Cofounder and CEO of Kumu Jeff Mohr will share their suite of network mapping/weaving tools – showing how each might help your network and how to determine which is right for you (including a real-world example of an NHS integrated care system (ICS) network).
There are many different purposes for mapping a network – enabling new collaborations, identifying gaps, building relationships and more – but knowing the approach and tools to use can be a challenge. In addition to Kumu’s flagship network mapping software (which is currently being used in Q pilot project), Kumu also recently launched Sticky Studio and Weavr which extend Kumu’s functionality targeted at specific real-time collaboration and network weaving use cases.
Using an NHS ICS network of improvers (developed by a Q member) as a live example, they will share what is possible with each of the platforms so you can get a sense of which tools may fit your particular network mapping needs.
Kumu is a network and system mapping platform that makes it easy to organize complex data into relationship maps that are beautiful to look at and a pleasure to use. Import data from a spreadsheet or add it directly through the Kumu interface and then use custom decorations to highlight insights and tell compelling stories.
Weavr is a private social network for communities that focuses on the relationships and collaborations that lead to more impact. Empower each member of the community to maintain their own profile and relationships while also capturing the projects/collaborations that are emerging. Build a more connected community through automated prompts and make it easy to visualise and analyse the underlying structure of the community.
It includes innovations like ‘Relationships Strengths’, which allows you to quickly see how strongly people are connected.
Sticky Studio is a real-time collaborative whiteboard with a focus on relationships. Quickly and easily make sense of messy topics and export to Kumu when you’re ready to take it to the next level.