Posts Tagged ‘Wardley’

The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed. William Gibson – The Economist, December 4, 2003 I’ve been in a bunch of conversations recently on the intersection of Team Topologies and Wardley Maps. The Platform, Stream-aligned and Complicated-subsystem teams tend to drop out of a map because they fit around their respective […]

TL;DR Decision making is at the heart of an organisation’s purpose, but it’s rare to see much effort being spent on improving the quality of decision making, and typical to see all decisions mired in time consuming bureaucratic process. We can do better, with a little coarse filtering, some doctrine and situational awareness, and a […]

In Plain Sight


“The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.” – William Gibson This post is about a set of powerful management techniques that have each been around for over a decade, but that still haven’t yet diffused into everyday use, and that hence still appear novel to the uninitiated. Wardley Maps Simon […]

I’ve had the links below in a OneNote snippet for some time, so that I can easily email them to people who want to know more about Wardley mapping; but I thought I might as well post them here too: The OSCON video The CIO magazine article The blog intro The (incomplete) book (as a […]