Discover how a learning and sharing agenda was democratized in a large group like Tata, with a presence in more than 100+ countries and a total workforce of 700,000+. The group companies follow the Tata business excellence model (TBEM), which is adopted from the U.S. Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA). The primary purpose of TBEM movement is to transfer the best practices from one Tata company to another, which in turn helps in the performance excellence journey. In 2014, a group level knowledge management program, the Tata best practices program, was conceptualized and then implemented to create a repository of best practices from various group companies, identified as an outcome of the TBEM assessments. The session will show how this program was designed and implemented to target the engagement of group companies and group employees. Change management was one of the very important focus areas of this large-scale program, considering the complexity of businesses that the group has. In 2018, there have been 530+ practices created as a repository from 40+ Tata companies.