We all have rosters of the people at work. Names, phone numbers, physical locations maybe even their Twitter handles or link to their LinkedIn Profile - all there. There is so much missing though. If every employee is an ambassador for your brand (and they are whether or not you believe it) - then what do you really know about your ambassadors?
How many connections do they have on LinkedIn? How many followers on Twitter? Do they blog? Write on Medium? What is the ACTUAL reach of your organizational network? Now in no way do I mean that companies should have access to employee accounts in a username/password way - I do think it's only smart for a company to know what networks (size and shape) are represented in it's employee pool.
Now I'm thinking about how you'd do or represent this. I don't know about having some internal-viewable Klout score (this would be different than having an internal Klout score related to an internal network)...but something would indicate size and vectors of networks - it's probably not critical to know that an employee at a IT company is a leading quilt blogger but you never know. I'm also not advocating for any kind of censorship at all - just an awareness of the potential reach of your employee's networks.
Still a formative thought - open for input.