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Making Visual Sense of Network Intelligence - Laurence Lock lee (Optimize), Speaker @Social Business Forum 2013

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Making Visual Sense of Network Intelligence - Laurence Lock lee Making Visual Sense of Network Intelligence - Laurence Lock lee Presentation Transcript

  • www.optimice.com.au Commercial in Confidence 1Making Visual Sense ofNetwork IntelligenceLaurence Lock LeeJune 2013
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 2
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 3
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 4One Minute Introduction to ONA Maps• Individuals are represented ascircles (nodes)• An arrow pointing from oneindividual to another indicatethe direction of the relationship• Colour or shape of node canrepresent organisationalbelonging, geography or otherrelevant attributeEg. Linda is dependedon by George, Dan andMichelle
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 5Business ContextCombating the ‘Tyranny of Top Down’Who are the natural leaders who can leadthe transformation from the bottom up?
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 6
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 7
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 8
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 9Full Network – Dependency Relationship
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 10Full Network – Critical Relationships Only
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 11Top Executive Team – all levels
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 12Top Executive Team – Critical Dependency
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 13Senior Management Layer
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 14Value of Middle Management?With Middle Management Without Middle Management
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 15Dependency network without line managers
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 16Critical Dependency Network without Line Managers
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 17Natural Leader Assessment – Example 1
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 18Natural Leader Example 2
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 19Affinity Mapping
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 20Twitter MappingWho is the most influential Twitterer @ #sbf13?
  • www.optimice.com.au – Commercial in Confidence 21Twitter Interactive Map