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Julie Pierce 5 Oct 17
The square of despair from Paul Shetler.
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Ben 11 Oct 17
was a lot of fun! Here's some of what came out of the tools discussion in the crypt: //
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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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Gwen Diagram Oct 3
I am so excited to be heading to today. Can't wait to learn about mapping organisations. I'm also excited for all the diagrams. There's going to be so many frigging diagrams 😍😍
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Justin Stach 5 Oct 17
How to use maps on state-scale projects with and James Duncan is 🔥🔥🔥
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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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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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Charlie Hope 8 Jan 18
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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David Heath 5 Oct 17
Radical upskilling from top bottom. Bring people from service/contact centres and make them service designers.
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Roz Shaw Dec 3
Loving cynefin for mappers - brilliant morning so far with (and I can now pronounce cynefin ❤️)
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Sophie Dennis Oct 3
Yes! - “services” is not The Answer. We need to be more conscious and deliberate about when to org by services (across end to end user journeys) vs products (meet needs at common point in multIple journeys and services)
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Simon Wardley #EEA May 14
There are only 13 (of the 300) early bird tickets left for - ... London, Oct 15th. After this, it's the standard ticket price until will run out of space (about 250 standard tickets left) ... more announcements on the schedule soon.
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Colin Charles Oct 3
Wow, has over 600,000 customers, 6.49 million Lambda invocations daily, and their monthly compute costs are USD$579.70! Superb insight by on being focused on customer needs and leveraging serverless
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Hadley Beeman 5 Oct 17
Love this—I've seen so many hackathons that were "design theatre".A nod toward innovation, but not actual commitment.
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Norm Driskell 5 Oct 17
Good to hear from - starting with one hell of a map!
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Gordon McMahon Dec 3
My slides from today's Mapping Team Maturity talk at
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Justin Stach 5 Oct 17
Amazon have just turned entire call centres into software. 😐 at
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Chris Swan Oct 3
This is why I spend so much of my time on training that can scale across the whole of and beyond.
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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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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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