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Human Activity System (HAS) Mapping

by Consultant on May 13, 2013

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Human Activity System (HAS) Maps visually illustrate and capture the “flow” of causes and outcomes in a problem situation. ...

Human Activity System (HAS) Maps visually illustrate and capture the “flow” of causes and outcomes in a problem situation.

In HAS Mapping a problem situation is viewed as occurring within a “system”, a Human Activity System (HAS), where the “system” allows a problem situation’s causes and effects to be identified and shaped into a causal relationship flow map, so underlying issues and their interrelationships can be better recognised and addressed.

The flow of causes to outcomes within a problem situation can be developed, for example, based on using, for example, “but-for” analysis (i.e. “but for an act or omission of X, Y would not have occurred”), and “Why- Because” analysis.

HAS Maps are versatile and can be applied to investigating, assessing, and addressing a wide range of problem situations.

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