Judge on November 29, 2021 heise Developer and dpunkt.verlag the first Flight Levels Day in cooperation with the Flight Levels Academy. The founder of the Academy is Kanban expert and flight levels inventor Klaus Leopold. The one-day online conference with an introductory workshop is aimed at agile experts in management positions. There you will receive in-depth information on agile management of a company not only on a smaller scale, but also on a higher level.
Agile on all levels
Agility in the company is no longer a novelty, but the introduction of agile methods in individual teams does not always lead to an overall increased efficiency of the company, because after all, the coordination of different teams has to be learned. Flight levels, which require a knowledge of agile methods, offer an opportunity to raise agility to a higher corporate level and to make the cooperation of individual teams more agile and effective. Agile teams are by no means to be confused with business agility.
The concept of flight levels is made up of three levels – or flight levels – such as the operational level and the end-to-end coordination, in which five activities such as the visualization of the situation or the measurement of progress take place. Managers at all levels, those responsible for products and agile roles such as scrum masters, product owners or agile coaches can take advantage of this approach. Participants in the first Flight Levels Day will find out firsthand how this works.
The conference day impresses with five 30- to 45-minute lectures that show flight levels in theory and practice:
- Flight levels in SMEs and medium-sized companies: are we flying lower there?
- New ways of thinking about change – simulation of process organizations with flight levels
- The use of flight levels to improve SAFe
- OKR pilots on their way to their destination – travel experiences with highs and lows
- From decision-maker to designer – a field report on the application of flight levels with leadership teams
In addition, participants have the opportunity to participate in two reflection rounds in a mutual exchange and to ask questions. Two panel discussions with a total of nine experts, moderated by Klaus Leopold and the agile organizational consultant Sigi Kaltenecker, round off the Flight Levels Day.
Early bookers benefit from discounted prices: Participation in the Flight Levels Day costs 199.00 euros (plus 19% VAT) until November 9, and then 249 euros (plus 19% VAT). In addition, the introductory half-day workshop “Flight Levels Introduction” can be booked on November 26 for 229.00 euros (plus 19% VAT). additional Information offers the website.