📄️ L∞P overview
We strongly recommend reading the fundamentals section if you have not done it before getting started with this section.
📄️ L∞P's principles
L∞P proposed ten equally essential principles:
📄️ Addressing scepticism
Trying to convince your organisation's management team to do things such as eliminating estimates and deadlines may seem out of touch with reality. My problem with this reaction is that I have experienced first-hand what it is like to work under these principles.
📄️ L∞P's team & roles
"If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together"
📄️ The product manager
The role of the project manager (PM) is the most critical one in the product team. The PM is often seen as the proving ground for future CEOs, as the success or failure of a product falls on their shoulders. It's therefore important that the PM role is reserved for the best talent, with a combination of technical expertise, deep customer and business knowledge, credibility among stakeholders, market and industry understanding, and a passion for the product.
📄️ L∞P's artefacts
In this section, we are going to take a look at the L∞P Artefacts. We will mention common artefacts from other methodologies, clarify why we will not use them, and introduce some new ones.
📄️ L∞P's metrics
We use 🟢 Outcome metrics over 🔴 output metrics.
📄️ L∞P's ceremonies
In this section, we are going to take a look at the L∞P Ceremonies. We will mention common Ceremonies from other methodologies, clarify why we will not use them, and introduce some new ones.
📄️ L∞P and the future of work
In this section, we will learn how some of the core principles in L∞P can prepare organisations for some of the biggest trends in the future of work.
📄️ Scaling the infinite loop
This section will look at strategies that can help organisations scale their operations under the L∞P framework.