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COINs 2010 Abstract: Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of Monotone Trend in the Development and Assessment of Teams

COINs 2010 Abstract: Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of Monotone Trend in the Development and Assessment of Teams

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Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of Monotone Trend in the Development and Assessment of Teams Nicole Bhalla Fernandez, Juliet Aiken, James T. Smith III Analysis of Social Networks may be further supported through the collection of ordinal data. Such data may help to determine potentially optimal teams extending across groups or departments through the use of Kruskal’s Algorithm for the identification of Maximal Spanning Trees. Ordinal assessments of workers by those who have coll
Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of Monotone Trend in the Development and Assessment of Teams Nicole Bhalla Fernandez, Juliet Aiken, James T. Smith III Analysis of Social Networks may be further supported through the collection of ordinal data. Such data may help to determine potentially optimal teams extending across groups or departments through the use of Kruskal’s Algorithm for the identification of Maximal Spanning Trees. Ordinal assessments of workers by those who have coll

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Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of MonotoneTrend in the Development and Assessment of Teams
Nicole Bhalla Fernandez, Juliet Aiken, James T. Smith III, GeorgetownUniversity Law Center 
Analysis of Social Networks may be further supported through thecollection of ordinal data. Such data may help to determine potentiallyoptimal teams extending across groups or departments through the use of Kruskal’s Algorithm for the identification of Maximal Spanning Trees.Ordinal assessments of workers by those who have collaborated with themin the past may be aggregated into simple, stratified network visualizationsto identify high performing members as well as those who may need re-training or reassignment. Contingency table analysis and the Gamma Testof Monotone Trend may provide further evidence supporting theidentification of such individuals. Additionally, the Gamma Test offers amore powerful and informative alternative to the Chi-Squared Test of Independence. These methods stand out as an area for further researchin practical settings and may be streamlined into existing researchpractices with ease.Download copies of COINs 2009 research and industry papers atScienceDirect.Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/59087-2010-999979995-2182758Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 4, The 1stCollaborative Innovation Networks Conference - COINs2009. Edited byKenneth Riopelle, Peter Gloor, Christine Miller and Julia Gluesing.Connect to the COINs 2010 Conference community across these mediaplatforms:
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