Maps are useful.
The most familiar maps represent geography, territory, land: places.
Less familiar, but ubiquitous and often very useful, are abstract maps, representing relationships, causality, interdependence and many more things.
For example, an abstract map might show the many natural and economic forces that shape a watershed, so that participants could see their effects on one another and on their environment.
A really good map helps you navigate your territory, exploring strategic alternatives.
We are a guild of sorts, a guild of skilled map whisperers.
We'd like to build maps with you.