I had to facilitate a couple of workshops in the last couple of days where impact mapping would potentially prove to be a good tool to drive the discussion (and for one of them it did). I have done a number of impact maps over the years but often in the heat of the moment I have a memory blank on what order the map goes in or how best to describe what each of the stages are. So today I knocked together a pocket cheat sheet for me to refer to if I needed it:
Depending on the workshop often depends whether I use the classic mind map style or just use a left to right grid using post-it notes.
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I’m new to this! Can you let me know ‘How to identify those actors who can be hurdles?’ Any UX/UI case studies can help me.
Have you tried stakeholder mapping? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stakeholder_analysis