If you are referring to the 15th January plan in that graphic, it is not the plan that was implemented in practice. The plan that was eventually carried out on the ground, is much more similar to the 31st October graphic with the encirclement forming at Dunkirk.
This is the actual development:
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This is correct in our modern context. However, the Germans used the verb "to operate" to mean "to maneuver" fairly frequently.Operational refers to a level of command involved in campaign level warfare.
When Hitler or any other German officer referred to "operations in the classic style", they mean maneuver warfare exclusively.
Operational level of command is a modern invention. However, for example, to the Germans you were not "operating" when you were dug in with static defense. Althought in modern interpretation you can "operate" even if you are just defending a static line (in fact, in modern sense, you pretty much have 'operational level' officers regardless of what you are doing and any defensive plan is an operation as well).