Many of the presentations from the 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 and the 1998 conferencesare currently available online.

David Snowden, Cynefin Centre for Organisational Complexity, IBM Global Services, UK
Managing in the Shadow

Greg Searle, Tomoye Corp., Quebec, Canada
Guerrilla-KM: Six Steps to Creating Successful Communities of Practice Online

Joanne Self, Rolls-Royce, Derby, UK
Communities of Practice: the Rolls-Royce Experience

Timothy Butler, SiteScape, Massachusetts, USA
Creating the Right Communities of Practice Model to Facilitate Business Improvement

Denise Schilling, Hewlett-Packard Company, USA
Applying the Community of Practice Model in a Post-Merger Environment: Finding the Best of Both Worlds

Tara Gallus, IEEE, New Jersey, USA
Facilitating Communication and Collaboration through Virtual Communities in a Non-Profit, Technical Professional Association

George Pór, CommunityIntelligence, UK
Building a Business Case for Communities of Practice and Maximising the Weblog Advantage

Alexander Hagmeister, SAP, Germany
Community Reward Programmes

Peter Bradshaw and Stephen Powell, Ultralab, UK
Large-Scale Online Communities of Practice for Professional Learning of School Leaders

Nabil Shabka, BiblioTech and Schoolmaster, London, UK
Structured Anarchy: A Study from the Educational Sector

Chris Rettstatt, KidFu, Chicago, USA
Children and Teens Online: New Generations, New Scenarios

Ali Hossaini, Rainbow Media, New York, USA
What Makes a Successful Virtual Community?

Martin White, Intranet Focus, Surrey, UK
Collaborative Technology Solutions

Miranda Mowbray, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Bristol, UK
What the Grid means for Virtual Communities

Martin Nielson, AltosBanCorp, UK
Consolidation in the Collaborative Software Industry

Dawn Yankeelov, ASPectx, Kentucky, USA
Professional Choices: Positioning the Virtual Community To Fit the Health Care Environment

Ian Bilsborough, Countryside Agency, and Tim Pickles, Sift, UK
Learning Networks in the Countryside Agency

Mark Brogan and Gurpreet Kohli, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia
Case Study of a Vertical Portal: the Cape Range Ningaloo Project

Hannelore Grams, Ogilvy Interactive, Germany
Online Community: A Tool of Customer Relationship Marketing

Hazel Hall, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
Motivations to Share Knowledge: the case of the Cipher Challenge

Ian Jindal, ICP Europe, UK
Trust and Reputation in Business Communities

Lizzie Jackson, BBC, UK
The snail-trail of reputation

Andrew Ross, Oxford University, UK
What We Can Learn From Organic Online Communities? How Communities of Practice Seed Themselves With Conflict