Partner with your peers to create solutions and grow together. Learn from each other’s successes and experiences. There is value in networking and value in identifying local experts.
What is a MUSE Community Peer Group?
A CPG is exactly that – a group of individuals, working toward the same goals, comprising a community that joins together to solve issues and create best practices.
How are Community Peer Groups different from regular Peer Groups?
The Community Peer Groups are not module-focused. They can be multi-topic, or focus on one topic, rather than a module. Also, Community Peer Groups are structured geographically so that members can easily meet and connect with each other regularly.
Who can attend a Community Peer Group meeting?
Attendance is limited to Facility Members and sponsoring Commercial Members.
Facility members may attend any CPG event; attendance is not restricted geographically.
A MUSE Community Peer Group enables you to:
- Connect regularly with your local MUSE peers to learn from each other, share your experiences and improve your facilities.
- Engage more effectively with your neighboring MUSE members.
- Identify local topic and subject matter experts.
- Discuss pertinent topics in a more specific and detailed atmosphere – through teleconferences, webinars, face-to-face meetings and publications.
- Leverage MUSE resources to organize, plan and stage your meetings.
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- MAKIN IT includes Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska.
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