Network Leadership Resources
Building, managing and evaluating networks and collaboration isn’t easy. Our Network Leadership Resources Library is the hub for all our combined resources: blogs, infographics, webinars, research, case studies and more. Search and filter by topic area and resource type to find what you need – all 100% free. Can’t find the network leadership resources or topics you need? Contact us with your idea and we’ll make it happen!
Visible Network Labs is constantly conducting new research into networks, including social connectedness, inter-organizational collaboration, cross-sector partnership, and community and public health. This new paper was introduced at the 2020 Journal of Health & Human Services Administration Symposium. As evidence emerges that health outcomes are
Getting started on an organizational network analysis? It’s not easy coming up with a plan on your own. A lot of people struggle coming up with organizational network analysis questions that will work for their goals. Our team has collectively spent decades conducting these analysis
You may have heard of a new methodology called organizational network analysis. It’s a similar process to social network analysis… but what is ONA, and why is it useful? It’s essentially a way of studying relationships using a network science lens. Here’s more complete explanation
More and more leaders in the public and nonprofit sectors are turning to networks of partners to reach shared goals. Networks help us leverage and share resources like funding, staff time, information and expertise, data, lived experiences, and more. Here are twenty of our favorite
Social connectedness – our relationships with friends, family, neighbors and coworkers – directly influence our health and well-being. However, it’s very difficult for care providers to leverage this knowledge to improve patient care and health outcomes. PARTNERme is our solution, a person-centered network tool that
In this age of COVID-19, separation and distance from our friends and loved ones is becoming the new normal. As our social connectedness is strained more than ever before, it’s important to be reminded of the importance connection plays in our lives. As we’ve said
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Building community partnerships isn’t easy, even though it feels as if it should be. As with any form of decision-making, it’s important to use evidence and data to come to the best choices. That includes when building any kind of network or collaborative strategy. By
https://youtu.be/UTH3hHITDBA Translating Network Data Into Actionable Insights An organizational network analysis provides valuable information to drive your collaborative strategy and better manage your community partnerships. However the key impact comes from translating network data into actionable insights that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your
This month during the 2020 Network Leadership Training Academy we explored ideas surrounding managing a network and collaboratives effectively. Dr. Darrin Hicks from the University of Denver joined us to share what his research has uncovered about successful networks. Specifically, Dr. Hicks has uncovered three factors for
During the Network Leadership Training Academy August Session, Abby Charles joined us to discuss how equity plays a role in coalitions and networks of partners. Whether you’re working to improve health outcomes, education opportunities, or protect the environment, bringing an equity lens to your coalition
Advice for Collecting & Analyzing Network Data for Your Strategy You’re working as part of a network of partners, but you’re not sure if you’re doing this correctly. Sound familiar? Collaboration feels like some naturally intuitive; we often see groups build partnerships simply because they
Case Study Executive Summary County Health Rankings & Roadmaps needed to understand how a network approach could help them disseminate data & best practices to improve health outcomes. We helped them shift their mindset to think with a network science perspective, supported their building a
Last winter, we conducted a survey of network leaders to identify the top issues they’re dealing with. One of the top responses was sustaining network engagement: keeping partners involved and committed to their participation in the network over the long-term. It’s typical for engagement to
Health System Patient Referrals for Unmet Social Needs: Exploring the Capacity of Community-Based Organizations to Absorb Them
We conducted this research to better understand the capacity of community organizations to abosrb health system patient referrals for unmet social needs. This study examines the perspectives, resources, role and services provided by community-based organisations (CBOs) in response to the integration of health and social
When we first built PARTNER, networked (collaborative) approaches to solving problems was still pretty novel. Fast forward a decade, and the “network way of working” is the new norm. Nonprofits, government agencies, corporations, and small community-based organizations are all actively building strategies that involve building
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