"Network Insights: Boosting Decision-Making With Organizational Analysis" (On Board)
- Identify and define the key components and concepts of Organizational Network Analysis (ONA).
- Evaluate the benefits of utilizing ONA for decision-making, including its impact on communication, collaboration, and data-informed decision-making.
- Apply the principles of ONA to analyze and improve decision-making in a given scenario, demonstrating an understanding of how ONA can be practically applied.
In this workshop, participants will explore the concept of Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) and its role in enhancing decision-making. Participants will delve into the fundamentals of ONA, including network mapping and social roles at work. Real-world examples will be shared to illustrate how ONA has been successfully utilized to improve decision-making processes. Case studies and examples will further demonstrate how ONA has improved decision-making in various organizations. Participants will engage in a practical application exercise, working in small groups to brainstorm how ONA can be applied in common decision-making scenarios.
Liz Lockhart Lance is an Operations Leader heading up strategic change, alignment, and growth projects. She holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Portland (where she now teaches as an Adjunct Professor) and is pursuing a Doctorate in Organizational Change and Leadership at the University of Southern California. Liz is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by HRCI and has 15-years of experience leading people and teams across education, consulting and technology firms.