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Exploring A Method: The Interrelationship Digraph by Dana Roberts

  • 03/08/2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Online using Adobe Connect

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The Interrelationship Digraph (sometimes called a Relations Diagram) is a tool that has been around since the 1940's. Although an excellent tool for exploring relationships between a number of ideas or analyzing complex cause-and-effect situations, it is often overlooked by or unknown to many facilitators.

 

In this webinar you will learn about what this tool is, how it evolved, and when it can be used. The webinar will also explore what facilitators need to do to prepare to use the tool, how they can facilitate a group in constructing and interpreting an interrelationship digraph, and tips on what to do and what to avoid when using the tool with a group. 

 

Dana Roberts has over 25 years of experience providing decision analysis and facilitation support to executive groups in government and industry in the areas of leadership team building, strategic planning, process improvement, performance assessment, risk management, investment prioritization, and organizational change management. He is a retired naval officer who commanded both nuclear attack and nuclear ballistic missile submarines, and served as the U.S. Atlantic Fleet's Inspector General. He is a past MAFN President and Chairman of the Board of Directors, and is currently the Director of MAFN's online learning programs

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