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Simon Wardley @swardley
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For those who have examples of mapping impact in organisations both positive and negative for this Cambridge / LSE paper then @RoserPujadas1 is the person to share with. Can I encourage people to also share counter examples i.e. to work out the limits / constraints with maps.
i.e. I'm asking the attendees of both 2017 and 2018 #mapcamp and the wider community. It would be good to put mapping on a more academic footing and that means warts and all. It's the only way the field can truly progress if we challenge it.
It's also part of why I wanted this year's #mapcamp to consist of other voices. I'm fully aware that for #mapping to progress it has to become a field with a wide community of leaders, academic rigour and a willingness to challenge. If we don't, it risks becoming a #cult.
So a big ask from me to all of you. In the spirit of openess in which mapping started then please share those examples of mapping, the good, the bad and the ugly with @RoserPujadas1 for use in the Cambridge / LSE paper.
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