In Net Work, Patti Anklam takes on the jumble, hype, and academic jargon about networks - social, personal, and organizational - and creates a straightforward and comprehensive introduction for the lay practitioner. Beginning with a framework of network types, structures, and styles, Net Work is a guide to methods for analyzing, making sense of, governing, and managing change in networks. If you are a manager trying to understand how to work across network boundaries, an entrepreneur thinking about creating a networked business, or a citizen of the world who wants to use a network to make a difference, you will find that Net Work will give you the language, insights, and directions to get you started on the path to making networks work.A Practical Guide to Creating and Sustaining Networks at Work and in the World Patricia Anklam ... By 2006, the KN was supporting 4, 300 defined communities of practice consisting of over 40, 000 users, over 11, 000 ofwhom are Caterpillar dealers, agency employees, and suppliers. ... For example, the state of Wisconsina#39;s Welfare to Work program, designed to help welfare recipients move into theanbsp;...
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