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Some good warm-up links for your 8 Oct Dallas cluster - The Social Enterprise.
Neighborhood networks, versus contagion networks, are key to edge comprehension, behavior and diffusion of innovation. Good article and findings from MIT-Sloan. Excerpt: "...translates into a system-level phenomenon whereby large-scale diffusion can reach more people, and spread more quickly, in clustered networks than in random networks."
Better health through social networking: Research shows how the nature of your social network influences your health behavior. http://bit.ly/aNAzse
Color Commentary: http://bit.ly/adg01D
It’s key to mobilize, understand, expand and utilize your own neighborhoods and clusters for diffusion, e.g.,
The #SNA Daily -- http://paper.li/tag/sna
Have a nice weekend. Last one of Summer 2010 (in the NH).
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