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11 items in ONA

It’s the people you know less well that are more likely to be valuable to you in career optimisation. Why? Because you are less likely to share the same contacts. Extraordinary experiment from LinkedIn, read all about it here H/T to brainfooder Pedro Barahona for the share in the fb group.
PS: I get the ethical argument but I kind of agree with Bas on this one 🤣
Issue #312 published 2 Oct 2022
Employee retention efforts are designed on individual scale, as if employees were atomic units rather than nodes-in-network that they are. Would we have a better understanding of attrition risk if we considered the ‘employee AND their in-company network’? I rather think we would. Super interesting read.
Issue #294 published 29 May 2022
ONA provides an evidence-based lens that can help leaders understand which connections among employees should ideally happen in person and which ones can occur virtually…
This is about ‘collaboration intensity’ folks, and ONA is the way to figure out to what degree. Great read on how to use evidence based decision to determine who needs to return to the office.
Issue #247 published 4 Jul 2021
Excellent practitioners guide from our buddies at the CIPD. People Analytics is going to be core discipline for HR, if it isn’t already, and this is a good a starter guide as you’ll find. Also: follow brainfooder David Green. Download it for free, here
Issue #112 published 23 Apr 2020
Great to see Josh Bersin take an interest Organisation Network Analysis - the discipline of analysing in company communications meta data (email / voip), to predict performance, flight risk and more. Read his excellent summary here.
Issue #105 published 23 Apr 2020
‘A practical guide to people analytics programs that won’t creep out employees’. Not sure if the recommendation is going to do the job but this post nevertheless asks important ethical questions on the emergent discipline of People Analytics
Issue #105 published 23 Apr 2020
David Green has become an essential synthesiser of People Analytics content. His post conference summaries are exceptional value - this from Wharton People Analytics Conference is a must read whether you attended or not. Have a read here, and follow David, wherever you can.
Issue #132 published 23 Apr 2020
If you wanted to know what ’Organisation Network Analytics’ means, then meet Isaak, perhaps the first consumer accessible tool which provides real time analytics on who talks to whom, when and to what effect. Might also be a cool tool - take a look
Issue #131 published 23 Apr 2020
Organisational network analytics or ‘ONA’ is the study of the social reality that underpins business organisation. Richard Santos Lalleman introduces some new concepts here, including the '3% rule’ - that a small percentage of your employees will have a disproportionate ability to influence the others. And often, they are not the people in official leadership positions. It’s a fascinating thesis. 
Issue #75 published 23 Apr 2020
Using Organisational Network Analysis techniques, John Boudreau makes the case that it’s the freelancers who are often a company’s best performers. H/T to long time brainfooder and people analytics expert, David Green for bringing this to my attention. ‘ONA’ - get used to this acronym folks. 
Issue #83 published 23 Apr 2020
Do you know what ‘Organisational Network Analysis is? David Green certainly does. Superb overview on the science of how energy flows through the relationships within a business. I’d bookmark this one
Issue #85 published 23 Apr 2020