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Distinctions between Networks. Delivery Networks Sponsor Appointed leader Budget Meet Physically Performance Contract Measurable value Deliver collectively. Enabling Networks/Communities No sponsor needed Emergent leader No budget Usually meet virtually Mission or Vision statement

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Distinctions between networks

Distinctions between Networks

Delivery Networks

Sponsor

Appointed leader

Budget

Meet Physically

Performance Contract

Measurable value

Deliver collectively

Enabling Networks/Communities

No sponsor needed

Emergent leader

No budget

Usually meet virtually

Mission or Vision statement

Value hard to measure

Deliver benefits individually


Distinctions between networks

Lifecycle of a Network

CumulativeEnergy

  • Continue?

  • Celebrate & close?

  • Redefine?

  • Divide?

High

Remind people that they can leave! Email.

  • Continue to seek questions

  • Focus on a real problem to re-energize

  • Monitor

  • Q&A speed & frequency

  • Joiners/leavers

  • Find some “burning questions” early on

  • “Jog people” to respond

  • Marketing

  • Link from related websites

  • Send newsletter to other networks

  • Quick wins

  • Advertise successes

  • Teleconferences

  • Newsletter

  • Brand? Logo?

  • Website

  • Develop “Charter”

  • Roles (Leader, Sponsor, Mentor)

  • “Code of conduct”

  • Processes/tools

  • Evaluation of need

  • Go/no go decision

  • Duplication?

  • Use welcome e-mail or telephone calls for new members

  • Introduce to new members

  • Develop strategy for growth:

  • Organic?

  • Inorganic?

  • Face-to-face meeting

  • Consider options for tools/support

  • Critical mass of interest parties

Low

Time


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