Les communautés de pratique pour favoriser l'apprentissage

Elles permettent de partager les connaissances entre des personnes qui exercent le même métier, mais elles sont aussi un moyen d’apprendre sur vous, votre écosystème d’équipes et votre organisation. J’élaborerai sur les diverses façons de mener une communauté de pratique, les meilleures pratiques, et nous les expérimenterons ensemble.

 
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J’élaborerai sur les diverses façons de mener une communauté de pratique : un cercle de coaching, une présentation suivie d’une discussion, une discussion libre, une rencontre de travail. Je discuterai brièvement de plusieurs sujets qui pourraient être utilisés pour des communautés de pratique. Aussi, je partagerai mon expérience personnelle, telle que vécue dans plusieurs entreprises montréalaises où j’ai démarré cette pratique, mais aussi j’évoquerai comment certaines compagnies sont allées plus loin : par exemple, les Guildes et les Chapitres chez Spotify.

J'animerai une communauté de pratique en mode "fish bowl" où les gens pourront participer ou observer. 

Finalement, j’ouvrirai la discussion pour que les personnes présentes puissent partager leurs expériences et parler de ce qui a très bien ou moins bien fonctionné pour eux.

Learning Outcome

  • les avantages d'en tenir, pour tous les types de métiers
  • comment les mener pour que les membres du groupe aient envie d'y aller
  • quoi surveiller comme "smells"
  • une liste de sujets intéressants à couvrir pour tous les métiers dans une équipe de projet informatique (ex. dev, QA, SM, PO)

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