Influence model

The Influence Model is used to understand the relationship between one component of a system and another component of the system.  The model used here maps Roles to Roles in the context of the authority of each role.

Influence Modeling efforts are focused on a relationship model including roles, responsibilities, accountability, and authority.  The assumption is that an "influence system" is the basic form of the relationship between local residents and government and non-government service providers.  The "influence" flow is from residents to service providers and decision makers.

The Influence Model includes both the Roles (Who) and the Process (How).

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