Systems Mapping 101: Introduction to Approaches
Thursday, June 24, 12-1 p.m.
Systems are complex, and systems mapping, in its many forms, is one tool to engage with and learn more about their complexity. Systems maps can be used to explore and expose systemic barriers, highlight actors relationships, demonstrate points of leverage, and examine the flow of resources and more. In this workshop, we’ll review mapping approaches and then apply that knowledge with a practice map in a known, shared system. Come prepared with blank paper, writing utensils, and a willingness to participate in “show and tell”.
Open to Memorial faculty, students, and staff. Space is limited to 40 people!
Presented by Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office