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Friday, May 18 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Try it before you buy it: Exploring the power of experiments in the workplace

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How many potentially good ideas are prematurely killed off because of analysis paralysis? How often do you fail to agree on a way foward as a team because of all the “What-Ifs?” How often does fear curtail our ability to improve the way we work? This session will introduce participants to the concept of testing out ideas by running small experiments that build up to or inform larger decisions. Participants will learn about when to run experiments, what makes a good experiment, and how to measure success.

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Carol Treat Morton

Principal High-Tech Anthropologist, Menlo Innovations
Carol is passionate about humans, the work we do, the organizational environments in which we do the work and the tools that can help both us and our organizations function more humanely and effectively. As a High-Tech Anthropologist, she has worked across diverse domains helping... Read More →
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Matt Scholand

Quality Advocate, Menlo Innovations
Matt Scholand is a Quality Advocate at Menlo Innovations, an Ann Arbor-based custom software design/build firm. He has 2.5 years of experience in testing and assuring quality in a large variety of languages and development frameworks, working in a paired, Agile, and collaborative... Read More →

Friday May 18, 2018 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Conference Room H
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