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What is a Good Practice?

A good practice is a process or methodology that is ethical, fair, and replicable, has been shown to work well, succeeds in achieving its objective(s), and therefore can be recommended as a model.


The essence of identifying and sharing good practices is to learn from others and to encourage the application of knowledge and experience to new situations. 


A good practice need not be viewed as prescriptive, but can be adapted to meet new challenges, becoming better as improvements are discovered.