Use a Combination of Corporate and Business-Unit Funding for Communities of Practice

 

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APQC's Collaborative Benchmarking research shows that, when organizations launch their first communities of practice, funding is typically provided by a central or corporate group that underwrites the initiative. However, over time, funding and support from this group is balanced with increased funding and support from business units.

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