Fixing a bowtie with multiple levels of detail

Fixing a bowtie with multiple levels of detail

Below is a small screencast of our Online bowtie practitioner course, in which we did a bowtie on employee kidnapping, and came across an interesting issue. We had barriers with multiple levels of detail. But ideally, the barriers in a bowtie are on the same level of detail.

It's not a hard requirement to have the same level of detail, but it makes the bowtie cleaner, easier to read and, if you choose the right level of detail, more specific. In this case, we fixed the bowtie by moving the more general barrier into an underlying activity. Watch the clip below to see what I'm talking about: