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Dear Yiheyis,
One option is ORA, which is available for free from
(http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu/projects/ora/software.html). 
ORA is a risk assessment tool for locating individuals or groups that are
potential risks given social, knowledge, task and resource network
information. ORA examines these networks and finds those people, who
represent a risk to the overall system. Individuals are risks, e.g., if
their removal from the network would debilitate it (the critical employee)
or if they were to feed false information to others they could create havoc
(the rumor monger).

Cheers, Jana

Jana Diesner
Doctoral Student
Carnegie Mellon University
School of Computer Science
Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems
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Phone: 1-412-519-7576 

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Dear All
 
Can anyone point to me where to obtain a free tool for organisational
network analysis and recent publications on this topic?
 
thanks 
Yiheyis

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