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On March 5th, we attended an online workshop to get some hands-on practice with Wardley Mapping. The topic of the day was Disinformation, and our group focused on mapping how to recognize fake news — truth or not, technological fakes, deep fakes, videos, pictures, and all kinds of things that come to mind when we hear that phrase…
Over the last few months, I've been reading material by Frank W. Geels on the Multi Level Perspective, which uses arrows to visualize change and transition in the disposition of a market ecosystem. Here's an example: I was recently discussing evolution with a client...
One of the more curious aspects of Wardley Mapping is Doctrine — what we choose to believe are universally-applicable principles. Doctrine is essentially values-based ideas like putting users first and being open to challenge. Simon Wardley presents his chosen...
As part of the Wardley Maps Community YouTube channel (subscribe here), John Grant and Ben Mosior recently sat down with Sue Borchardt and Andie Nordgren. Sue is a research artist whose remarkable videos on topics like strategy for peace and justice, solitary...
As part of the Wardley Maps Community YouTube channel (subscribe here), John Grant and Chris Daniel recently sat down with Vikesh Shah, Commercial Director of London-based fashion and retail startup Metail.
Once you have a strategy, you need to get your team on board. Who can help you implement your strategy? Who might be an obstacle, or enemy? Samo Burja’s Empire Theory provides a framework for mapping power. After this talk, you’ll be able to start mapping power in your organization and beyond.
This Mom is no stranger to bringing lessons learned via parenting into the workplace, and vice versa. I’ll show you how to use Wardley Maps, and other planning strategies, to streamline your life, and your work projects, in new and exciting ways!
DevOps, Serverless, and Wardley Maps, three frames for making sense of the waves of change in IT.
Kill all your darlings, crumple all your Wardley Maps. Not every map needs to be a perfectly polished artifact and sometimes a lo-fi, easily discarded sketch (or two or two dozen) is superior in that it allows a space to be wrong and grants permission to explore.
At Map Camp ATL 2019, Simon Wardley introduces the concepts of situational awareness, why maps matter and how to map a competitive landscape. He examines a few basic patterns in mapping and how the field is being currently used.
Tim Ebenezer and Ben Mosior get together for a mapping session on UK Policing. They walk step-by-step through a hypothetical example, sharing their stories and experiences along the way!
Mario Platt of Privacy Beacon joined Ben Mosior for a LearnWardleyMapping Patron livestream to discuss strategy, security as a constraint vs an enabler, and The Four Problems to address for an adequate 2020+ security posture.
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