The attached SVG file provides the text and basic layout of a conceptual model that shows the complexity inherent in all organisational systems.
The complexity arises from the multi-layered interactions between people (top), information (middle), and technology (bottom), as well as the feedback loops that occur as organisations (left) interact with their customers (middle), and the flow-on impacts of these products and services to the broader community (right).
Relationships between concepts (boxes) are mutual, but connecting text should be read from top-to-bottom and left-to-right.
In short, there's a lot going on in this diagram. There are two aims of this brief, in order of priority:
(1) make the diagram attractive and engaging, while retaining visual clarity and the depicted relationships between concepts
(2) encourage people to consider the multiple layers of meaning in the diagram. By this I mean that it should be possible to "step back" and visualise the whole diagram, or to focus on a small subset of four concepts and still have the diagram make sense.
You are welcome to experiment with layouts different to the grid presented here (eg a pyramid, spiral, cycle, etc) if you can see a way to do that and achieve the aims listed above.
The two logos at the top left and top right must be clearly visible in the diagram, but can be placed anywhere.