What Do Productive Networked Improvement Communities Do?

March 29, 2017

Carnegie fellow Jennifer Russell‘s blog post, “How to Launch a Productive Network,” was one of the most read blog posts of 2016 on the Carnegie Commons Blog. Russell, a research scientist and associate professor, outlines the basic structure of the networked improvement community which include several domains:

  1. Developing a theory of practice improvement
  2. Learning and using improvement research methods
  3. Building a measurement and analytic infrastructure
  4. Leading, organizing, and operating the network
  5. Fostering the emergence of culture, norms, and identity consistent with network aims

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