Organizational Networks

LMI’s organizational networks management capabilities lay the groundwork for new levels of inter-agency cooperation.


Public issues and programs are often not managed by one organization alone. The move toward cross-agency collaboration stems from a desire to create holistic, more outcome-focused services for the citizen. From a practical perspective, however, organizational collaboration may be stymied by the limitations of agencies’ current organizational networks.

LMI enables intergovernmental collaboration by helping clients describe, assess, design, and manage their networks. LMI offers a range of capabilities, from network visualization and social network analysis to design and support of an agency’s application of Web 2.0 technology.

Our deep expertise in organizational improvement allows us to help clients manage networks with multiple layers, boundaries, and objectives, aligning the contributions of both people and organizations toward a common purpose.

LMI’s organizational networks management capabilities include the following

  • Network visualization and assessment
  • Network maturity model
  • Governance
  • Agent-based modeling
  • Web 2.0 technologies/social software
  • Strategic communications.