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Verna Allee

Hi David, Thoughtful posting - I look forward to the next. Just as a note, we do combine SNA and VNA very effectively and our application, Value Network Insights works very well for both. An example is here http://valuenetworks.com/public/item/252635 where we model the same activity first with the role-based value network and then as a collaborative value network, showing the people who are actually executing the roles. This provides a way to understand exactly who in the value network is participating and receiving value (or not). The perceived value feature where people indicate the level of value received is also a very popular feature.

Verna Allee

David Friedman

Verna -
You've definitely done a lot of work on measuring the value in networks, and have a lot of interesting metrics. I'm wondering if you've ever applied (or seen anyone apply) your measurement approaches to someone's social network. Most of the value would be intangible I suspect -- but maybe not all.


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