E-Study

Visual Strategy Mapping for Groups

This e-study explains what visual strategy mapping (ViSM) is and how to do it. Visual strategy mapping is a causal mapping process in which statements are linked by arrows showing what causes what. A completed visual strategy map shows how mission, goals, strategies and actions are connected, meaning what the logic is that holds them together.
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