Optimize: Model BehaviorOptimize: Model Behavior
A fast-paced economy requires flexible, adaptive structures that self-organize internally in response to external changes. Managers don't need pictures of hierarchy; they need visualizations of the wide-ranging connections that make up companies' learning systems. Rather than charts showing who reports to whom, they need charts to show who knows what and whom, and who works most often with whom. That's the purpose of organizational-network analysis, the application of social-network theory to organizations. ONA paints a much more accurate picture of how a company actually works, shares knowledge, and completes processes.
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