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  • Development pathways and self-sustaining communities

    Posted by Cayman Islands on 19 July 2022 at 9:52 am

    For communities to be fully effective they need an identity and to be inherently self-defined and self-managed. This is where development pathways using the 70:20:10 approach become invaluable. It is the sharing of learned and applied techniques and common experiences that create and sustain a community.

    Self-sustaining communities tend to establish and be involved in some or many of these:

    • topic-specific ‘lunch & learn’ events
    • informal meetings where current project/programme logs are analysed
    • reviewing recent issues and identifying any lessons to be learned
    • senior manager-led events – celebrating successes
    • establishing a community ‘brand’
    • identifying a group of ‘go to’ SMEs / coaches
    • establishing a community repository of exemplars
    • peer reviews of documents, plans and schedules
    • what works well hints and tips, emails / blogs etc.
    • critiquing and agreeing common ways of working
    • networking events.
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