Talk: The state of Agile using Wardley Maps

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Evolution of the state of Agile and seeking the emergence of something new

This half-talk / half-workshop was presented at the conference on the 22nd of March 2019.

This talk aimed to introduce the audience to the purpose and principles of Mapping and then attempt to map the state of Agile as a live experiment.

Doing such an experiment proved useful and generated a lot of engaging conversations. Mapping is best done by doing. Most importantly, maps are wrong (Simon Wardley says so himself) and the value is in the strategic conversation that it generates. So, this was a very useful engagement.

But attempting to map such a broad subject in 20 minutes proved challenging. A variation to this talk will be given in April and we will contain the approach a little more.

The PDF of the presentation can be downloaded from this link.

We are also planning to offer a Wardley Map training very soon starting with a highly discounted series of evening courses. Please register your interest via the contact us form, if you would like to join the initial cohort.

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