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Here you have a model showing a snapshot of U.S. military's plan for " Afghanistan Stability / COIN Dynamics"



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http://sdwise.com/2013/07/hey-new-york-times-a-causal-loop-diagram-is-not-a-powerpoint-fail/#/

- http://www.usma.edu/cnrcd/siteassets/sitepages/cultural%20training%20information/afghanistan_dynamic...

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Kai Neumann

Kai Neumann

Oh, I just realized that there are connections missing, e.g. perception of gov with negative effect on fear of.....
Also there are neither negative connections nor the delays from the original. They are crucial. So maybe you find the time to improve the model or make a copy for backup and provide us with a collaboration link?
Kai Neumann

Kai Neumann

Great work - I know the original Causal Loop Diagram for many years and always wanted to show the added value of a Qualitative Cause and Effect Model with its potential for analyses through Insight Matrices. Though it is probably impossible to complete a weighting of the connections without the expertise of the original project participants I wonder whether an exemplary analysis could show this potential. So, Pierre, do see an interesting factor and its Insight Matrix that shows some interesting results with factors marked in the screenshot for the presenter?

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