Are you an ISPE Member looking for a better way to connect with your colleagues from around the globe? Or are you a Member seeking information on new trends, issues or concerns affecting your profession and your day-to-day work life?
Then consider joining an ISPE
Community of Practice (CoP). CoPs are groups of ISPE Members with a common interest and similar job functions who collaborate on topic-specific discussions using the ISPE social networking platform.
Join Communities of Practice Discussion How does joining a Community of Practice benefit you today?
CoPs act as a knowledge resource by providing a library of articles, presentations, white papers and more grouped according to your technical focus.
CoPs provide tips that will help you and your company be more successful and productive
By joining a Community of Practice, you not only gain access to a wealth of knowledge from your colleagues but now you have the opportunity to share your own knowledge and experiences as well!
We know you are a busy professional without a lot of extra time –
ISPE’s new social networking site for CoPs can help you to: Easily search through thousands of colleagues’ profiles with a variety of search criteria – easily search by name, company or region – to connect and network with colleagues from around the globe.
Create a personal profile that’s populated directly into the networking site from your ISPE Membership information.
Customize your profile with your photo, links to other social networks, YouTube videos, company web links, articles and much more!
Post and respond to questions posed by Members and include links and references.
Stay up-to-date on issues and trends by setting your own preferences for email notifications and subscriptions in Topics and Discussions.
Combines forum discussions with the networking ease of popular social medial functionality.
CoPs are a free benefit of
ISPE Membership! Join one or more Communities by updating your ISPE profile today. Find a community that best meet your needs – explore your Communities of Practice options today and review the rules and etiquette guidelines.
Join Communities of Practice Discussion Current ISPE Technical Communities
Product Development & Production Systems Network
Facilities and Equipment Network
End to End Supply Chain Management Network
Information Systems Network
How to Join and Update Your ISPE Communities of Practice