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November 13, 2017
November 13, 2017 –
featuring Jean Singer and Peter Gray
The first webinar in the Network Analysis for Business Performance series provides a complete overview of how to conduct a successful ONA, focusing on how to align your network analysis with business goals. It takes you through a four-stage model, illustrated with case studies and success factors derived from more than two decades of collective ONA experience. It is useful for both non-technical professionals who will be overseeing ONA projects and for analytics professionals who need to ensure the business impact of their studies.
November 14, 2017
November 14, 2017 –
featuring Andrew Parker
This second session in the Network Analysis for Business Performance series provides a detailed description of how to collect organizational network data. Included are ways to structure the network survey around core questions, the key details and parameters that the survey designer needs to consider, options for survey formats, and a wide variety of sample survey questions. The webinar is supplemented by sample surveys and a checklist of survey design and launch items.
November 15, 2017
November 15, 2017 –
Featuring Amr ElSawy, President & CEO Noblis with Jean Cain, Chief Human Resources Officer Noblis
There are many approaches and strategies for managing an independent research and development portfolio for any organization. These approaches include top-down prioritization, collaborative portfolio selection, and bottom up idea collection. In all instances the objective is to select research projects that are strategically aligned and have the potential of creating a return on investment for the enterprise in addition to contributing to the development of key capabilities and services for future offerings.
A key element of the return on investment calculation is the level of employee engagement and collaboration that ensues during the decision making and project execution process.
As the President and CEO of Noblis, Amr ElSawy and the Noblis Chief Human Resources Officer Jean Cain will discuss how their organization tackled the challenges of portfolio selection and developed organizational capabilities by deploying crowdsourcing platforms and enhanced talent management strategies.
Noblis is an award winning scientific and technical research and development organization that is focused on delivering cutting edge and innovative enterprise solutions to complex problems facing their public sector clients. Noblis has been named a Top Workplace by the Washington Post and a Fortune Best Place To Work.
Amr ElSawy has been the President and CEO of Noblis since 2007. He holds advanced degrees from the George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. Amr serves on the Board of GWU and the Northern Virginia Technology Council, in addition to Noblis. In 2016 he was named by Executive Mosaic to the Washington Top 100 leaders list.
Jean Cain serves as the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Noblis. Ms. Cain is responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of Noblis’ Human Resources, Organization Development, Marketing and Communications. Ms. Cain joined Noblis in September 2008, bringing over 25 years’ experience that encompasses increasing employee engagement, retaining and developing talent, delivering cost effective and competitive benefits and compensation programs, and supporting work/life balance and wellness programs. Ms. Cain holds a master’s degree in human resources management from Marymount University, a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University, and a bachelor’s of science degree in business and psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. She is the former chairperson of the CHRO 4x24 Roundtable and HR Leadership Forum board member.
November 15, 2017 –
featuring Andrew Parker
This third webinar in the Network Analysis for Business Performance series provides instruction on how to use the software package NetDraw to generate network visualizations. It starts with sample visualizations and shows how they can be informative in key business contexts such as building collaboration across business units or facilitating post-merger integration, then goes into a hands-on demonstration of how to generate visualizations in NetDraw. The session provides learners with a sample dataset that they can use to experiment with NetDraw on their own.
November 16, 2017
1:30 pm: Network Analysis for Business Performance: Quantitative Network Analysis Techniques Using UciNet
November 16, 2017 –
featuring Andrew Parker
Webinar 4 in the Network Analysis for Business Performance series complements the network visualization session with skills on how to generate network metrics. It provides foundational knowledge on basic network analysis terms and measures, and shows step-by-step how to generate analytics in the UciNet software package.
November 17, 2017
1:30 pm: Network Analysis for Business Performance: Analyzing Technology-Mediated Networks Using NodeXL
November 17, 2017 –
featuring Sal Parise
Webinar 5 in the Network Analysis for Business Performance series explains the importance of technology mediated networks in a workplace that is defined by both face-to-face and digital interactions, and provides instruction on how to study digital networks using the software package NodeXL. Case studies from major corporations are shared, illustrating analyses of email, Twitter, and Facebook networks, and showing the contributions these analyses make to brand advocacy, building product engagement, and to building more innovative personal networks.
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November 20, 2017
1:30 pm: Network Analysis for Business Performance: Panel Discussion - Your Questions Answered about Implementing ONA
November 20, 2017 –
featuring Rob Cross, Sal Parise, and Peter Gray
In the wrap-up to the Network Analysis for Business Performance series, we bring together four top ONA experts to share their experiences and answer some of the more challenging questions about how to implement ONA. Learners benefit from the variety of opinions and the group dialogue on topics such as communicating about ONA, measuring business impact, and making complex ONA findings easily consumable, as well as the opportunity to pose questions how best to implement ONA in their own organizations.
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