Network Leadership Infographics

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We create network leadership infographics to help our users understand network science concepts, metrics and ideas. Some examples include network governance, communication, facilitation, trust and power. We’re always adding new network science infographics too – check back regularly! Have a specific topic you want us to cover? Send us a message and we’ll see what we can do!

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Network Structures: Who, What, Why?

Understanding a few network structure metrics can really tell you a lot about the underlying relationships! Centrality, Connectivity, Bridging, and Cliques are four fundamental network science concepts – visit our Network Science 101 page for even more infographics, videos and articles on the subject! Build,

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Measuring the Intensity of Collaboration In a Network

Build, Manage & Evaluate your Network with PARTNER! PARTNER has been helping networks, coalitions & alliances visualize their partnerships, demonstrate impact, and build strategies to improve impact in the future. Get started with a Web Demo today! Learn About PARTNER

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Cross-Sector Community Networks
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Cross-Sector Community Networks

Cross-sector community networks are coalitions of various community groups from the public, private and non-profit sectors – they’re developing all over the nation, and world, and they’re changing the world too! This “network way of working” has grown in part due to cuts in public

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How to measure trust
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How to Measure Trust in a Network

When we measure trust in a network, or any relationship, you have to be very careful. If you just ask people how much they trust each other, you can inject bias into the results. When we looked into different ways how to measure trust, we

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The Strength of Weak Ties in Networks

The strength of weak ties is one of the oldest and most influential theories in the field of network science. This infographic explains they key points of this interesting concept! Created by Mark Granovetter in 1973, he suggested that, contrary to popular belief, we receive

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Didn’t find what you were looking for? Visit our Network Leadership Resource Library to see all of our blogs, infographics, webinars, research and other relevant resources. We cover topics ranging from network governance structures, human-centered network design, and diversity, equity and inclusion to conflict resolution, network mapping and analysis, and telling your network story. We’re always adding new resources too, so check back often for new infographics every month.

If you have a specific network science or leadership topic that you’d like to see turned into an infographic, send our team a message and we’ll see if we can put something together for you! Past requests have included an intro to using our tools, network facilitation tips, and examples of translating a network map into actionable insights to improve collaboration. Whatever your question, send it our way. We love a good network challenge!

Beyond our own infographics, we also love this infographic from entrepreneur on the Art and Science of Networking. It makes some great network science points without ever realizing it! Even though relationship-building feels intuitive, network science still has a lot to teach us, as this infographic clearly demonstrates. Thanks again for stopping by.

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