Diagrams and explanations. When I was first in a Marketing Ph.D I would see people really misuse statistics to push a product. Dumb idea because then they don't do well when they are past the beginning stage. Metrics are supposed to be diagnostic tools, not magic formulas.
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Ash Maurya <[address removed]>
Thanks again for coming.
A number of you asked for a copy of the "Actionable Metrics" presentation. I have turned this into a blog post which is better than just the slides. The link is here: http://www.ashmaurya.com/2010/07/3-rules-to-actionable-metrics/
Josh also recorded the event so a video may eventually make it's way to YouTube.
I wanted to reinforce the call for member participation. As this group is still young, we are experimenting along the way. I think the "problem roundtable" format went reasonably well but Andrew and I discussed how to tighten the format even more for next time: 5 mins for setting WHO/WHAT context and then 10 mins per HOW problem. For those that want to take up Andrew on his invitation for lunch/beer in exchange for a customer interview, please email him directly: [address removed]
Also, if there are pressing topics or questions that you'd like to see covered, please send me a note or submit an idea on meetup. As always case-studies for how you are applying lean startup principles are always welcome too.
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