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Audree Fletcher Oct 3
Need more women at . Maybe buy one ticket, get a women's ticket free? Or just send a woman in your stead next year attendees?
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Yodit Stanton Oct 3
Well done to and team for building a lovely community of mapping enthusiasts. Had a blast meeting so many intelligent folks at
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Liz Keogh 5 Oct 17
"Change management, or change the management."
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Michael Maibaum Oct 3
Wonderfully informative and entertaining talk from at
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Charlie Hope Jan 8
Anyone interested in working together to put a Map-Camp (North) in Manchester (UK) circa 2-4 October 2018? Please get in touch. -north
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pollyrt Oct 3
I think the guy sitting next to me on the train might regret having asked me about the map I was sketching 😳. Thanks and all the speakers and volunteers at today. Thought provoking and energising event.
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Meri Williams 🌈💪🏾 Oct 3
“Everyone does this, not just startups. We are equal opportunity stupid in this industry” 😂
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Sinead Doyle 5 Oct 17
How do you show movement without a map? 🗺
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Sinead Doyle 5 Oct 17
Mapping the flaws in Dr Evil’s plan, with
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Benoit Hudzia 5 Oct 17
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Sophie Dennis Oct 3
If I didn’t love already for the pirate ship analogy, I really love her from bringing Kano model and expectation escalation importance of really digging into those user needs into Here’s the model if you don’t know it
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Liam Maxwell 5 Oct 17
Web standards and mapping with a live demo... bravo
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Meri Williams 🌈💪🏾 Oct 3
“Leave your purpose wide, but start small, deliver, get momentum, people like the successes and delivery”
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Liam Maxwell Oct 3
. explaining the importance of standards in the most powerful way - lifeboats and response times. Super impressive.
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Nikki Bailey Oct 5
Thoughts from : maps are (v roughly) framing devices to ID & avoid undifferentiated heavy lifting. Do they work at a micro/tactical scale? plotting: team capabilities (to run SaaS) x-axis here: "bus risk | common knowledge | automated | abstracted"
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Liz Keogh 5 Oct 17
"Tobacco plants deal with moths by changing the shape of their flowers. Even if you can't move, you can change."
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Dr Sal Freudenberg Oct 2
Excited to be the closing keynote at tomorrow, but even more excited to hear about all your mapping adventures. Who will be there?
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Mike Haber Oct 4
Non IT use of Wardley Mapping was mentioned at . This is a Wardley Canvas of my job, used to discuss how people could help me. X axis is amount of time to get skills. My job is Digital Information Model Developer.
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Peter Cladingbowl Oct 3
today was what I call a 21st century conference. Real people with immense talent tackling important problems - improving health and education, creating jobs; and all using scientific management directly with their teams. A joy to see and be part of.
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Andy Beale 5 Oct 17
Great talk from such a long time hero when we were trying to help transform
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