Flight Levels System Architecture (Miramar, FL, February 27th-28th), University of Phoenix, Thursday, 27. February 2020

Flight Levels

The Flight Levels Systems Architecture shows which systems (boards) are needed at which levels of an organization, how they are connected and how coordination can work well. This flow can be created for parts of a company or for the entire organization. Flight Items or Flight Routes show from which sources work comes, which destinations the work goes to in a company and how it gets there.
This makes responsibilities and dependencies clear – the best prerequisite for navigating the work more efficiently through the system. On the way to Flight Levels Flow, your organization will go through a change process. We will show you how to initiate this process (take-off) and with which tools you can advance it.


The Difference Between Team Agility and Business Agility

What Flight Levels are and what the Flight Levels Flow is

Routes on which work moves through the company – Flight Items and Flight Routes

Agile interactions: Recognize, represent and manage dependencies

Which work is managed at which level?

How agility is scaled in the company regardless of the concrete methods applied

Take-off: Taking off correctly into the change process

Bridging the gap between strategy and operation

Strategy methods such as OKR in the context of flight levels

Mapping of different time horizons: Strategy/Initiatives -> Years, Initiatives/Epics -> Quarters, Stories/Tasks -> Weeks/Days

What the connection of (agile) islands/silos causes in the organization

Business agility is not team sport, but corporate sport. From the strategic to the operational level, agile interactions are necessary.

Thursday, 27. February 2020, University of Phoenix, Flight Levels System Architecture (Miramar, FL, February 27th-28th)

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