Communities Are Different from Teams

 

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  • March 30, 2010
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In this excerpt from APQC's March 2010 KM community call, Stan Garfield, community evangelist at Deloitte, explains the unique characteristics of communities that differentiate them from teams. According to Garfield, teams are usually assigned and of finite duration, whereas communities are voluntary and ongoing.

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