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Net Effectiveness April7

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Net Effectiveness April7

  1. Network Effectiveness: An Interactive Working Session for Packard Foundation Grantees April 7, 2009 Heather McLeod Grant (Heather_Grant@monitor.com) Diana Scearce (Diana_Scearce@monitor.com) Paris San Francisco São Paulo Seoul Singapore Tokyo Toronto Zurich Shanghai Palo Alto Johannesburg Beijing Chicago Hong Kong Cambridge Delhi Dubai Los Angeles Madrid Manila Mumbai Munich New York Moscow London
  2. Network Basics
  3. Networks Are Changing the Way the World Works
  4. Noun: A collection of people connected to each other through purposeful relationships—formal or informal Verb: To connect or interact with other individuals, groups, or institutions in order to cultivate productive relationships “ Network” Is A Noun and A Verb
  5. Networks Have Been Around For A Long Time…
  6. … and new online spaces for building relationships There are New Technologies for Sharing Content…
  7. As a Result, the Way Our Work Gets Done is Changing
  8. Barr Foundation: Boston Arts and Sports Afterschool Funding Issue: Build Community / Strengthen Ties
  9. Issue: Develop and Share Knowledge
  10. Issue: Innovate
  11. Issue: Mobilize People and Effort
  12. Issue: Mobilize People and Effort
  13. Issue: Coordinate Resources and Services
  14. 8,000 houses built over 8 years … transforming communities through collaborations to address root causes of poverty and homelessness Typical HFH country programs produce 200 houses each year Source: HBS Case “Habitat for Humanity Egypt”, Jane Wei Skillern, Harvard Business School Publishing ’06 Issue: Get to Scale - EGYPT-
  15. Network Strategy Integrates Different Tools, Approaches Collaborative Technologies Working Wikily Collaborative Processes Low High Group Process Skills Low High Technological Skills
  16. Understanding Your Network
  17. How are Networks Structured?
  18. A Few Helpful Definitions Core Hub Link Node Cluster Periphery
  19. Network Structures can Take Many Forms
  20. Social Network Mapping: A Tool for Visualizing Your Network
  21. Network Mapping Can Be Simple and Low-Tech… Source: June Holley
  22. … Or More High-Tech
  23. Using Network Maps to Increase Service Coordination Using Network Maps to Increase Connection, Coordination of Services
  24. Network Effectiveness: Strategies for Network Development
  25. You’ve diagnosed your network’s areas of strength and weakness. Now, what do you do? Answer: It depends…
  26. How Networks Progress and Evolve Source: Valdis Krebs and June Holley, Building Smart Communities through Network Weaving 1. 2. 3. 4. Multi-Hub Small World Core Periphery Hub and Spoke Scattered Clusters
  27. A Few Strategies for Network “Weaving”/ Development Bring together core of clusters of people who work together as peers Grow and engage periphery to bring in new resources and innovation Support overlapping projects or collaborations, many very small, initiated by many Nurture quality connections so projects can be high risk & high impact Source: June Holley, www.networkweaving.com
  28. The Green and Healthy Building Network: 2005 Source: Barr Foundation “Green and Healthy Building Network Case Study” by Beth Tener, Al Neirenberg, Bruce Hoppe
  29. The Green and Healthy Building Network: 2007 Source: Barr Foundation “Green and Healthy Building Network Case Study” by Beth Tener, Al Neirenberg, Bruce Hoppe
  30. Network Aptitude and Mindset
  31. The Network Mindset Organization Orientation Network Orientation Mindset Strategy Behaviors Competition Grow the organization Compete for resources Protect knowledge Competitive advantage Hoard talent Collaboration Grow the network Share resources Open source IP Develop competitors Cultivate leadership Source: Forces for Good by Heather McLeod Grant and Leslie R. Crutchfield (2007)
  32. Nine Competencies of ‘Working Wikily’ Systems Thinking Allocating Resources Inspiring Bridging Difference Connecting Coordinating Capacity Building Building Consensus Facilitating
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