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Getting your team to understand and get behind you on a new growth strategy can be tricky. How can you ensure that your goals are outlined clearly, and the reasoning behind running certain experiments are accurately articulated to the rest of the people on your team? In this guide, you'll get a step-by-step look at how to break down your high-level goals, and identify experiments to run that will get you closer to the milestones that matter. Step 1: Identifying and setting your high-level goals Step 2: Understanding which inputs and outputs impact those goals. Step 3: Running experiments to impact those inputs. Step 4: Validating those experiments. Step 5: Fostering accountability within your team.

  • WH

    Wilson Hung

    about 1 year ago #

    Awesome, we're having issues with our current framework/template and this gave a few inspiraiton/ideas for our next revision ! thanks

    • NK

      Nadya Khoja

      about 1 year ago #

      Hey Wilson! Thanks- would love to hear how it helps and how we might be able to improve them for internal or even public use.

  • DH

    Dean Hua

    about 1 year ago #

    Awesome tips for posting!

  • RS

    Rangarajan Sriraman

    about 1 year ago #

    I Brilliant steps ! This will defintely help me putting together the Growth Strategy for my new business.
    In the process, I have fallen love with Venngage platform !! I like the way the Templates are organised (Business-Function wise).
    I'm going to recommend to couple of start-ups that I'm involved with.
    Thanks Nadya !

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    Sara McGuire

    about 1 year ago #

    I can vouch that these tips and templates are effective!

    I'd also like to add that it's a good idea to standardize how you analyze your growth experiment results. This is another situation where using a template may help you - you can ask a standard set of questions and reflect on future iterations of your experiment. That way, everyone on your team will have an idea of what kind of information they should provide when analyzing and sharing their results.

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