Sharing your Results with Others


The best way of building a genuine experimentation culture in your organization is to communicate regularly internally and engage a wide variety of people in the process of building experiment ideas. Not only will this build a culture that is open to experimentation, but it will also elicit great ideas for new experiments. We can give you tools and ideas you need to help jump-start the communication process.

In this course, you'll learn how to answer the following questions:

  1. How and why do I share experiment results?
  2. What should I share when I share experiment results?
  3. What are some good tools to use to share experiment results?

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Share your Results with Others

Once you've interpreted your results, why not share them with others to invest in long-term success for your program?


Take Action on Inconclusive Variations

How can you make more impactful changes to ensure that your next experiment will be statistically significant?


Take Action on Losing Variations

A losing variation can sometimes feel disheartening, but take comfort in knowing you've tapped into something your visitors care about!


Take Action on Winning Variations

A winning variations is almost always a reason for celebration. But what you do next matters more!