Flight Levels Systems Architecture (FLSA)

Business agility at scale with Flight Levels

Assessment Focus

Business agility at scale with Flight Levels - Are you in the middle of an Agile Transformation? Or are you planning one in the future? If you’re looking for an alternative approach on how to bring agility to your environment, you have come to the right place. Flight Levels System Architecture will enable you to see your organisation from a different perspective. It will provide you with a systemic approach to improving your organisation in a simple, pragmatic and cost-effective way.

Upcoming Courses

  • 21 Oct
    Flight Levels Systems Architecture (FLSA)
    Live Online Training
    12 Seats left
    R12,956.00 excl. VAT

What to Expect


  • Price: from R12,956 excl. VAT per person (includes certification fee. There is no exam).
  • Course duration: Offered as an online training course over 4x3hr sessions with inter-session work on days 1, 2 & 3 (approx 1hr per day)
  • Prerequisite: Introduction to Flight Levels (FLIN) self-paced online course


  • Deep dive into Flight Levels System Architecture - Experience what it means when an entire organisation uses Flight Levels
  • Define YOUR Flight Levels - Identify already existing Flight Levels in your organisation and find a way to connect them to enable Enterprise Flow.
  • Define value delivery flow across the entire organisation - Learn how work flows from a strategic idea across all the Flight Level Systems to the customer.
  • Design effective collaboration models - Connect people to talk about the right things at the right time
  • Be ready to take-off - Become the Architect of the Flight Levels Systems at your organisation

Who should

Everyone involved in organisation designs:

  • Leadership (C-Level, Directors, VPs...)
  • Managers responsible for portfolio management
  • Transformation Leaders
  • Org Coaches
  • Agile Enterprises Coaches
  • Org Designers

Top 3 reasons fortaking a course:

Connect islands of work across your organisation

Today’s organisations have many people, roles, departments, products and services. It can be very difficult to figure out how work gets done, let alone how best to structure improvement in such a space. Learn how to build work system topologies in order to simplify understanding of where work happens and how to connect these islands in order to provide smooth flow of value throughout your organisation or a part of it.

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