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How to incorporate influencers into your change strategy

Jul 27, 2016 3:03:45 PM / by orgmapper posted in Change Agents, Hidden Influencers, influencer involvement, influential employees, Organizational Network Analysis, influencer identification, network research analytics, Organizational Change Management, OrgMapper | Influence

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You already know that with OrgMapper | INFLUENCE you can identify your most motivated and capable influential employees; those best fitted to take on the roles of change agents and accelerate your change management initiatives. By now you are also aware of the most suitable organizational scenarios you can deploy these influencers in. However, one question remains as you are about to embark on a new change or development program: how do you incorporate your influencers into your strategies?

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Elect, empower, enhance - TOP 3 influencer involvement scenarios

Jul 5, 2016 9:32:52 PM / by orgmapper posted in orgmapper, Change Agents, Change Management, Hidden Influencers, Influence, influential employees, Social Network Analysis, Influencers, network research analytics, Organizational Change Management, OrgMapper | Influence

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Whether you listen to the most enthusiastic salespeople over Skype or invite them to pitch you in person with a fancy presentation, one thing is certain: nothing beats real-life examples. With this in mind, we have compiled the top three client scenarios that can be addressed with OrgMapper | INFLUENCE.

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How to interpret network graphs

Mar 24, 2016 5:30:34 PM / by orgmapper posted in orgmapper, ona, influential employees, Networks, Organizational Network Analysis, Popular, Social Network Analysis, influencer identification, Meetup, Organizational Change Management, OrgMapper | Influence

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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.

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