Back when I thought I needed to work in cubicles the rest of my life, I did something similar to this with mapping. I believe @kelseyhightower has as well. I do wish… Read more On Understanding the Self: Mapping and the Annual Review →
Ben is joined by Ryan Wold for the very first episode of the Hired Thought Podcast. They talk about the sociotechnical nature of organizations, and what it’s like to integrate… Read more #1 — The Integrative Approach: When the Opportunities Reveal Themselves →
Let’s talk about purposeful organizations, the overwhelm of too many sources of information, and what errors to avoid as a founder. [I]n an information-rich world, the wealth of information means… Read more For Founders →
How do you get through beginnings? What does it mean to be in Genesis? If you broke your work (and everything around it) down into parts, which ones are truly… Read more Evolution and Being in Genesis →
Absolutely fabulous conversation with Tim Ebenezer on Wardley Mapping and policing in the UK. We walk step-by-step through a hypothetical example, sharing our stories and experiences along the way!
What an absolute privilege it was to host LearnWardleyMapping Professional Member @madplatt! He sets us straight on strategy, security as a constraint vs an enabler, and The Four Problems we… Read more Mario Platt: Evolution-informed Security Strategy →
I’ve been wanting to understand what makes Wardley Mapping so incredibly useful to some and so completely inaccessible to others. After a conversation with Chris Donnelly, I offered the following… Read more If Mapping is the solution, what is the problem? →
There is helpful help, and then there is unhelpful “help.” Far too much help seems to fall into the latter category, and when someone “helps” — when it’s not asked… Read more “Help” Is a Four-Letter Word →