Technical Debt Analysis

This is a set of conversations I had with Dave and Andrey about Technical debt, where we have been trying to explore the use of Estuarine Mapping. Session 1, starting the exercise We have defined some assumptions: We have started with a list of classic technical debt reasons, but after reviewing it, we have defined … Read more

Estuarine mapping

Background Estuarine Mapping was created by 2017, and the first publication done by Dave Snowden about it is from October 7th 2022. At the moment of the publication of this post, we all are learning about the basis and how to use it. There are two basic concepts that the reader should consider: Steps to … Read more

Managing complexity in times of crisis

This publication titled: “Managing complexity (and chaos) in times of crisis. A field guide for decision makers inspired by the Cynefin framework“, contains interesting topics. Addressing chaos Assess Types of constraints Adapt In lack of a contingency plan, we must reallocate resources and re-design processes to empower the emergence of small, informal teams and networks … Read more

Cynefin principles

The principles are the basis for everything, and Cynefin is not an exception. This is a summary of them: Principle 1: Embrace messy coherence The principle of messy coherence enables us to accommodate much diversity of approaches, methods and tools within Cynefin. Language is an excellent example of messy coherence, or in other worlds coherent … Read more