Los mapas de Wardley

Que son los mapas de Wardley Los mapas de Wardley es una técnica que lo ayuda a examinar un entorno dado, identificar los próximos cambios que van a ocurrir y ayuda a elegir adecuadamente las acciones a tomar. Al examinar qué se necesita, qué componentes se utilizarán, cuáles son sus dependencias y características, se puede … Read more

Value Chain Analysis

To complement the Value Chain Maps or Wardley maps, I want to remind the details of these 3 steps, as they serve me to document in detail the situations and details related to the context: Activity Analysis. Value Analysis. Evaluate, change & plan action.

Wardley Map, economic exercise

This picture below was published by Simon Wardley in Twitter and clearly reflects how maps can contribute to do economic analysis of the situations you have in a given scenario. I have done some similar exercise with a plain table in excel with 2 columns with the scenario AS-IS and TO-BE, but this graphical representation … Read more

Serverless

Serverless is a buzzword It points to the future of software development in a post cloud world. The idea of “Serverless” is NOT about removing the servers completely (or you couldn’t use the internet at all), but essentially paying for services that mean that someone else manages the servers for you thereby reducing maintenance load. It’s … Read more

Etherium ecosystem

Simon Wardley says related to maps: practice, practice, practice… so here there is a practice. The map Development environment Solidity: is quite mature and the community of developers is increasing, there are so many places where you can learn how to develop in solidity, and the documentation is quite good. There are other languages but … Read more

“bi-modal” model constraints

Gartner is advertising “bi-modal”; a “new” way to drive operations and new activities of a corporation. I was reading the idea and the concepts around it and I found it “old” idea, with some propositions that are so nice to have, and that they can be defended on the paper, but that in the reality … Read more

Wardley Maps

Wardley maps continue increasing popularity, now IBM talks about it: “Governments should adopt the Wardley Map approach to help shape their migration to Government as a Platform.” http://insights-on-business.com/government/five-steps-to-happier-citizens/