Transitioning to a new role via promotion and title change, switching companies altogether, or being eager for the prospect of a new challenge within your existing company can be a big boost to your career. But some of these moves aren’t as easy or successful as they were previously given the more dynamic and collaborative workplaces of today. The authors of this report analyzed employee relationships and communication patterns across 100+ diverse companies and interviewed numerous executives. They discovered that a prerequisite for transition success relied on the effective use of internal networks. That involves five practices: surging; generating pull; identifying; creating scale, and shaping. Dive into this report to determine how to quickly build the connections that will help you thrive in a new role.