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Resilience in Enterprise Social Networks

@inproceedings{Burger2013ResilienceIE,
  title={Resilience in Enterprise Social Networks},
  author={Valentin Burger and Tobias Hossfeld and David Garc{\'i}a and Michael Seufert and Ingo Scholtes and David Hock},
  booktitle={GI-Jahrestagung},
  year={2013}
}
The goal of human resource management is to ensure an effective company environment. Crucial for a good corporate culture is a comfortable atmosphere and positive social relationships between the employees. The interactions of the people and groups working in the company define their relationships and are reflected in the company’s social network. Projections of such networks are Enterprise Social Networks which are more and more integrated in companies. These social networks can be a powerful… 
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