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Upskilling Through Communities of Practice

How communities of practice can enhance your agile skills and mindset with other like-minded professionals.

What is Communities of Practice?

Communities of Practices (COP) is an organized group of professionals that meet at regular intervals to share a common interest in a specific technical domain or business profession. They share their common bond to improve each others skills, interest and profession as a whole.




Agile Mindset, Adaptive Management and Servant Leadership insights that you can use from an experienced agile practitioner and passionate blogger.

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Luke Pivac

Luke Pivac

A Senior Scrum Master helping teams and stakeholders succeed by using an agile mindset. An experienced Delivery Lead and published author. PSM-1, MSP5, ICP-APM

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