community recognise themselves in each other.

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