It is easy to start new initiatives. And much harder to make them endure. Whether or it is a new team, a new community, or a new product, how do you create a foundation to build on?
Thankfully, the Liberating Structure "Purpose to Practice" is of great help here as it gives groups five essential elements to focus on: purpose, principles, participants, structure, and practices.
We've frequently used Purpose to Practice (P2P) to start new teams, communities of Scrum Masters, change initiatives, and even entire organizations. In this episode, we share how we've used P2P in our work, specifically for our growing community of patrons, and how you can use it in your own work.
Read a blog post we wrote about Purpose to Practice here:
Or try this prepared string for a Purpose-to-Practice with your team.
Or download a free PDF canvas for Purpose to Practice.
And we happily invite you to join our growing community of patrons and work with us to refine our Purpose to Practice together: https://patreon.com/liberators