Positioning Communities of Practice for Success: An APQC White Paper



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More and more organizations are starting to embrace communities of practice as entities that allow employees worldwide to interact, ask questions, share resources, and work collaboratively toward solutions. But what is the secret to creating an effective, sustainable community program? What do top organizations do that sets their communities apart? In this white paper, APQC outlines seven essential elements that define community success and illustrates them with examples from Alcoa World Alumina, Ernst & Young, and Schlumberger.

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