Case Study: Applying Communities of Practice in Graduate Enrollment Management for a Cultural Interpretation of Workplace Learning
This paper undertakes a cultural interpretation of the roles professional expertise play in the workplace with a community of post-secondary administrators at one institution. To better understand and evaluate Wenger’s (1998) concept of communities of practice, this case study explored boundaries, intersections, and learning communities in communities of practice in graduate enrollment management (GEM). The paper examined communities of practice at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The study defined the following interventions as indicators of a community of practice in graduate enrollment management: a) boundaries of position; (b) constellations of communities; and (c) learning communities. The paper also considered implications for professional and organizational development.
Campbell, Dean; Bishop, Nadielka; and Sarin, Sanjiv
"Case Study: Applying Communities of Practice in Graduate Enrollment Management for a Cultural Interpretation of Workplace Learning,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 2:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol2/iss2/2
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