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The Organizational Network Fieldbook: Best Practices, Techniques, and Exercises to Drive Organizational Innovation and Performance by Yaarit Silverstone, Robert J. Thomas, Sally Colella, Jean Singer, Rob Cross

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3.2. Five Added-Value Propositions of Network Analysis

In addition to improving the effectiveness of established communities, ONA can help create new ones. By understanding and tracking a fledgling community, leaders can turn it into one that produces value for members and the organization. This section identifies five common value propositions that organizations seek from CoP programs and shows how ONA can be used to achieve them by targeting interventions and tracking improvements in collaboration within the community. The remainder of this chapter demonstrates how network interventions can help a CoP deliver on these five value propositions:

Figure 3.1a. HALLIBURTON PRE-CHANGE NETWORK ANALYSIS
Figure 3.1b. HALLIBURTON POST-CHANGE NETWORK ...

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