I am looking for advice on a logical framework I can use to organize what is happening in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
I want to connect the dots between "Here are the top priority issues our city faces" "Here are organizations, programs, and actions that seek to address those issues" and "Here is what individuals can do to make a difference"
The city has a brand new strategic plan. Local foundations, the chamber of commerce, and non-profits all have strategic plans and indicators. And, of course, everything is hidden behind layers of exclusive personal networks, speculative development, shell corporations, individual apathy, institutional bureaucracy, and non-profit zero-sum competition.
If you've seen any examples of how communities have painted a big picture of this, I'd be very grateful!