Community Structure

The Community Structure serves as a source of collaborative advantage in promoting and fostering the use of one or more modeling principles of practice generalization. It aims to develop foundations for practitioners to pass on knowledge.

The modeling approach of the Community Structure is to present and break the subject domain of knowledge and skills down into separate settings and/or objectives. This is to make the Community Structure more comprehensible and enable the practitioners to share knowledge and/or information in conceptual formation.

Currently, the Community Structure have thirty-four group categories characteristically as follows:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Agriculture, Fishing, & Forestry
  • Beauty Care / Health
  • Business Development
  • Design
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Entertainment
  • Hospitality / F&B
  • IT Application
  • IT Design
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Information
  • IT Languages
  • IT Mobile Phones
  • IT Multimedia
  • IT Network Development
  • IT Operating Systems
  • IT Process Development
  • IT Protocols
  • IT RAD tools
  • IT Security, Quality Assurance, and Software Testing
  • IT Servers
  • IT Services
  • IT Software Development
  • IT Tools Development
  • IT Video
  • IT Web Development
  • Manufacturing
  • Merchandising & Purchasing
  • Science
  • Trading
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Writing

The Community Structure provides these thirty-four group categories to create a place for knowledge and/or information development.

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