TummelVision 19: Valdis Krebs on Network Weaving, mapping the social graph and finding tummlers

Episode Notes

Heather, Kevin and Deb talk with Valdis Krebs, the founder and Chief Scientist at Valdis is a management consultant, researcher, trainer, author, and the developer of InFlow software for social and organizational network analysis [SNA/ONA]. Since 1987, Valdis has participated in almost 500 SNA/ONA projects. His work has been covered in major media including New York Times Magazine, Fast Company, CNN, Entrepreneur, Forbes, FORTUNE, and several major newspapers around the world including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Cleveland Plain Dealer, USA Today, Washington Post, and Associated Press.

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  • Panahasi

    This post would be much more valid if there was a link to the show.

  • Enkerli

    Listening to this episode, long after getting into the tummel vision of things. Thinking about using it in class (been teaching about social networks from a sociological perspective). Valdis has an approach that I personally find pedagogically useful and some of these issues (including the importance of contextually-appropriate improvisation) sure need to be understood much more broadly. Especially since it’s not about specific tools.
    So, thanks for a useful episode.

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