The Xagility™ podcast has the immense pleasure of having the amazing Klaus Leopold on this week’s episode. Tune in to hear Klaus talk about the beginning of his career, the start of Flight Levels and some fantastic case studies.
0:52 The Beginning of Klaus’ career
4:37 The Birth of Flight Levels
6:08 Rethinking Agile & The Birth of Flight Levels Academy
10:24 Flight Level One and Flight Level Two
12:23 Work items & delivering value
16:28 Co-ordinating multiple functions & getting people to listen to you and how Flight Levels helps
21:48 Stable and unstable systems
27:23 Separating between active work and inactive work
33:35 Flight Level two and three sessions
36:15 Case studies and the future of Flight Levels
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