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We have dedicated this page to our resource materials – webinar material archive, white papers, ONA test, and audiovisual materials – that helps you to better understand the potential of network science in business.

CASE STUDIES

Having the Energy to Change Organizational Culture

CASE STUDY OF A MAJOR ENERGY COMPANY’S APPROACH TO ACCELERATE CHANGE

One of OrgMapper’s client, a European energy company – with more than 43,000 employees based in offices around the world – faced critical challenges of the highly regulated market, and also managing the impact of digitalization on the day to day operations.

In order to keep up with the pace, they acknowledged that traditional change models had not so far had the required impact, and had also not been demonstrating the results quickly enough. They researched available solutions and providers, focusing on tools that could support organizational change.

In this case study, we share with you the complete project – including the detailed problem the client faced with, the business advantage of network science Team OrgMapper provided, and the impact of Influencer identification on the environment.

HOW MAVEN7 – ORGMAPPER HELPED VALUES IN ACTION TO SHAPE THE CULTURE OF THE IRISH HEALTH SERVICE SECTOR 

Two years ago Values in Action was about shaping the culture of the Health Service Executive (HSE) Ireland. The new approach aims to build the desired health service – from the inside out – making the health service a better place for staff, patients and service users. In order to achieve their goal, HSE partnered with The Chalfont Project, developers of the Viral Change™ methodology, to create large-scale behavioural and cultural change. The Chalfont Project and Maven 7 are strategic partners. Maven7 – OrgMapper provided Organizational Network Analysis solution in order to carry out a social network analysis on a target population of over 4,000 people, as part of Values in Action.

In this case study, you will find detailed information about the background of HSE, their pain points and the solution The Chalfont Project and Maven7- OrgMapper provided. Further, we share best practices with you concerning Influencers in action.

OrgMapper | INFLUENCE in a Nutshell

The Organizational Diagnostic Tool

OrgMapper | INFLUENCE Timeline

Measurable Results by OrgMapper

WEBINAR MATERIALS

OUR HOSTS WERE…

ANDRÁS VICSEK

CEO and Co-Founder of Maven7

Andras is a researcher, a management consultant and a trainer specialized in organizational and social network analysis with a solid background in change management, team, and organizational development. Before founding Maven7 with his partners, he gained vast experience as the head of several research projects regarding work stress, motivation, loyalty, and employer branding. Andras is the key technical expert of Maven7’s products, services, and related certification training programs Maven7 is providing to its Organizational Development partners.

DANIEL BODONYI

Product Strategy Director – OrgMapper | EXCELLENCE 

Daniel Bodonyi is the faculty lead of the Data-Driven HR Program at the Spark Institute at the International Business School in Budapest and consults ONA technology firm Maven7 and Tokyo-based tech recruitment firm Wahl & Case on HR tech product development. Previously, he worked as the managing director of Attuned.ai, a people analytics SaaS solution that won accolades at UNLEASH (formerly HR Tech World) in London and the Wharton People Analytics Conference in Philadelphia. He has been invited to speak about people analytics at various conferences and companies and is currently working on a book that explores the organizational challenges and practices of high-growth organizations.

DR. LEANDRO HERRERO

CEO, Chief Organization Architect and lead designer of the products and services of The Chalfont Project

Dr Leandro Herrero is the CEO, Chief Organization Architect and lead designer of the products and services of The Chalfont Project, an international firm of organizational architects. He is the pioneer of Viral Change, a people Mobilizing Platform in organizations, a methodology that delivers large scale behavioural and cultural change in organizations, creating lasting capacity for change-ability. Viral ChangeTM creates and sustains social movements, whether inside the organization or in the macro-social arena.

He is the author of the book, ‘Viral ChangeTM, the alternative to slow, painful and unsuccessful management of change in organizations’ (2006, 2008) and its follow up ‘Homo Imitans, the art of social infection; viral change in action’. He has also written 4 other management books on leadership, change and disruptive management innovation.

Dr Herrero’s primary focus of work is the creation of cutting edge organizational architectures based upon three pillars: an Enabling Design, a Mobilizing Platform (Viral Change) and Collective Leadership (Leadership for Collective Action).

MARGHERITA LARNÉ-JONES

Director of Culture Capital

With more than 24 years in her field, Margherita has earned a reputation as a practice leader and consultant in organisational effectiveness working with some of Australia’s most respected organisations, both as an in-house and external consultant.

Some of Margherita’s major career highlights have seen her working as an Organisational Development Advisor for one of Australia’s largest retail employers and a Change Leader in one of Australia’s most respected financial institutions.

Margherita’s depth and breadth of OD consulting experience ably equips her to support organisational culture transformation, group development, and leadership development. Her strategic OD expertise has assisted large systems with planning and implementing cultural change initiatives to meet business outcomes. Margherita’s approach to team effectiveness has enabled teams to work more cohesively and effectively. Her executive coaching and leadership development is solution focused—a focus on both the outcome and personal insight.

MICHAEL ARENA, PhD

Chief Talent and Development Officer – General Motors

Dr. Michael Arena is the Chief Talent and Development Officer for General Motors Corporation. He is responsible for enterprise talent management, strategic workforce analytics, talent acquisition, executive development and global learning. Since joining General Motors, he has employed an evidence-based approach to driving organizational performance, leveraging such concepts as predictive analytics and network analysis to empirically determine talent needs across the pipeline. These approaches have been complemented with qualitative research methods such as design thinking to discover the effective nuances of local solutions. Prior to joining GM, Dr. Arena served as senior vice president of Leadership Development for Bank of America’s Global Consumer and Small Business Banking group and spent two years as a visiting scientist within the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, where he studied the intersection of human behavior, innovation and social connectivity. Additionally, he served as an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science at Queens University in the McColl School of Business.

QUENTIN JONES

Managing Director of Culture Capital

Quentin Jones is one of Australia’s foremost experts in management, leadership, and organisational development. Over the past 20 years, Quentin has pioneered the concept of leadership and culture and its links to business performance. Innovation and research are his passions and his contribution as thought leader, consultant, educator, and business and network builder has set Australia as a leader in this field.

Quentin has extensive public speaking experience and his presentations have been applauded by audiences including the Australian Institute of Management, American Chamber of Commerce, and the Sustainable Human Capital Management Conference.

TIM POINTER

Founder of Starboard Thinking

Tim Pointer has 20 years’ leadership experience and has directed business transformation (double-digit growth, mergers, acquisitions & IPO) in global organizations across premium & lifestyle brands, FMCG, and retail. Tim is a CIPD award winner, engagement and culture expert, consultant and HRD practitioner, and is based in London.

DR. ZSOLT SZELECKI

Senior Transformation Executive and Consultant

Zsolt is a senior organizational and change consultant, facilitator. He has 25 years’ experience in helping large, complex organizations to change, innovate and realize performance potential. Zsolt has particular experience in re-organizations, cultural and digital change initiatives globally. He has been consulting at large multinational organizations, institutions, NGOs and Fortune Top 500 businesses. Zsolt has experience as an entrepreneur, corporate officer, and independent consultant, further worked longer periods for AON Hewitt, PwC as a regional partner.

THE SECRET OF A SUCCESSFUL GRASSROOTS-DRIVEN CULTURE CHANGE PROJECT 

Influencers play a pivotal role in large scale behavioural and cultural change.

They drive the bottom-up, grassroots transformation, using the Viral Change ™ platform. In the HSE, influencers (also known as Champions) are at the centre of this successful and ongoing Viral Change ™ project.

‘REAL-TIME’ CULTURE CHANGE & OTHER DISRUPTIVE IDEAS ABOUT CULTURE 

Organisation culture is a hot topic nowadays, and if only 19% of culture change initiatives succeed, it’s time to review our basic assumptions about the ‘how’ of culture change.

There is a major shift going on at the moment about our understanding of how behaviour change happens within organisations.

But do our senior executives have the latest models and tools to lead successful culture change? Margherita Larné-Jones and Quentin Jones, Directors at Culture Capital, will introduce ‘real-time’ culture change and other disruptive ideas about culture that every senior executive needs to know about.

GETTING STARTED WITH PEOPLE ANALYTICS

Co-hosted by Andras Vicsek, CEO & Co-Founder of Maven7 – OrgMapper and Daniel Bodonyi, Product Strategy Director of OrgMapper | EXCELLENCE & People Analytics ExpertAccording to Deloitte’s 2018 Global Human Capital Trends report, “the people data revolution has finally arrived.” 84% of companies view people analytics as important, and 69% are building integrated systems to analyze people data.

The practical implementation of people analytics, however, is fraught with challenges, and it is not always easy to know where and how to start.

Our webinar offers a step-by-step guide for organizations wishing to get started with this important new field, covering topics such as:

  1. How to pick the right challenges to solve with people analytics
  2. How to decide what and how to analyze and measure
  3. How to translate analytics into action and drive organizational change using people analytics

The Human Element of Digital Transformation 

co-hosted with Tim Pointer (Founder of Starboard Thinking)

In today’s fast-paced world, it is becoming widely accepted that digital products and services cannot be effectively executed by old school, hierarchical operations.

At this event, attendees had the opportunity to

  • learn more about the human & organizational factors of digital transformation and which strategies maximise success levels,
  • understand where OrgMapper have come from and what it does to accelerate digital transformation,
  • appreciate the informal networks at play inside and outside of organizations, that drive the adoption of change during digital transformation,
  • explore case studies from organizations globally.

The Powerful Role of Influencers

This webinar was dedicated to the Influencers – your employees who have a wide-spread network within the organization. The group of Influencers are capable of reaching out to the majority of the total workforce and accelerate any organizational change. You will hear exact business cases concerning who are these powerful people and how you can find them.

Unlimited Potential of Organizational Network Analysis in the Financial Sector

One of the business sectors Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) shows a proven track record of success is Financial Sector. This webinar took a special look at the industry-specific challenges – from regulatory issues, through disruptive technologies to growth perspectives – and discuss how ONA tools could enhance or accelerate the changes required.

WHITE PAPERS

Learn How to Influence the Right Change

This material gives you a better understanding of the key employees’ role – who we call as Influencers – within your organization and the benefits of having clearly identified organizational networks.

You will get an insight into the followings:

  • Why is organizational change so difficult?
  • How can change be enacted successfully?
  • How powerful is organizational network mapping?
  • Who are your hidden influencers?

Learn How to Strengthen Collaboration and Feedback Culture

A Guide for Stronger Collaboration & Feedback Culture with the Power of Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)

This material helps you facilitate efficient collaboration and develop a feedback culture, regardless of place and time, with the power of Organizational Network Analysis methodology.

You will get an insight into:

  • Will your company be a disruptor or will it be disrupted?
  • How can you measure, understand, and build a stronger collaboration culture?
  • How can OrgMapper | Excellence (extension tool of G Suite / MS Outlook) assist you and how does it work?
  • How to get started?

SELF-DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Is your company ready for ONA?

This tool will help you to determine if your organization is ready to work with Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) methods and tools.

The assessment questions are based on experience with 100+ ONA projects in business.

PODCAST

The Guardians of Organizational Cultural Change

Would you want to know who the New Zealand people call as “cultiral kaitiakis”? Bernie White, our partner in New Zealand from Better Change will share it with you. He is an expert in organizational change management and will share his experience about a cultural change project that took place in a large public service department in New Zealand.

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