Cracks At Structural Holes

Author: David Broek
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The report reviews the state of the art of dealing with cracks at holes in engineering structures. The problem of interaction of cracks and holes is considered in its broadest sense.

Social Capital

Author: Nan Lin
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780202368948
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2 Structural Holes versus Network Closure as Social Capital Ronald S. Burt This
chapter is about two network structures that have been argued to create social
capital. The closure argument is that social capital is created by a network of
strongly interconnected elements. The structural hole argument is that social
capital is created by a network in which people can broker connections between
otherwise disconnected segments. I draw from a comprehensive review
elsewhere (Burt ...

Architecture 3 0

Author: Cliff Moser
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317916859
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With your examination of the structural holes in your network, try to build
resiliency into your decision making. Resiliency. Resiliency is defined as the
ability to rebound, or bounce back, after a deformation, sickness, or setback. In
practice resiliency means creating multiple strengths and safety nets to help
manage and mitigate the fragility of existing networks. Resiliency in humans is
proven by the fact that we are such an invasive species, able to move into and
flourish in any ...

The Handbook Of Narcissism And Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Author: W. Keith Campbell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118029268
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There have, however, been several studies examining the relationship between
egocentric networks and constructs theoretically and empirically related to
narcissism. Burt, Jannotta, and Mahoney (1998) investigated the personality
correlates of what Burt has termed structural holes (Burt, 1992) in egocentric
networks. In many ways the structural hole is similar to Freeman's (1979)
measure of Betweenness Centrality between disconnected individuals, in that
structural holes are areas ...

Network Strategy

Author: Joel Baum
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1849505314
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Direct access refers to structural holes in the immediate network of a manager's
colleagues, or an industry's suppliers and customers. Indirect access refers to
structural holes between friends of friends, in the networks around colleagues, or
around suppliers and customers. We know there are returns to direct access, in
fact very similar returns at micro and macro levels of analysis. If there is
advantage to affiliation with the well-connected, there should also be returns to
indirect access.