What is a Flight Levels Systems Architecture?

What is a Flight Levels Systems Architecture?

What the hell is a Flight Levels Systems Architecture?   Anyone who deals with flight levels has either heard the question before or asked it for themselves. In fact, the question is a simple one to answer – it’s just not that easy. The Flight Levels...
How to recognise the right Agile Coach?

How to recognise the right Agile Coach?

I always get asked this question – I am looking for an Agile Coach, but how do I know that I actually have the right one? There is a short and a slightly longer answer to this question. The short answer is: you don’t know and you have to try it out. Of...
Risk management at risk

Risk management at risk

Classical business administration teaches us to view the world in causal relationships. Every event triggers a subsequent event. Thus, there are clear triggering events for everything. A is followed by B. Of course, A can also trigger B and C and E in turn can be...
The Productivity Trap

The Productivity Trap

In business administration, but also in our perception, productivity always has something to do with making use of the time available. We must and want to use our time productively – and that is right and good. We should only ask ourselves whether the economy of...
If everything is equally important, then leadership has failed

If everything is equally important, then leadership has failed

How is it that projects, in spite of excellent planning, are delayed, quite delayed or even never finished? I’m not talking about the large-scale government projects that involve a lot of politics and tendering rules. I am talking about the projects that are...