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The Future of Organization

Aiming to eliminate the compromises in organizational life. Covering some interesting and provocative ideas, spanning human rights, complexity science, the d...

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Leadershift: Reinventing Leadership for the Age of Mass Collaboration - Emmanuel Gobillot - Download Business

Leadershift: Reinventing Leadership for the Age of Mass Collaboration - Emmanuel Gobillot - Download Business | networks and network weaving | Scoop.it
Leadershift looks at how to lead in the web 2.0 Age.

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How a Social Network Analysis ( #SNA ) can help #leadership development programs | #health

How a Social Network Analysis ( #SNA ) can help #leadership development programs | #health | networks and network weaving | Scoop.it
Submitted by Deborah Meehan on Tue, 04/29/2014 - 15:17 Over the past several months the Leadership Learning Community has had the opportunity to partner with the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York to conduct a Social Network Analysis of their Health Leadership Fellows ...

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How we went about the project: 

 

LLC contracted with Ken Vance Borland, Executive Director of the Conservation Planning Institute because of his experience with SNA software and mapping.  He also understands the ‘so what’ of producing maps which is to help people in the network learn how to use the information provided in the maps to make their network stronger.  Together we developed a survey that went out to the first four cohorts. An advisory group of Health Leadership Fellows tested the survey, gave us feedback on the questions and helped mobilize other fellows from their cohort to complete the survey. 

 

The fellows taking the survey were provided the names of everyone taking the survey and asked to check names of other fellows with whom they had developed a new relationship, shared resources and information and collaborated with on health related projects.   In addition, survey respondents were asked a number of demographic questions about where they worked, their cohort, the issues they focused on in their work, and their professions.  These questions made it possible not only to produce maps of who was collaborating but to also see how people were connected across their regions or their cohorts.  To get good and reliable data from an SNA it’s important to have at least a 75% participation rate.  The Health Leadership Fellows program has a very impressive 89% response rate. 

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Another article on leverage points, this time from the perspective of leadership.

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