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Interactive video lesson plan for: The Importance of Knowing: A Big Think Mentor Workshop

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In this 4-part Big Think Mentor workshop Mihnea Moldoveanu teaches us how to systematically analyze the epistemic structure of networks by using a diagramming tool call the epinet. In this lesson Moldoveanu introduces us to epinet basics. Moldoveanu, Professor and Associate Dean at Rotman School of Management, knows that analyzing the fabric and behavior of social networks requires an understanding of unspoken information. His latest book is Epinets: The Epistemic Structure and Dynamics of Social Networks, co-authored with Joel Baum.

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