Who Knows Whom, And Who Knows What? Oct 5, 2005 / Comment / 176 views / / Favorite 1Employees’ personal connections can be as valuable as their individual knowledge base. Social network analysis, or SNA, helps maximize a company’s collective smarts. Content: Article Author: Susannah Patton Source: CIO Magazine Subject: Organizational BehaviorRelated ContentBuilding Better Organizational Networks Computer Programs for Social Network Analysis Greg Satell How Org Charts Lie Is This Any Way to Make a Decision? Knowledge Networks: Mapping and Measuring Knowledge Creation, Re-use and Flow Lessons from the Ant Farm Managing Corporate Social Networks Managing the Connected Organization Mapping Employee Chitchat Can Reveal Information Blockages Model Behavior On Trust and Culture orgnet.com Relationship Science: Harnessing Big Data for Power Networking Tapping the Power of Hidden Influencers The Craft of Connection The Hidden Power of Social Networks The Quantum Theory of Trust The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference To Understand Whether Your Company Is Inclusive, Map How Your Employees Interact Understanding Your Social Network and How to Use It Who Loves Ya, Baby? Like this content? Why not share it?Post navigation← Previous postChina Versus the United States: Who has the most to gain (or lose) in apparel?Next post →After “Competence,” “Emotional Intelligence,” and “Learning and Growth”: What’s the Next Step?More Related PostsWhy Tim Cook is Steve BallmerChanging the Change Rules at GoogleAmy Edmondson25 Employee Incentive Ideas that Won’t Break the BankMaud Lindley, Jeffrey Schwartz, and Malcolm ThompsonLeave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Receive a weekly new content update (no spam) via emailThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.