I recently asked people to share their favourite metrics that measure the success of an experimentation program. The thread is now full of good resources. It’s a topic I’m actively working on right now, so you can expect more on this later.
In this week’s newsletter articles about predicting change, causality, data hierarchy mapping, sequential testing and innovation. And of course the latest job opportunities (38) and events.
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🚀 Job opportunities
All featured roles on Experimentationjobs.com (38 in total):
- CRO Specialist (The Netherlands)
- Senior Product Analyst at Vista (Remote, Europe)
- Data Tracking Specialist at Bijenkorf (Amsterdam, NL)
- Sr. PM Experimentation Platform at Twitch (remote, USA)
- Sr. Experimentation Analyst at Sky (Leeds, United Kingdom)
Are you hiring? Submit your job post here.
🔎 Interesting reads you probably missed
According Nima Yassini there are three peaks: the political, operational and democratisation peak.
Although I like this metaphor, I think the picture suggests that the mountains are all the same, only different in height. In reality the three mountains have completely different terrains and require different tools and skill sets.
In his latest blogpost, Bhavik Patel explores the question of ‘What’s not going to change?‘ and how you can use it to make decisions about the future.
Sean Taylor joined Motif Analytics and shares a vision for how to bring causality to the forefront of analytics practice.
Your Organization Needs a Data Hierarchy Map—Here’s Why — amplitude.com
Create a data hierarchy map to help your organization become data-driven, remove data silos, and choose the right metrics for business goals.
Statsig recently released Sequential Testing. A feature that solves
the “peeking problem” and shows valid results even when checking on an experiment early
Four Business Ideas That Changed the World is a special series from the HBR IdeaCast podcast. In this episode: Disruptive Innovation.
📅 Upcoming events
All upcoming events in the coming weeks:
- 20-21 Oct: Conference on Digital Experimentation (Boston)
- 25-26 Oct: CXL Live (Austin, Texas)
- 💡 31 Oct: Accelerating Innovation with A/B Testing (online)
- 3 Nov: Dutch CRO Awards (Amsterdam, NL)
- 18-20 Nov: Conversion Hotel (Texel, the Netherlands)
Also checkout the full overview of events for next months.
💬 Quote of the week
“Whenever we propose a solution to a problem, we ought to try as hard as we can to overthrow our solution, rather than defend it.” — Karl Popper, The Logic of Scientific Discovery
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