Wardley Mapping – a practical session on how to use value chain mapping

Track: Maps and Graphs
When: Thu AM-1
Where: Larch
Organizers Tony Richards Tony Richards , Simon Wardley Simon Wardley
Participants Manish Saindane Manish Saindane , Avi Douglen Avi Douglen , Fraser Scott Fraser Scott , Ian Taylor Ian Taylor , Luis Saiz Luis Saiz , Phil Huggins Phil Huggins , Phil Parker Phil Parker , Tony Richards Tony Richards , Wayne Moore Wayne Moore
Remote Participants Andrew Martin Andrew Martin , Anton Delsink Anton Delsink , Guy Jarvis Guy Jarvis

Value Chain Mapping is used for all manner of initiatives; to aid corporate strategy development, to aid organizational development, to writing Sci-Fi books, to developing huge engineering projects, or to gain situational awareness.

Why

This session is for anyone that is interested in using the concepts of situational awareness to organize and run a company, department, or security function.

What:

Attending this session will help you: - Understand why situational awareness matters. - Develop the basic concepts of how to map. - Provide a pathway to developing or reviewing a strategy by learning how to anticipate change and understand your landscape.

Outcomes

  • An understanding of using Value Chain Mapping
  • Develop your own value chain map

Who

  • CISO’s
  • Team Leads
  • Security Strategists

References

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