Prioritize Your Experiments

 

When you've accumulated a number of experiment ideas, it can be challenging to decide which to start with. Your first inclination might be to start with something small and easy to implement, but that may not always be the best route; there may be something on your list that would be better to try first. Knowing how to prioritize your experiments will help you create an efficient backlog or roadmap that will give you the best experience with optimization.

Key Questions

In this course, you'll answer the following three questions:

  • What are the deciding factors that influence which hypotheses should be tested first?
  • How can you reduce the guesswork for prioritizing experiments?
  • What resources can help or hinder your capacity to experiment on a particular hypothesis?

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