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Book A.
Introduction

Book B.
7150 Requirements Guidance

Book C.
Topics

Tools,
References, & Terms

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NASA Engineering Network Communities of Practice

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SWE-999,

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Communities of Practice centered around engineering disciplines and led by NASA Technical Fellows.

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Lesson Learned 99999 - Testing application of lessons learned through excerpt in a SWEREF

Community members work together to identify common problems and explore solutions, and they often develop and implement best practices. Collective disciplines are identified by shared passion for a subject, a shared level of practice within a discipline, and trust and willingness to solve problems collaboratively.Collocated individuals within a discipline commonly share ideas or discuss work challenges. By extending localized interaction to an online, facilitated forum, community members benefit from exposure to a broader set of related information resources, access to a wider field of peer expertise, and expanded opportunities for knowledge sharing and collaboration. Online forums also overcome traditional boundaries of time, distance, and organizational silos.

  • Community members work together to identify common problems and explore solutions, and they often develop and implement best practices.
  • Collective disciplines are identified by shared passion for a subject, a shared level of practice within a discipline, and trust and willingness to solve problems collaboratively.
  • Collocated individuals within a discipline commonly share ideas or discuss work challenges.
  • By extending localized interaction to an online, facilitated forum, community members benefit from exposure to:
    • a broader set of related information resources,
    • access to a wider field of peer expertise, and
    • expanded opportunities for knowledge sharing and collaboration.
  • Online forums also overcome traditional boundaries of time, distance, and organizational silos. 996