Mapping Social Processes and Impact

We take pride in our thorough process of mapping, visualizing and representing social processes and relationships to expose, discover and validate inefficiencies, challenges, innovation and impact opportunities.

Below are some examples of our visual process maps from 2004 to 2018.

Impact Migrants Social Impact Model
Impact Migrants Social Impact Model

Relief 2.0: Disaster response with web 2.0 technology and local engagement
Relief 2.0: Disaster response with web 2.0 technology and local engagement

 

 


Relief Enterprise: A social business model for effective disaster response and recovery
Relief Enterprise: A social business model for effective disaster response and recovery

 

 


This an advanced version of the early Ecosystem of Social Gaming for Social Change, but both maps can be used independently to understand different aspects of the forces at play, with the early map focused on identifying realms of interaction and engagement and the more recent, complex one focusing on the actual actions.

 

 

 

 

 


Early draft of an ecosystem where Games and Social Networks can be linked to real life causes and generate local impact. It identifies 4 different areas for work, research, concept definition, interaction and intervention: Global Stakeholders. Motivations and Characteristics. Global and Virtual Interaction Realms. Local and Real Intervention and Impact Realms.
Early draft of an ecosystem where Games and Social Networks can be linked to real life causes and generate local impact. It identifies 4 different areas for work, research, concept definition, interaction and intervention: Global Stakeholders. Motivations and Characteristics. Global and Virtual Interaction Realms. Local and Real Intervention and Impact Realms.

 

 

 

 

 


Relationships between local and global markets and the role of an information system.
Relationships between local and global markets and the role of an information system.

 

 

 

 

 


Community Engagement and Action: Ecosystem of stakeholders, their roles and processes required to enable effective community engagement and actions, from social entrepreneurs to volunteers to businesses.
Community Engagement and Action: Ecosystem of stakeholders, their roles and processes required to enable effective community engagement and actions, from social entrepreneurs to volunteers to businesses.

 

 

 

 


Social Entrepreneurship: An ideal multistakeholder environment. How to promote entrepreneurial initiatives and spirit at the local level by engaging relevant stakeholders and providing adequate support with ICT, beyond microcredit or financing. Money is not enough to promote and support entrepreneurial activity. Know-how, experience, administrative skills, marketing skills are all part of the picture and can only be attained by engaging multiple stakeholders.
Social Entrepreneurship: An ideal multistakeholder environment. How to promote entrepreneurial initiatives and spirit at the local level by engaging relevant stakeholders and providing adequate support with ICT, beyond microcredit or financing. Money is not enough to promote and support entrepreneurial activity. Know-how, experience, administrative skills, marketing skills are all part of the picture and can only be attained by engaging multiple stakeholders.

 

 

 

 


Human Development Framework: A visual representation of the roles of ICT in the Human Development process.
Human Development Framework: A visual representation of the roles of ICT in the Human Development process.

 

 

 


Human Development Process: This diagram shows a bottom-up approach to the construction process of Human Development in the Knowledge Society. It builds upon the Human Development Framework presented above.
Human Development Process: This diagram shows a bottom-up approach to the construction process of Human Development in the Knowledge Society. It builds upon the Human Development Framework presented above.

 

 

 


Ideal Telecenters Ecosystem: Visual depiction of an ideal environment for telecenters and community access to the benefits of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The role of local community centers, local stakeholders, infrastructure and funding providers, and service and content providers.
Ideal Telecenters Ecosystem: Visual depiction of an ideal environment for telecenters and community access to the benefits of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The role of local community centers, local stakeholders, infrastructure and funding providers, and service and content providers.

 

 

 


Impact of Gender Issues on Labour Market, Productivity and Household Income.
Impact of Gender Issues on Labour Market, Productivity and Household Income.