A network initiation team is a team that accepts responsibility for the formation of a networked improvement community. It leads a set of processes that articulate the problem to be solved, analyzes the system that produces current undesirable outcomes, and develops the aim statement and initial working theory of practice improvement. The initiation team also takes the lead in securing the necessary supports for the network (both political as well as material), recruiting initial members into the community, and engaging the academic and technical expertise relevant to the specific problem to be solved.
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