Imagine that you’re working with Attic and Button’s newest team in Program Management as a consultant from the marketing team. You’ve worked with other teams in your company before, but most of the people on this new team are only familiar with Optimizely X, and not with Program Management.
At your latest team meeting, one of your developers, Stephan, asks you how analysis will be different from the way you analyzed experiments in Optimizely X. What’s the best response?
You’re just finishing up your first experiments linked through Program Management. You and your team are beginning to consider what you should do next. Which of these options is the best way to use Program Management to analyze your results and iterate into new experiments?
As you review the results from your latest experiment in Program Management and compare them to your program’s history, you notice that it differs widely from what you’d expect based on the information from your previous analysis. What reason should you likely explore first?