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You and Mariko are a two-person team, working to build and implement the ideas proposed by the rest of your organization. At this point, your organization is all a single team, and you’ve invited to those qualified to add their expertise to the various projects on your backlog on an as-needed basis. How do you include them in your process?
Salman has been one of your most vocal champions for experimentation. He’s not directly involved in your experimentation, but as Attic and Button’s European CFO, he’s always been very interested in how experimentation can make a positive impact on the company’s bottom line. He’s provided some good input on others’ experiment ideas before, too. What role should Salman have?
Eliza’s provided some excellent ideas and feedback on proposed experiments. She doesn’t need to administer experiments, but you’d like to continue to encourage her feedback not only on her own ideas, but also on other proposed projects and experiments in the backlog. What role should you give to Eliza?
Program Management allows team members with permission to: