Wardley Mappping introduction with Cat Swetel

When (day):
3rd - Wednesday
15:00 - 16:00
Zoom link will be available very soon

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Join Cat for an introduction to Wardley Maps, a tool for thinking about the evolution of technology systems.

In this session you will learn the basics of Wardley Mapping and have an opportunity to create your first map.

Armed with a set of resources for continued learning and set of tools and aids for map making (including tools for facilitating a virtual mapping session!), you will leave the session ready to go forth and map! Come find out why our industry is buzzing about Wardley Maps!

Notable logs from the chat during the session

Notes from the Cat Swetel session - it was an inspiring session:
How do I determine if something is genesis or custom built or product or commodity?
For more Social practice theory lens on Wardley Mapping (also adopting in different languages and for visually impaired): https://maturitymapping.com
Collection of resources:
onlinewardleymaps.com - not for beginners
miro.com/templates/wardley-map - step by step
Simon’s book on Medium:
Don’t aim a perfect map, even two versions of your own map about something can vary from day to day.
Simon Wardley @swardley
X: How do I determine if something is genesis or custom built or product or commodity?
Me: Mapping applies to activities, practices, data and pretty much any form of capital. The stages of evolution are I to IV are defined by changing publication types. The cheat sheet helps. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DbdEogvX4AAUxDZ.jpg

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