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Dynamic Silos: Increased Modularity in Intra-organizational Communication Networks during the Covid-19 Pandemic

  title={Dynamic Silos: Increased Modularity in Intra-organizational Communication Networks during the Covid-19 Pandemic},
  author={Tiona Žu{\vz}ul and Emily Cox Pahnke and Jonathan Larson and Patrick Bourke and Nicholas Caurvina and Neha Parikh Shah and Fereshteh Amini and Youngser Park and Joshua T. Vogelstein and Jeffrey Weston and Christopher White and Carey E. Priebe},
Jonathan Larson, Patrick Bourke, Nicholas Caurvina Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, 98052, {jolarso, pbourke, nick.caurvina} Neha Parikh Shah, Fereshteh Amini, Jeffrey Weston Microsoft, Redmond, WA, 98052, {neha.shah, fereshteh.amini, jeffrey.weston} Youngser Park, Joshua Vogelstein Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21218, {youngser, jovo} Christopher White Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, 98052, 


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  • Harvard Business School Working Paper
  • 2021