337RE: [ona-prac] Re: Ego/personal networks and ONA
- Jan 7, 2007Regarding personality and network measures, see Mehra, A., Kilduff, M & Brass, D. (2001): The Social Networks of High and Low Self Monitors: Implications for Workplace Performance. Admin Science Quarterly 46, 121-146. Abstract below:
Examines how different personality types create and benefit from social networks. Tested how self-monitoring orientation and network position related to work performance. High self monitors were more likely than low self monitors to occupy central positions in a network. For high self monitors, longer service (tenure) related to the occupancy of strategically advantageous network positions. Third, self-monitoring and centrality in social networks independently predicted individual's workplace performance. The results paint a picture of people shaping the networks that constrain and enable performance.
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Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2007 13:52:23 -0500
Subject: Re: [ona-prac] Re: Ego/personal networks and ONARon Burt has done work in this area.
Also, many people think that Meyers-Briggs type indicators will
correlate with network position... but no research that I have seen
shows any positive correlation at all. One of my university clients
did research in this area and found absolutely NO correlation between
MBTI and the common centrality measures.
On Jan 7, 2007, at 12:05 PM, Giancarlo Oriani wrote:
> Very, very interesting Wehbe's questions upon possible correlations
> between personal characteristics and connectedness. Any ideas?
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