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>Subject: Re: transition and personal networks
>To: Patricia Sachs <[log in to unmask]>
>From: "Laurence Lock Lee" <[log in to unmask]>
>Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 16:48:00 +1000
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>I have had similar observations as well. Certainly in "bad times" the
>networks are put under a lot of stress and conversely, when times are good.
>This should be contrasted with organisational changes, like restructures
>which don't necessarily result in job losses. In some work I did some years
>ago some of the people I interviewed about their networks describes a
>sawtooth like pattern. After a re-org the networks flourished as staff
>tried to better understand what their new roles entailed, but over time the
>walls of the silos would come back and the networks were less free flowing.
>
>Laurence Lock Lee
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