Relational Analytics provides to licencees the only statistically-validated metrics for organizational relationships. The metrics can be applied via Big Data to evaluate such relationships from the outside, as it were; or the metrics can emerge via a questionnaire completed by the two or more parties in each relationship or web of relationships. The Analytics are particularly useful for measurement of stakeholder relationships. Naturally, the point of measurement is to seek to embed procedures and policies for improvement and indeed for systematic management of organisational relationships.

Relational Analytics and the Sustainable Development Goals

In our view, the accomplishment of the SDGs is impossible without much more attention, and much more systematic management, of organizational relationships. The metrics have been used by an ever-widening range of organisations, from the UN Environmental Programme to schools and companies.

Publication: The Relational Lens: Understanding, Managing & Measuring Stakeholder Relationships

About this publication: The authors' combined decades of experience, in both private and public-sector organisations, provide practical guidance for improving relationships between individuals, groups and organisations in diverse contexts. Real-world case studies and models have gone into the Relational Proximity® framework, which can help assess the relational impact of policy and management decisions, and supplies conceptual as well as linguistic resources for constructive discussion of strained relationships, leading to actionable solutions for building trust and sustainable value.

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