Cognitive Talent Solutions

Aspect Description
Cognitive Talent Solutions
Organizational Network Analysis
Purpose/ Statement
Describe ONA Cases
Genre/ Research Methods
Descriptive website
Visualisation & Analysis of Employee Relationships
IT involved
Platform itself
Data Sources
Surveys & CACS Logs
(Research) Methods
Social Network Analysis
Not clear
Identify & Manage Informal Leaders and Knowledge Flows
Theoretical Warrant(s)
Not clear
Level of Analysis
Individual & Group & Organizational
Side effects
Privacy & GDPR
Theoretical instantiation/ link function
Social Network Analysis
Comparison with our model
This vendor considers SNA and proposes a term called ONA to analyze employees' interactions and further enhance their leadership skills.
In the 'Meet the team' section, can be found people with experience in business analytics and predictive analytics, among others Besides, they cite recent research (to a blog called AIHR: Analytics in HR) about how to rethink change with the 3% rule: Why organizational network analysis and people analytics are the ingredients for successful change initiatives 14/05/2019 jh: analyse and visualise informal network to manage generation, sharing and retention of knowledge and to identify influencers. Data sources are survey, and various social systems, e.g. outlook,O365,gmail,github,jira;; GDPR addressed
People Analytics Wiki

Despite people analytics being a hype topic and attracting attention from both academia and practice, we found only few academic studies on the topic, with practitioners driving discussions and the development of the field. To better understand people analytics and the role of information technology, we performed a thorough evaluation of the available software tools. We monitored social media to identify and analyze the 41 people analytics tools listed here.

ERCIS Competence Center Smarter Work

The Competence Center Smarter Work supports organizations with the introduction, use and management of new communication and collaboration systems. We build on years of experience with transformation processes towards “Smarter Work”. We integrate individual and organizational perspectives in our research projects, inquiring about employees who use new technologies in their everyday work. Our research is characterized by the pursuit of long-term improvements. To this end, we seek a focused understanding of underlying organizational problems before pointing out customized options for action. Made possible by an interdisciplinary team of scientists from business, computer science, psychology, sociology, as well as practitioners from the IT industry.