Journey Mapping 101: Inspiring Dynamic Participation Through Visual Storytelling

Hi everyone!

Greetings from snowy and cozy Minneapolis! I’m excited to share that I’m co-leading a session at the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Annual Conference this week with Jenny Lyons of Pivot Data Design about how we’ve used journey mapping in our evaluation work. I’m so thrilled to have the opportunity to share about our experiences with this cool, collaborative data collection and reflection tool and to hear from others about what they have learned in using it. Take a look at the handout Jenny and I created about journey mapping. Feel free to use the handout to start the conversation about using journey mapping in your evaluation work. Looking forward to seeing many of you in Minneapolis!

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2 Responses to Journey Mapping 101: Inspiring Dynamic Participation Through Visual Storytelling

  1. Alan Hudson says:

    Excited to see this and looking forward to learning more!

    Maybe there’s some connection to explore to the question I posed on the PELICAN and ADAPTDEV lists earlier this year?

    https://www.globalintegrity.org/2019/05/02/m-e-l-maps-supporting-journeys-to-impact/

    Happy to be a fellow traveler on the road to better ways of visualizing, talking about, and driving impact! Let’s chat post-Minneapolis.

    best wishes,
    alan

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