Manage the informal networks that drive company performance

Self-service organizational network analysis to visualise, analyse and improve collaboration.

Why Social Network Analysis?

Because effectively managed collaboration and
communication is the key to organizational success.

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Visualize Your Organization

Graph Visualization

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A graph visualization is a powerful tool when analyzing a social network.

On an overall level, the visualization shows how fragmented a network is as well as its density. A dense network will have a high number of ties per person.


A natural grouping of people based on their interaction alone.

Often it is interesting to compare cluster with how you are formally organized.

Bridge Builder

A person mediating contact between otherwise disconnected groups.

Depending on the survey context, bridge builders can also be seen as bottlenecks.


This person is the closest to everybody else in the network. In other words, this person has the fewest "steps" to reach all of the others.

The graph's force-directed layout will place such central individuals and groups in the graph's center.

Isolated Person

Someone without any connections is isolated.

It is important to be aware of the context, i.e., the particular type of interaction being studied and who is included in the study.

Group-Level Interaction

Focusing on the orange department, we can see they are fully connected internally.

We can also see they only use 5% of the possible connections (1 out of 21) to the green department and has no ties to the red department.

Analyze and Understand

Group-Level Collaboration

Get an overview of the collaboration within and between groups such as geographical units, project teams, and business units.

Clusters and Silos

Identify close-knit groups and organizational silos within your organization - and the individuals who tie them together.

Organizational Characteristics

Characterize your organization with regards to being fragmented or centralized and general level of collaboration for knowledge sharing, innovation, communication, and collaboration.

Key Network Roles

Find individual connectors, bridge builders, bottlenecks, and influencers within your organizational network.

New to Social Network Analysis?
Read Introduction to Social Network Analysis

Case Study

Unilever and
Silverman Research

Unilever Procurement was looking at how they could improve cross-regional collaboration. To help them they commissioned Silverman Research.

The outcome was insights into regional integration, identification of central employees and lists of mutually desired communication. Read the case

Client achievements

It was confronting to see that far from all offices were living our values - and to hear how some colleagues felt about working here.

On the back of this work, we launched a transformation programme and the initial results are promising: we work smarter, not harder; sales are back up; and most importantly we have seen a significant lift in employee satisfaction.

CEO, global manufacturing company


Reduction in time-to-market


Increase in profit

+10 pts

Improvement in Employee NPS


Broader reach for change agents


Increase in cross-sales


Decrease in employee turnover

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