Organizational network analysis is a method for studying communication 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.
Web-based self diagnostic tool (previously named DNA-7) that allows managers and consultants to have full organization diagnostic including insights and action items for improvement. The platform is solid so it can easily manage up to 300.000 employees. Morever, it is fully integrated with Businnes Intelligence tools like tableau.com or http://qlik.com
All-in-one Organizational Network Analysis platform. Modern and easy to use web-based application designed to capture, visualize and analyze complex networks of formal and informal relations within an organization. Highly customizable to fit into various types of ONA projects in companies of up to 50.000 employees. Includes training on the use of the tool.
Collaborative platform for mapping, monitoring and managing influence networks. Data can be collected using a built-in survey module, crawler module, twitter ripper module and imported from a CSV file.
Cloud-based tool designed to capture, analyze and visualize complex networks of formal and informal organizational relations with an automated reporting feature. OrgMapper currently has five modules to fit into various types of organizational development projects, and offers a certification program for users to be able to conduct their analyses independently.
TrustSphere’s Relationship Analytics platform processes metadata (not the message content) from corporate email and communication systems in order to provide analytics about relationships between people, teams and organizations. It is capable of doing so at enterprise scale – including large organizations.