Successfully Building a Virtual Community: What Are We Learning as We Create the Future of the IP Community?
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This paper provides a brief summary of the activities, successes and challenges faced within the IP Community after the September 2002 community-wide Appreciative Inquiry Summit. The Summit produced several successes and represented a major step forward in the evolution of the community. Post-summit activity generated and provided clarity regarding many issues the community currently faces. A framework for assessing these issues is presented.
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