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Probably not what you saw, but here is a real client network from
many years ago -- black lines are prescribed network or hierarchy.
Grey lines are emergent conversations around key decisions.
On Jan 15, 2007, at 3:55 PM, Martin Bliemel wrote:
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> Hi SocNeters,
> In my flurry of reading through the literature I came across an
> organizational chart (formal reporting) with the network ties (real
> communication) superimposed. I believe it was a pretty recent
> too. However, I can not find a copy. If you know the publication I
> am trying
> to locate, or of a similar diagram, please let me know,
> particularly if it
> is related to an organization with an R&D division of some sort.
> Kind regards from the unseasonably cold, windy, snowy and rainy
> Martin Bliemel, BSc (Mech.), MBA
> Faculty of Business Administration, PhD Candidate
> Strategy and Entrepreneurship
> Simon Fraser University
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