Explore what differentiates one peer group from another to make the best decision for you.

This guide covers:

  • Six high-level questions to help you determine what you need in a peer group
  • The "donut problem" and how to avoid it
  • Why it’s important to understand who is setting the discussion agenda (and how to do it)
  • Why groups trying to cover too many topics is often a recipe for a time-waster

As a business leader, you hear words like "community" and "membership" attached to all sorts of products and services.

But, communities come in all shapes and sizes. The questions outlined here will help you better understand how the group is structured, its purpose, and how it can help you be more successful.