Organization Networks and Talent

Jane - Structural Hole2How often have you realized, only after an employee has left the company, how critical he or she actually was to the business?

Have you ever found your company in dire straits because key positions have been empty for too long?

Or have you hired a promising new executive only to see that person fail after just a short time on the job?

The missing piece is organizational networks. Networks show the hidden relationships within organizations. They show who is deeply trusted, who people go to for leadership, and who might shine on their performance reviews but can’t work well with others.

Knowledge of the information embedded in networks can help leaders identify high potentials more effectively, make better decisions about succession, and craft more accurate and effective development plans.

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