Solutions: Organizational Effectiveness

Collaboration within and among organizations has become increasing important, driven primarily by increasing specialization of knowledge-based work and globalization. However, effectively enabling or managing collaboration is elusive since it often cuts across functions, locations, business units, and sometimes even organizations. Organizational network analysis makes collaboration visible via network maps of relationships. With quantitative and qualitative data, organizations can not only analyze economic costs and benefits of interactions but identify key interventions to redefine roles, provide incentives, and allocate resources.

Learn how to . . .

Align Strategic Goals with Collaboration in Networks

Reduce Costs of Collaboration

Improve Collaboration Critical to Core Processes

Create Effective Lateral Networks (e.g., Communities of Practice, Alliances)

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