Nowadays, all types of networking and social interaction are becoming increasingly important. How by analyzing networks within your organization can help you to increase productivity and improve the culture?
Organizational Network Analysis (or ONA) it’s a new tool that allows you to understand the interactions between groups. But how can you apply this to your organization?
In this workshop we will learn:
-What is ONA and how to combine ONA with your existing data
- How to collect the data needed for ONA
- Read results and plan the actions
Main Conference Day One: Thursday, February 27 2020
The field of people analytics is booming - there is a huge increase in investment as well. It's not only new software or new tools we have to analyze and store your data. Now we can go as far as to analyze "change in mood" or signs that your employee is looking for a new job. Soon we will also have programs that can analyze conversations and take note of the stress level. With all that developing the main question is: where is the ethical line between being advance and caring about your employees to converting to Big Brother and invading the privacy? What is the difference between employee data and private data? And what about organizational networking analysis if we are talking about social interactions?
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Philip.
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