Okaloa Flowlab: Team Flow (Virtual)


Okaloa Team Flow Workshop

2 days, 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM


Session information


Simulation Round 1
31 Jan 18:00 - 31 Jan 21:00
3 hours
    Simulation Round 2
    1 Feb 18:00 - 1 Feb 21:00
    3 hours
      • $750.00 incl. GST


      The Okaloa TeamFlow simulation is the first in a series of simulation based learning sessions using Okaloa Flowlab. By learning through experience, participants will learn through experience and understand what working in a "flow" system really feels like. There are key elements to this including the linkages between flow, collaboration and learning which we start to explore. Deeper exploration of these principles can be found in the more Advanced Okaloa Flowlab workshops. 

      Note that this simulation is also included in the Kanban System Design course. 

      What participants will learn

      This course is highly interactive with learning by simulation. At the conclusion of this course, it is expected that attendees will understand the basics of flow and how you can start to evolve towards a flow system. This is done on a small scale in a "team" level environment, but the basic principles can be applied across broader product development or programs of work. Some of the key take aways include:

      • The different between optimisation for utilisation and flow
      • The impact of Work In Process (WiP) on your system of work
      • The interaction between WiP, throughput and lead time
      • How to limit WiP in your system of work
      • The difference between estimating effort and understanding duration for work




      System Requirements

      Computer with video camera, microphone, speakers / headphones.    

      Internet connection capable of supporting streaming video meetings.

      Latest Chrome internet browser


      Who should attend

      This course is intended for team members, managers and leaders who want to expand their understanding of Kanban and experience how to handle problems specific to multiple team environments.


      Minimum attendance

      Please note, in order to be economically viable, we need at least 4 students to enrol, otherwise we may reschedule the class.