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Jan Rezac asks: "How should I represent user needs when mapping? Because quite a lot of maps do NOT have user needs clearly stated (even Simon's original teashop map & Canonical map)." Short answer? It depends! Wardley Mapping highlights areas of ignorance —...
Jan Rezac asks: “How do I connect scenario planning and Wardley Mapping?” I think people sometimes mean different things when they say scenario planning, so I want to share a few different ways Wardley Mapping might be useful for evaluating alternative situations.
In my time delivering workshops and working with different teams, I’ve found that no two experiences learning Wardley Mapping are alike. There are so many concepts to learn and ways to learn them. And importantly, “Wardley in concept” differs significantly from “Wardley in use.” The messiness of actual mapping work can be quite jarring when compared to the book knowledge.