WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL NETWORK ANALYSIS?
It’s the starting point for building the Organizations of the Future
Sound methodology to understand how your organization really works;
Quick access to valuable managerial insights about your employees’ level of centrality and cooperation;
Meaningful results in terms of:
characteristics of the interaction (kind of, density, strength, centrality);
type of interaction (nature and quantity);
performer’s identity (broker, hub, bridge).
HOW4 transforms the traditional Network Analysis into an intuitive Management Tool
State-of-the-art platform: analyzes large and complex organizations based on the employees’ answers to a short survey.
Multiple level of interpretation of results: it maps how your company works at Individual, Team and Organizational level.
Tailored synthesis indicators: How4 provides a series of synthetic indexes to transform raw data in key management views.
How do I benefit from the ONA evidences?
This “new” and massive set of data empowers managers to:
– Perform in-depth analysis on how the organization works;
– Identify key and peripheral players in the company;
– Monitor and evaluate the evolution of corporate informal structure
3 easy and swift solutions to uncover the latent power of informal networks
Detects and maps corporate relationship networks and organizational behaviors at 3 different levels: hierarchical, working and desired.
HOW4 results are summarized in a set of quantitative indicators and relational maps with a clear managerial interpretation.
Reveals the desired and working relationship networks that employees establish to pursue each company strategic goal.
For each strategic objective, HOW Targets can reveal key requests for change by reading the desired relationships between Teams/employees in the organizations.
Identify with PatPat360 and the power of continuous feedback, the emerging working relationships and networks in the daily working activities of employees.
HOW360° provides insights on a variety of aspects beyond organizational analysis such as: Employee Development, Team Management and Performance Appraisal.