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Organizations are changing drastically in the context of digital business models and automation. This means we need to look at them differently now, and good old orgcharts no longer help us – in fact, they do more harm than good. What is the emerging alternative? One is network analytics and visualization, and here is the essential brief.
Former British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, once said: “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.”, and he couldn’t have been more correct. Change, or better yet, managing change has indeed become a crucial component of a successful organization’s game plan. Without effective change management practices in place, even the best ones are set for failure.
Network graphs provide a fantastic way to visualize interactions, communications patterns and the flow of information in an organization, but how do you interpret them? This article is to help you find your way in the wilderness of nodes, edges, hubs and bridges.
A little less than a week ago, Internal Communications expert, Mike Klein, published an interesting and inspiring article, discussing the findings of the eight annual edition of Gatehouse’s State of the Sector.