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Flight Level 3 Design (FL3D)

Find the missing links between company strategy and delivery teams.

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Design Flight Level Systems for your strategy execution

Do you feel like your company strategy lives only in PowerPoint presentations? Find out how to align long-term company vision with daily operational work. Design a Flight Level 3 System to establish collaboration across the organisation to build products and services that bring the most value.

Learn how companies achieve real business agility by managing work beyond team boundaries and operationalising the business strategy.

Flight Level 3 Design

What you get from the Flight Level 3 Design (FL3D) training course

Design Flight Level 3 Systems for your organisation. Find the missing links between company strategy and delivery teams.

Discover Fight Level 3 Systems. Learn about various implementations of the Flight Levels 3 System and find out how to build one in your organisation

Map your strategy toward Flight Levels – Build a Flight Levels 3 system based on your company context

Successful strategy execution at all levels – Understand how your strategy scales down through the organisation and improve its execution

Deliver strategy collaboratively – Make strategy execution a team sport, rather than a C-level dream

Be ready to take-off. Start with Flight Levels 3 System immediately and define what’s next for you

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Russell Hill

Flight Levels Coach

Russell Hill

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Frequently asked questions

Flight Level 3 Design (FL3D) operates by establishing a structured system that connects the overarching company strategy with the daily operational tasks of delivery teams. This alignment is achieved through a combination of approaches designed to visualise, map, and track the progression of strategic initiatives as they cascade through different organisational levels. For example, FL3D may utilise concepts such as Flight Levels, which provide an approach for understanding and managing work beyond individual team boundaries, thus ensuring that the strategic direction is effectively translated into actionable tasks for delivery teams.

Numerous companies across various industries have successfully implemented Flight Level Systems and witnessed significant improvements in strategy execution and business agility. For instance, companies like Spotify, ING, and Bosch have adopted Flight Level Systems to streamline their strategy execution processes, enhance collaboration among teams, and achieve faster time-to-market for their products and services. These examples highlight the versatility of Flight Level Systems in different organisational contexts and demonstrate their effectiveness in driving tangible business outcomes.

While implementing Flight Level 3 Systems, organisations may encounter challenges such as resistance to change, lack of alignment between different departments or teams, and difficulty in accurately mapping complex organisational structures. To overcome these challenges, it’s essential to emphasise the importance of cultural transformation and foster a mindset of collaboration and continuous improvement across the organisation. Additionally, organisations can mitigate risks by investing in comprehensive training programs, providing ongoing support and guidance to teams, and leveraging proven best practices from successful implementations in similar contexts. By addressing these challenges proactively and iteratively refining their approach, organisations can maximise the effectiveness of Flight Level 3 Systems and ensure successful strategy execution at all levels of the organisation.


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