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Based on their in-depth study of more than sixty informal networks within organizations around the world, Cross and Parker show how managers can implement a wide range of specific and inexpensive actions-from bridging strategically important disconnects in a network to eliminating information "bottlenecks" to recognizing key connectors-that will enhance the powerful impact networks hidden power of social networks have on performance and innovation.
Though often concerned with external relationships, executives generally pay little attention to assessing and supporting linkages among employees within their own organizations. In this dense but useful volume, Cross and Parker-both consultants with IBM's Knowledge and Organizational Hidden power of social networks Forum-give readers insight into how such unofficial networks form and function.
They also share their methodology for rendering these basically unseen networks visible to managers. If Apple Books doesn't open, click the Books app in your Dock. Progress Indicator iTunes iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.
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Instead, survival often depends on incorporating oneself into unofficial social networks that allow one to gain access to necessary information and to collaborate with the colleagues who can actually get things done.