The important question is: how do you learn the best practices of other organizations? Here are a few suggestions:
- Attend other groups' meetings. The Penn Libertarians would actually go to the International Socialist Organization's meetings to see what they were doing and evaluate what they were doing good and bad. If it's a public meeting, you should not be ashamed to attend their meeting. Be open that you're with another organization, but interested in learning from them. This may even lead to future collaborative projects.
- Join other groups' list-serves. The other groups' should be happy that their list-serve has increased in size, and you get to see what they're doing.
- Attend events of other organizations.
- Ask leaders of other organizations to have coffee and talk about how they run their organization. Some will say no for various reasons, but you may strike gold and find one other leader who is open to talking with you.
- Get involved with SFL. If it's difficult to learn from other groups on your campus, then learn what other pro-liberty groups are doing through SFL.