Table of Contents


Here are some tools to get you started

Please read the AMMERSE Guide for a good overview.

Cheat Sheet

Basic Cheat Sheet


Miro is a popular tool for collaborating, with whiteboard and drawing capabilities.

Here is a Miro Template with basic AMMERSE tools.

Maturity Index

The Maturity Index is a way of reasoning about the maturity of processes, products, code and even teams.

Mapping Terminology

AMMERSE Terminology Map


Leadership Explained

Organisational Values

Holism Toolbox

Question Cheat Sheet for decision-making

A Is it Agile? (eg. Feedback loops, Continuous Improvement, Adaptable, Responsive, Decisions)
Mi Is it Minimal? (eg. Costs, Problem, Solution, Risk, Design, Process, People, Objective, Impact)
M Is it Maintainable? (eg. Repairable, Repeatable, Cost, Quality, Performance, Growth)
E Is it Environmental (eg. Sustainable, Inclusive Culture, Regulations, Stability, Safe, Secure, Ethical)
R Is it Reachable? (eg. Skills, Time, Budget, Market, Geography, Sales, Growth, Objective, Capacity, Customers)
S Is it Solvable (eg. Problems [now and the future], Innovative, Creates Problems, Meta Problems, Decisions)
Ex Is it Extensible? (eg. Plug-in, Snap-On, Reusable, Context-Insensitive)

More survey examples


AMMERSE YouTube Channel
A YouTube channel with explainer videos and more.

How to make better decisions with AMMERSE (No Nonsense Agile Podcast)

[SE Radio 598: Jonathan Crossland on the AMMERSE Framework (Software Engineering Radio)]

Ammerse intro

Software Design: Ep5 : AMMERSE Design Principles

Software Design: Ep6 : AMMERSE Maturity Index


The guide is a Pattern Language for including AMMERSE in your Pattern Language

Pattern Language Creation Guide

Overview of the Extensible Model


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Level 1

7 Principles: Agile, Minimal, Maintainable, Environmental, Reachable, Solvable, Extensible.

Level 2

The AMMERSE Set has weights assigned to 7 Principles. eg. “Enterprise Strategy”.

Level 3

AMMERSE Sets in a grouping that work together for a purpose. eg. Modes.

Level 3.1

You can extend AMMERSE by creating your own Sets and Frameworks.

Our goal is to enable business strategy, implementation and the reaching of objectives by giving you the tools to design your own methods. 

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