PPP framework is a super simple method that can help anyone achieve 3 really important things:
And the best part? It requires just a couple of minutes a week to implement it. Who wouldn’t want to exchange a few minutes for a happier and more productive team?
It’s very simple. It’s made up of three parts.
You update your stakeholders with your:
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Various teams at Apple, Facebook, Skype, Customer.io, Seedcamp, Cognifide and other successful companies.
Sure, here are a few stories from people using PPPs successfuly:
And a few more tweets from well-known entrepreneurs:
Don't complain about how hard you are working. That never works.— Jason M. Lemkin 🦄 (@jasonlk) April 22, 2018
Maybe just send a weekly update sharing everything you got done this week and are working on.
Now, that works like a charm.
I send a weekly Engineering Highlights email to provide key updates to the team and executives.— Ron Pragides (@mrp) April 22, 2018
Purpose is to share context internally as well as to other departments.
Sent the first one after 4 days at the company.
I’ve recently adopted a habit of setting 3–5 weekly goals. @Padday does a good job of articulating why this is effective. https://t.co/pSunYkeT1a h/t @kaz pic.twitter.com/1BaSQ6kik9— Ryan Hoover (@rrhoover) December 11, 2017
Sure, you can try our Slack app Oneteam. We took the best parts of the PPP framework and make it fit into Slack. Check it out →