This post is a personal exploration on Estuarine Mapping I’m doing. The context or case I’m using is represented in the Wardley Map on the left. This comes from a experiment we are doing related to the way to reach better to companies on using and adopting Wardley Mapping. To me is the first use … Read more
This link is interesting to follow-up all the publications around Estuarine mapping. Step 1: All start with the identification of good and bad things around the context we are exploring. Step 2: Then the identification of constraints and constructors. Using a template as the one below (to avoid classification and promote taxonomy identification). Use during … Read more
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
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
I have been thinking about the evolution of my personal development and how to progress on other areas of competency. I used to do this using a notebook listing the next future jobs that will show up, their main features, how appealing are to me and how I really fit on them. After that, I … Read more
This is a summary I use to review for my poor memory.