Experimenting with Remote Wardley Mapping with Nick Tune


** If you want to participate, RSVP to the meetup and you will get a password protected zoom Link, else just enjoy youtube *** Wardley Mapping is a strategic tool for anticipating how domains will evolve over time. In this session, we’ll learn the basic theory behind Wardley Maps and then jump into hands-on exercises. It is recommended that you read Ben Mosior’s excellent article before attending this session: Wardley Mapping with Miro. https://miro.com/blog/wardley-maps-whiteboard-canvas/


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