Idea Contributor Level 1
As an idea contributor, who we call Idea Gurus, we’ll help you learn strategies to align experimentation goals with business goals, use metrics to help drive future experimentation ideas, define problem statements, and craft effective data-driven hypotheses.
Concepts addressed in this certification:
- Foundations of experimentation cycle and program structure
- Aligning experimentation goals with business goals
- Connecting revenue to experimentations
- Primary, secondary, and monitoring metrics
- Using direct and indirect data to develop experiment ideas
- Defining problem statements
- Crafting hypotheses using the Problem > Solution > Result framework
- Prioritizing ideas with a defined framework
- Best practices for managing hypotheses
- Documenting and collaborating on hypotheses in Optimizely Program Management
- Best practices for creating business requirements documents
- Defining experiment components: Pages, Events, Audiences
- Basic experiment QA using the Previewer
For those who prefer to follow a study-guide instead of reviewing eLearning, we also offer this study guide which provides you articles and other content designed to prepare you for the certification exam.
The certification exam can be accessed at Idea Contributor Level 1 certification.
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