Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)
Why is an Organizational Network Analysis a good idea?
What is an ONA?
An ONA is an Organizational Network Analysis. It’s a mathematical way of mapping and illustrating networks in an organization. We investigate this by conducting a survey in the organization, asking employees to name their most used relations.
More details on ONA
Do you need to know more? Dig into these blog posts, where all the elements of an ONA is described.
What is your organizations ‘Kevin Bacon Number’?
It started as a party trick, with a number that describes affiliation between a given Hollywood actor and Kevin Bacon, and ending up being a useful tool to measure informal structures in a modern workplace.
How and what
Selected case companies: A large Danish bank, a service company, four IT consultancies, a large Danish public organization.
ONA related videos: Interview and introduction
Interview about the ONA with Erik Korsvik Østergaard
in the podcast “Help Marketing” (34 mins in Danish).
Short video introduction in Danish (5 mins).
Can be used for internal introduction for an ONA.
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