Flight Levels Introduction (FLIN)​

Your entry point into the world of Flight Levels. This is a self-paced course covering the Foundations of Flight Levels.


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Discover Flight Levels and gain hands-on experience

Are you experiencing the pain of ineffective Digital and Agile transformation? Are you leading a transformation that you would like to succeed?

We explore the common failures, what causes them, and the good news of how you can prevent these problems and be successful.

While there are common patterns, every company is different, and that difference is important. We can help you see the opportunity in the challenge, by focusing attention and asking helpful questions to find a solution fitted to your context.

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What you get from the Flight Levels Introduction training course

Learn about Flight Levels based on a real case study. Apply your newly acquired knowledge in your context. Get the required prerequisite knowledge to sign up for more advanced classes.

Visualise your Situation – What hinders and enables flow across your teams?

Create Focus – Figure out what to focus on first, and how to plan for the future.

Establish agile Interactions – Connect the right people to the right topics, at the right time.

Operate and Improve Collaboratively – Apply what you learn and use it to improve continuously.

Measure Progress – Decide and Define how you will measure improvement.

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It does this by focusing on enhancing collaboration and communication between teams. It provides practical techniques to overcome existing silos and understand how work flows throughout the organisation, enabling participants to tackle issues related to dependencies, new requests, and planning cycles more effectively.

Participants in the workshop will learn to design collaboration models that facilitate better communication and interaction among team members. For example, they may explore approaches to connect and enable the right people to have meaningful conversations at the appropriate times, ensuring that work progresses smoothly and efficiently. By designing these models, teams can streamline workflows and enhance productivity.

The workshop discusses various metrics that are relevant for measuring progress in implementing Flight Level systems within an organisation. These metrics are tailored to the specific context of each organisation and may include indicators such as cycle time, lead time, throughput, and quality metrics. By identifying and measuring these indicators, teams can assess the effectiveness of their Flight Level implementations and make data-driven decisions to drive continuous improvement.

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In our Flight Levels course, you will learn what it takes to effectively manage flow.