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Business Agility in Action: Using Flight Levels Boards

Klaus Leopold author of “rethinking Agile” describes Flight Levels as a “thinking model” that can help you discover and highlight where in an organization you need to focus on to achieve your desired objectives. Flight Levels is not an organisational model or a maturity model. It is essentially a tool to help you think and …

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What shall I work on next? Using ageing charts in your Daily Scrum

What shall I work on next? If you facilitate Daily Scrums (or whatever you call your daily meeting), this is never a straightforward question and it can be difficult helping guide teams to the right answer. As a team member, it is never as simple as picking the lowest hanging fruit or the most important …

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Business Agility with Flight Levels

Abstract Flight Levels enable us to achieve business agility. José Casal presents how using Enterprise Kanban and Klaus Leopold’s Flight Levels help us to foster business agility with appropriate organisational changes. During this interactive introductory session, participants have the opportunity to interact regularly with the contents of the session and explore the core components of …

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[#019] The Efficiency Paradox

Niklas Modig uses the example of a child needing medical help to illustrate the difference between flow efficiency and resource efficiency. It serves as an excellent emotional hook to highlight this key idea of why flow efficiency is so important for business agility. Read more

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