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Thank you for the article, Valdis.
Your remark is very wise.
Celina, from Brazil.
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> First of all DO NOT mention "eigenvector centrality" or any other
> technical SNA term... business people find them confusing at best, and
> repulsive at worst. You are NOT defending your decisions/analysis with
> a group of peers. If you come across that way, most business people
> will not be interested in your services. You must remove your academic
> hat and put on a manager's hat -- what will I learn to better manage my
> This article of mine, written for a business audience, gets very good
> feedback from managers as an introduction to why SNA is useful for
> their organizations.
> On Feb 9, 2005, at 5:29 AM, Bettina Hoser wrote:
> > what the advantages of such an eigenvector centrality based network
> > analysis are in terms of opportunity for the company.
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