A Community of Practice  can evolve naturally because of the members' common interest in a particular domain or area, or it can be created deliberately with the goal of gaining knowledge related to a specific field. It is through the process of sharing information and experiences with the group that members learn from each other, and have an opportunity to develop personally and professionally (Lave & Wenger 1991).

 This platform is an opportunities for all practitioners in SAIL to connect to fellow practitioners and share knowledg, problems and solutions.

 The first community of practice  to  get started is the CoP on Hydraulics but we will add more  as people volanteer to steer more areas like blast furnaces, coke making , steel making and so on.

Happy shared learning.

 

ED(HRD) SAIL has been encouraging innovation in content, delivery, presentation and L&D services. Therefore it is envisaged that sharing of resources through this portal will ensure benefit from increased access to best practices, available documents, etc.

All participants are request to actively participate in the forum.

Please use tags, detailed decription of the resources being shared for easy reference.

Happy Learning !!

Following lin can be also be referred - 

https://www.eabhigyan.com/course/view.php?id=192


This community of practice is for professionals involved in practices and initiatives related to the P&A function, which includes area like Industrial Relations, Estate Management, Performance management, Employee services, Rules, Manpower planning, HRIS and other IT systems in P&A, Liason...

P&A has many specializations within it and each area can further focus their discussions on specific threads in the forum.

This CoP is the online platform for knowledge sharing in the area of  Raw Materials Handling in steel plants, which includes professionals from RMHP, OHP, RMD, OBBP  and other such departments that deal with the handling, blending and preparation of ores.

This community of Practice is a platform for sharing experiences and expertise on Safety related issues. knowledge  available in other sources on the web may be provided as links. this platform can also be used to share problems and seek solutions.

Aim

The aim of this workshop to enable the development of communities of practice in SAIL for facilitating learning and transfer of knowledge across plants and units.

Objectives

At the end of this program the participants will be able to

  • Understand how communities of practice can be as a mechanism for accelerating collective learning and solving practical problems in different technical and functional domains.
  • Learn about tools and techniques for developing and sustaining communities of practice (CoPs) in their workplace and connecting the CoPs across plants and units.
  • Plan for developing and sustaining communities of practice in SAIL.

This forum is a platform for finance professionals to share knowledge resources in the area of finance. please tag your posts with keywords so that people can locate them through keyword search also.

you can post questions and respond to queries on  this forum and the conversations can be sources of learning. 
You can also share reference documents as attachments, or provide links to different sources of knowledge on the internet.

This forum is a platform for MM and Contracts  professionals to share knowledge resources in the area of finance. please tag your posts with keywords so that people can locate them through keyword search also.
You can post questions and respond to queries on  this forum and the conversations can be sources of learning. 
You can also share reference documents as attachments, or provide links to different sources of knowledge on the internet.

This forum is a platform for the community of practice on Automation   and Instrumentation  to share problems, new insights and solutions. All SAIL employees who have an interest in any of the domains and related subjects are welcome to use this platform for knowledge sharing and learning. All you need to do is log in and either add your comments to an existing discussion or add a new discussion.  You can even attach files or links to sites that you find are useful.


this forum is a platform for IT professionals to share insights and resources for enhancing the effectiveness of IT in SAIL