Network Power: The Science of Making a Difference

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Whithorn Press, 2021
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Most companies, nonprofits, foundations, and ministries have established informal networks. Only a few mobilize these networks to be effective agents of social change. This is wasted social capital. Social impact consultant David John Seel, Jr. argues that historically the main actor on the stage of significant cultural change is the dense network. Curating insights from sociology and network science, Seel shows institutional leaders how to mobilize their networks for expanding social impact. These principles are illustrated with historical examples. Leaders who want to make a difference will find this book a timely and useful guide.

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