Map Your Improvement Strategy Because That Expert You Hired Has No Magical Bulletsby@ppito
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Map Your Improvement Strategy Because That Expert You Hired Has No Magical Bullets

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Wardley Maps are typically created to model the creation of a product or service, where the anchor is obvious — the end user. The anchor is the delivery function of a programme/project/product. In this context of driving improvements of an agile delivery, the components are capabilities and other aspects needed for delivery (such as tools or artefacts) Chain the components using a dependency or value chain to form the Y axis of the map. Position the components vertically based on their value or visibility. Position them horizontally based on a form of evolution. Evolution phases suggested by Simon Wardley for capabilities : Novel, Emerging, Good and Best.

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