Founder & CEO, Polinode
Organisational Network Analysis is among the hottest topics in People Analtics today, promising enormous benefits from team design to career pathing to organisation-wide change management.
But where do you start? What skills do you need, and how can you take the first steps in getting value from Organisational Network Analysis?
We will cover a range of specific Organisational Network Analysis (ONA) applications in a very hands-on way. This will include identifying influencers, measuring collaboration, succession planning and combining ONA data with engagement data. We will also give an accessible overview of key network metrics and how and when to use Passive vs Active ONA data.
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A Practical Guide to Getting Started with Organisational Network Analysis and Polinode
How to get started with Organisational Network Analysis
This session will explore:
- Key Use Cases of Organisational Network Analysis
- Active vs Passive ONA
- Key Network Metrics and How to Use Them
- What are the most impactful applications of Organisational Network Analysis?
- How to measure collaboration using ONA?
- How to measure centrality using ONA and the different types of centrality?
- When to use Active vs Passive ONA and the advantages and disadvantages of both?
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Andrew Pitts is the Founder and CEO of Polinode, a leading provider of organisational network analysis software and solutions for enterprises.
Andrew founded Polinode in 2013 and it is now used by large enterprises and consulting partners around the world for a variety of applications including: identifying emerging and/or hidden talent; improving collaboration; finding influencers; succession planning; organisational design; and diversity and inclusion.
Prior to founding Polinode, Andrew worked in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in both Sydney and New York. While at Goldman, Andrew was appointed to internal HR and technology committees. He enjoys working at the intersection of technology and HR and is passionate about using technology to help optimise and improve modern organisations.
Andrew is a full-stack developer with experience building scalable web applications and also has deep expertise in data analysis and machine learning. He is a graduate of the University of Sydney where he was awarded the University Medal and First Class Honours in Economics and Econometrics. Andrew also holds a Law Degree with First Class Honours from the University of Sydney.