The weekly buzz: May 21, 2021 - Experiment Nation

The weekly buzz: May 21, 2021

The Weekly Buzz

Here’s the latest Weekly Buzz 🐝 to round up the week! Links in the doc.

👉 Multiplication instead of division: Molly Stevens and Lukas Vermeer team up to tell us why research and experimentation are the “peanut butter and jelly” of customer insights.

👉 What you can learn from one extra experiment: Kevin Dunn explains how you may miss out if you are only doing A/B testing, or following the Change One Single Thing (COST) approach to experimentation.

👉 How does Failure help you in Experimentation? Craig Sullivan shares Tesla’s experience with experimentation and failure.

📢 If you haven’t already, submit your case in individual, team or organization wide categories for Experimentation Culture Awards by May 28th. ⏰

Have an interesting piece of research or blog to share? Please reach out to Bithika Mehra, MBA, MSBA.

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