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Organizational network analysis is an aspect of network analysis, and is a method for studying communication within organizational structures[1] and socio-technical networks within a formal organization.

It is a quantitative descriptive technique for creating statistical and graphical models of the people, tasks, groups, knowledge and resources of organizational systems. It is based on social network theory[2] and more specifically, dynamic network analysis.

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  1. Merrill, Jacqueline, Suzanne Bakken, Maxine Rockoff, Kristine Gebbie, Kathleen Carley (August 2007). Description of a method to support public health information management: organizational network analysis. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 40 (40): 422–428.
  2. Merrill, Jacqueline; Suzanne Bakken, Michael Caldwell, Kathleen Carley, Maxine Rockoff (2005). "Applying Organizational Network Analysis Techniques to Study Information Use in a Public Health Agency (summary)". AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2005: 1052, American Medical Infomatics Association. Retrieved on 2007-11-20. 

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