When organizations are growing in data-driven maturity, validation is crucial. A/B tests, feature testing, discovery sprints, you name it. This goes further than just the CRO/UX team and it is always a big tug of war to divide resources.
Lets be honest, CRO specialists want to test e-ve-ry-thing (bye speed), Product Owners need their features built and backlog empty (bye validation) and managers are responsible for the commercial goals of the organization (bye priority). They are always pulling on each other. Stakeholder management is crucial.
The central role in this dilemma is the one of the Product Owner. To get experimentation from the CRO team to multiple product teams, you need these gatekeepers on your experimental side.
And that is precisely what this DiDo is all about. We’re looking at validation from 3 different perspectives with the role of PO in the middle. What does each role need from the other in order to grow in business and innovation?
Thursday June 29
14.30 – 17.00 + Drinks afterwards
OD House @St. Jacobsstraat 31 Utrecht
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The DiDo is intended for managers, product designers, PO’ers, (business) analysts, CRO specialists and consultants with a passion for knowledge sharing. We only allow participants from client side and no employees from agencies or freelancers.
14.30 – 15.00 Doors open
15.00 – 15.30 First talk
15.30 – 16.00 Second talk
16.00 – 16.15 Short break
16.15 – 16.45 Third talk
Drukwerkdeal has gone through quite a lot of change in the last year in shifting the experimentation process from the CRO team to CRO + PO. Leonie talks about this journey from a product owner point of view. Which challenges did she face? Learn more from this years organization-wide winner of the experimentation culture awards!
CRO specialists are always optimizing sites, apps, platforms, etc. But what do you need to optimize your own experimentation program and from whom? Simone shows the growth that VodafoneZiggo has experienced by optimizing optimization.
Alexandre Suon Perhirin – Head of Experimentation @ Accor
A managerial perspective: how do we keep experimentation embedded when experimentation becomes a product?
In a rapidly changing organization with multiple companies, teams and websites, there is always a gap in knowledge and continuity somewhere. Alex gives his vision on experimentation as a product. How can you grow this in a stable way?
Connect with Alex on LinkedIn
If you have never been to a Dialogue Donderdag before and don’t know what to expect, check out our DiDo-page. There you will also find summaries of previous events.