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Transcript of Tactical Mapping
Mapping "Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory,
but tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat." What is
Tactical Mapping? Why is strategy & tactics important? A way to visualize the people, groups, institutions involved in the issue - and the nature of these relationships. Expand one's thinking about potential targets for tactical interventions and helps to identify concrete targets for action. Know
Yourself Know the
Adversary Know the
Terrain [Photo credit: wikipedia] Our terrain: human relationships How do I make a Tactical Map? No need for any fancy resources. Step 1: Identify the smallest relationship that you seek to change or disrupt. Map of the battlefield of Antietam, prepared by Lieut. Wm. H. Willcox, Top. Off. & A.A.D.C. on Brig. Genl. Doubleday's staff. [Sept. 17, 1862].
Found at http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/antietam/maps/map-of-the-battlefield-of.html This relationship is the
center of your map. Step 2: Identify the community level relationships. Family Friends Colleagues Classmates Doctor Step 3: Identify the national level of relationships. NGOs Victim-related organizations Government institutions Judicial system Professional Associations Step 4: Identify the
international level of relationships. International NGOs United Nations Committees, Bodies International Economic Bodies Step 5: Add yourself to the map. Add lines that represent the nature of the relationship.