Richard Hughes, BroadVision's Director of Social Strategy, talks to us about the conditions necessary to implement social graphing tools into HCM analytics. The value of social graphs can only be effectively measured when there is a deeper understanding of one's own organizational network, despite the surface value of the data presented in an organization's social graph. While enterprise social networks contribute to the ease of data compilation, their presence is not a necessity to using social graphs for HCM analytics, but certainly enable an organization to readily capture communication data and easily transfer that data to an illustrative social graph.
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