Pragmatic Facilitation

Pragmatic Facilitation

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...
Nobody Cares About Your Precious Framework

Nobody Cares About Your Precious Framework

I like Wardley Mapping. It’s captured my attention for the last five or so years, and I know I’ve still hardly scratched the surface of what’s possible. As you can imagine, I am overjoyed when other people take interest, and I love it when I get to support them as...
Getting Stuck Is Problem #1

Getting Stuck Is Problem #1

Valerie Freitas asks: Might free form brainstorming of words, with no constraints of current [maps] or questions that might lead the team in certain directions, be beneficial at the start? Then both non-technical and technical ideas / associations might be encouraged...
A Spectrum of Decision Making 

A Spectrum of Decision Making 

Over the years, I’ve been asked repeatedly to explain what Wardley Mapping is. Since it’s a big practice, with lots of ways to slice and dice it, I like to try out new answers whenever I get the chance. One explanation I’ve been playing with recently is centered on...