Valdis Krebs shares his insights into what we can learn from corruption networks, some ways to think about building employment networks, and his insights into today’s research environment in social network mapping and analysis.
Valdis Krebs is the founder and chief scientist at http://www.orgnet.com. He is a management consultant, researcher, trainer, author, and the developer of InFlow software that maps and measures knowledge exchange, information flow, emergent communities, networks of alliances and other connections within and between organizations and communities. Companies like IBM, Google, Edelman, Vodafone, Aventis, Solvay, and Merck are among his clients. Valdis Krebs works from his office in Cleveland, Ohio with a network of colleagues in the USA, Canada and Europe.
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