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Organizational network analysis is an aspect of network analysis, and is a method for studying communication within organizational structures and socio-technical networks within a formal organization.
It is a quantitative descriptive technique for creating statistical and graphical models of the people, tasks, groups, knowledge and resources of organizational systems. It is based on social network theory and more specifically, dynamic network analysis.
- ↑ Merrill, Jacqueline, Suzanne Bakken, Maxine Rockoff, Kristine Gebbie, Kathleen Carley (August 2007). Description of a method to support public health information management: organizational network analysis. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 40 (40): 422–428.
- ↑ Merrill, Jacqueline; Suzanne Bakken, Michael Caldwell, Kathleen Carley, Maxine Rockoff (2005). "Applying Organizational Network Analysis Techniques to Study Information Use in a Public Health Agency (summary)". AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2005: 1052, American Medical Infomatics Association. Retrieved on 2007-11-20.
Aspects of organizations
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