The increasing number of topics and their complexity that companies need to coordinate pose significant challenges. Pure technology and/or innovation advantages no longer make the difference here. Rather, what decides is who can build collaboration for implementing relevant topics or new opportunities within the company, and how quickly they can do so. When we look at successful companies that have developed this capability, we notice that they did not rely on specific organizational structures or frameworks. Both approaches are simply too rigid and slow. Instead, for them, collaboration design is a core competency that these companies have autonomously established to their advantage. But how do these companies manage to develop this crucial capability? The answer is simple: They rely on what’s already there and will remain – the people in the company. Based on real challenges, their experiences and skills are activated for the benefit of the company through empowerment. Thus, lively work systems emerge through joint co-creation, which actually fit the company’s current and future challenges. They are fast, flexible, lightweight, and cost-effective. The experts are already there. Take a seat in the front row of this interactive session. Together, let’s take a look at a company that we examine from the perspective of the people involved using the Flight Levels thought model. Experience how, based on their challenges, they quickly and purposefully discover their suitable collaboration through Flight Level systems, shape them together, and Take-Off.

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