GrowthHackers Experiments is a complete platform to track ideas, hypotheses and results.
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In the flywheel model, customers aren’t the end product, they are the central consideration. This allows your business to focus and synchronize all departments that work to attract, engage, and delight customers. The flywheel works on a basic principle, the more momentum you apply to it, the better results you’ll witness. Essentially, there are three parts to the flywheel.
Experimentation programs often lose steam because they are operating within a silo. Problems arise when people outside of the optimization team don’t understand the why behind experimentation. When test goals aren’t aligned with other teams’ KPIs. When experimentation successes aren’t celebrated within the organization at-large. Optimization champions can struggle to scale their experimentation programs from department initiatives to an organizational strategy. Because to scale, you need buy-in. But getting buy-in for any initiative – especially one that challenges norms, like experimentation – is no easy task. Particularly if your organization suffers from silo mentality. In this post, we outline a 5-step process for blasting through the silo-mentality blocks in your organization to create a culture of experimentation.
Develop a Growth Culture means creating a culture that fosters cross-functional work that is aligned on a common goal/KPI, encourages velocity goal for experimentation, and deep collaboration between functions. It is also about empowering the team, being transparent about what is working vs. what is not, data-driven mindset, and consistent increment progress.