Mapping the Navy Innovation Network Using Social Network Analysis
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This research sought answers to the following the questions: A - What are the key nodes and networks in the Navy Innovation Network? B - What are the ties that link together members of the informal network? C - How could we more effectively bridge together individuals and clusters within the social network of Navy innovators (from the deck plates up)? D - How can we measure the growth and effectiveness of Navy innovation networks to enhance collaboration? E - Can we longitudinally measure the impact Navy formal and informal innovation networks have on enhancing the Navy's effectiveness and rapid prototyping capabilities? F – What strategies would be best suited to move innovation from the deck plates to those best placed to adopt new ideas for rapid prototyping?
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