Overview of OrgScope Technology

A set of data and display parameters in the application can be published to the web (as a Java applet) and read in a browser by an unlimited number of users from one easily updatable folder
Narrative: what’s the story, what we are learning, what we can do and why.
Multi-level analysis provides context for every node, aggregations at every level, and comparisons of orgs, groups, and positions internally and externally.
Network metrics are calculated upon base loading, and recalculated as layers are loaded, or reset, and may be exported as properties together with the existing network data

Mapping Networks and Organizational Structure

Data from the existing systems (e.g., HR or LDAP)  feeds a dynamic display of all positions (or other node types) in the formal organization (or other trees of data). Additional layers of data fill out the network for visualization. For built-in analysis, OrgScope generates key measures for each network node, whether person, position, or information object. The map is dynamic and alive with URLs, making it possible to navigate complex organizations of people and information.

Base data is generated from a db of node records with a set of parent links connected to a root position.
Additional nodes and links are added as layers, the total of which is calculated as a whole and displayed.
Lists  with metrics puts faces on every number, positional metrics that can be used to sort and order lists according to any chosen measure, or combination of measures.


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