Speaker: Valarie Regas @ValarieRegas
For more, see table of contents
- For more: https://medium.com/@swardley
- Map/graphic inspires more confidence than strengths/weaknesses/opportunities/threats matrix or list of steps
- Customer is anchor point – your gol is your users
- ex: Y axis is value chain visibility
- ex: X axis is evolution. goes from genesis (ex: in house custom solutions) to commodity (stuff can outsource0
- Links between nodes are dependencies
- Must have only one anchor point
- Everything shouldn’t link to everything else
- Need midtier examples – something between “hello world” and enterprise software
- Disney trip example! ex: fastpasses, pack, dining. (time bound events). Y axis dates and X axis is person doing
- Chore chart leading to donuts. X axis is people again. Used pictures for four year old.
- Work project with y axis as time needed to do. X axis is status (planning to completed)
- All show movement from beginning to end, shows components clearly and shows how to get from one to another
Other axis ides
- # people needed
- There is software as well. Can make whiteboard version or electronic one.
- Can use for sprint planning.
- Valarie creates the maps independenly
I hadn’t heard of Wardley Maps. Interesting idea. I *love* the Disney example. I have planned a trip to Disney World. What a project. Also, loved the how to make PB&J sandwich reference. I enjoyed that when I was a kid. I like there was a lot of Q&A. (I noted this last year too)