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Automated organizational network analysis for enterprise 2.0

Abi-Nader, H. (2011) Automated organizational network analysis for enterprise 2.0. In: Berntzen, L., Smedberg, A., Villafiorita, A., Szymanski, T. and Day, D. (eds.) Proceedings of ICDS 2011, the Fifth International Conference on the Digital Society. IARIA, pp. 130-133. ISBN 9781612081168

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Abstract/Summary

Social Networking Sites have recently become a mainstream communications technology for many people around the world. Major IT vendors are releasing social software designed for use in a business/commercial context. These Enterprise 2.0 technologies have impressive collaboration and information sharing functionality, but so far they do not have any organizational network analysis (ONA) features that reveal any patterns of connectivity within business units. This paper shows the impact of organizational network analysis techniques and social networks on organizational performance, we also give an overview on current enterprise social software, and most importantly, we highlight how Enterprise 2.0 can help automate an organizational network analysis.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:25637
Uncontrolled Keywords:enterprise social software; enterprise 2.0; social network analysis; web 2.0; organizational network analysis; ona
Additional Information:ICDS 2011, The Fifth International Conference on Digital Society Gosier, Guadeloupe, France. Feb. 23, 2011 to Feb. 28, 2011
Publisher:IARIA

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