- creating a professional tool requires a lot of effort and resources - this is very obvious.
- creating a professional tool requires a demand to be sufficient. It is not there yet, and it is not there because Wardley mapping is not yet popular. Simon estimates that it will take a couple of decades before the mapping will be widely adopted.
- people need knowledge. Wardley Maps are still new, and many people are asking Simon about where one can get training (OSCON, other conferences, or LEF members) or where one can get a book (there is none).
- the 'community' book got a lot of attention
So, I have launched the Wardley Maps commercial trainings. They are really cheap right now, but don't expect them always to be like that, and get ask for one now!