Wardley Mapping is a strategic decision-making practice. Big enough for nation-states, yet small enough for 1-person operations, the mapping process holds the space for the integration of context, perspective, and creativity.
The process of Wardley Mapping is guided by the Strategy Cycle — a continuous loop through Purpose, Landscape, Climate, Doctrine, and Leadership before action is taken and the loop begins again.
How you train your people, standard ways of operating, and techniques that you almost always apply. These are the universal principles, the set of beliefs that appear to work regardless of the landscape.
The climate may affect your purpose, the environment may affect your strategy and your actions may affect all… Your purpose isn’t fixed, it changes as your landscape changes and as you act. There is no “core”, it’s all transitional.
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Simon Wardley has written a free book.
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