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Agile Tips: How to Participate in CoP Meetings

Communities of Practice are a vital part of the Agile Framework, and are intended to encourage learning, foster motivation, and opens a wide range of expertise to help with technical challenges to fuel continuous improvement.

The Mobile Design and Mobile Development Community of Practice meetings allow more meaningful contributions to the larger goals of the enterprise. And you are invited to attend and contribute!

Mark your calendar!

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Join us for the Mobile Design Community of Practice meeting — a creative dialogue among KP mobile designers — on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 1 pm PT.

 


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The Mobile Development Community of Practice meets once a month, too! Join us on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 1 pm PT.
 


 

Catch up on 2019 CoPs

The MCoE is dedicated to keeping up with all things mobile. Recently, we attended the Google I/O and WWDC conferences and shared updates with our partners during the July 16, 2019 CoP. Please visit the archives to catch up!
 

Listen and learn, or show and tell

Contact us to join the community and you can even become a “Mobile CoP Influencer” by presenting your topic. Just let us know when you’re ready, and we will schedule a time slot just for you.
 


Communities of Practice (CoPs) are organized groups of people who have a common interest in a specific technical or business domain. They collaborate regularly to share information, improve their skills, and actively work on advancing the general knowledge of the domain. Healthy CoPs have a culture built on professional networking, personal relationships, shared knowledge, and common skills. Combined with voluntary participation, CoPs provide knowledge workers with opportunities to experience autonomy, mastery, and purpose beyond their daily tasks on an Agile Release Train (ART). CoPs enable practitioners to exchange knowledge and skills with people across the entire organization. This open membership offers access to a wide range of expertise to help with technical challenges, fuel continuous improvement and allows more meaningful contributions to the larger goals of the Enterprise. The result is that organizations benefit from rapid problem-solving, improved quality, cooperation across multiple domains, and increased retention of top talent.

Source: https://www.scaledagileframework.com/communities-of-practice/


MCoE Partnership – Contact Us

The MCoE (Mobility Center of Excellence) is here to help with all things mobile, not only for our Members, but also for our Providers and Workforce.

Please reach out to MCoE-Comms@kp.org to subscribe to our bi-monthly newsletter. If you’re developing, designing, certifying or deploying a mobile app within your program, submit an intake form for app kits and advice.


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