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Dr.

Karen Stephenson

Human Asset Value

An Inconvenient Truth

WHY IS MEASURING HUMAN ASSET VALUE SO IMPORTANT?

HC + SC = HAV (Human Asset Value)

HAV began with SNA (Social Network Analysis)

Small group research (1950s)

Organizational networks (1970s)

Corporate problem solving (1990s)

Unregulated Networks (2000-2010)

Regulated Measures (2020)

Early Stage Career

Mid Stage Career

Stephenson: Three Laws of Networks


CENTRALITY: Networks have leverage points
DUALITY: Networks co-exist with hierarchy
MULTIPLICITY: Networks occur as knowledge layers

Who Do You Trust?


Hubs: are people who are highly
and directly connected with many
people; communicating and
disseminating knowledge throughout a
region.
Gatekeepers: link people and
customers together acting as
information gateways and brokering
knowledge between economic sectors.
Pulsetakers: are subtle having the
maximum influence across cultural
differences and working entirely
through indirect means.

Stephenson: Three Laws of Networks


CENTRALITY: Networks have leverage points
DUALITY: Networks co-exist with hierarchy
MULTIPLICITY: Networks occur as knowledge layers

Features

Hierarchy

Network

Visibility

Explicit

Informal

Flexibility

Rigid

Flexible

Knowledge

Rules

Habits

Relationship

Authority/Transaction Trust

Diversity

Heterogeneity

Homogeneity

Discipline

Bilateral

Betrayal

Disruptive Agents

Heretics

Mavericks

Rate of Change

Slow,Incremental

Rapid,Radical

Accountability

Transparent

Opaque

Stephenson: Three Laws of Networks


CENTRALITY: Networks have leverage points
DUALITY: Networks co-exist with hierarchy
MULTIPLICITY: Networks occur as knowledge layers

Why is Measuring HAV so Important?


Heterarchy = 3 or more distinct
organizations locked in inter dependent collaboration, where
each is not privileged over the
other and a shared governance
presides.

Network = 3 or more
individuals locked in mutual
reciprocal exchange,
exchange that is both
interested and repetitive.

Primatologist

Baboon

Karen Stephenson, Ph.D.


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