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What is Organizational Network Analysis?

The Organizational Network Analysis is the new starting point for building efficient organizations

This methodology enables users to know and map the real functioning of their organization by analyzing the work relationships and the level of interaction among resources.
Information, problem-solving, operational support, effectiveness, productivity and ideas travel through such informal connections (across company charts).
The Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) visualizes and interprets the interactions among resources as far as their features (kind, density, strength, centrality), type (nature and quantity) and performer’s identity (broker, hub, bridge) to spot and interpret the relationship and exchange of value in the organisational and business processes.

Our Approach

HOW4 transforms traditional Network Analysis into a reliable Management Tool

HOW4 features a state-of-the-art platform that allows network analysis in large and complex organizations based on the analysis of the working interactions among people thanks to a very short survey (4 questions in the basic module).
Our tool can be used to map how your company really works as a whole as well as at the individual level or by organizational units.
It provides 2 main modules according to your mapping and analysis goals: HOW4 and HOW Targets (optional).
Tailored synthesis indicators facilitate understanding of the evidences according to key management views.
What does this mean?
It means that in addition to relational maps, a “new” and massive set of data (relating to the role and organizational behavior for each resource/team) is provided which helps build appropriate quantitative indices and allows the following:
– In-depth analysis of how the organization works,
– Identifying and understanding its strong and weak points,
– Monitoring evolution over time.

HOW4 and HOW Targets

We have 2 main modules. Select one or both, depending on your mapping and analysis goals.


Find out how the organization works

4 Questions
Maps and over 20 quantitative indicators


Read Networks in relation to strategic objectives

4 Questions
More than 10 analytics indices

Typical Steps of a Project

3 Easy Steps, Many Outputs, Useful Applications


1-2 weeks

  • Definition of the organizational layers according to the kind of analysis
  • Information collection to sort out the Database


2-3 weeks

  • Communication of the initiative
  • Submit survey to participants


3-4 weeks

  • Real time outputs already organized in meaningful indicators
  • Reading and management evidences
  • Identifying first recommendations of intervention and in-depth analyses


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Management Team

Fabio Fedel

Chief Executive Officer

Fabio is recognized as an expert in the Value Based Management approach, having worked as a consultant for many FTSE Mib Index companies. With insight gained from his work with leading businesses, Fabio developed his own conceptual managerial framework. This groundbreaking tool uses the body of evidence produced by HOW4 to enhance the value creation performances of companies.
In addition to his stewardship of HOW4, Fabio serves as Managing Director of Active Value Advisors. He Is also on the board of several financial and industrial firms.

  • Value Based Management 100%
  • Strategy 95%
  • Change Management 80%

Sergio Ronchi

Chief Technology Officer

Sergio is the senior automation engineer in charge of the company’s technological and software infrastructure.
Thanks to years of experience and the diverse projects he has worked on, Sergio has both the macro and granular knowledge required to manage projects in different areas and with different technologies.
In HOW4 projects he is responsible for organizing implementation issues, defining the architecture, the data model and the processing algorithms.

  • Object Oriented Analysis 100%
  • Graph Databases 95%
  • Network Algorithm 80%



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