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  • Game Thinking for Rapid Innovation
    Game Thinking for Rapid Innovation
    Amy Jo Kim Recorded: Dec 13 2018 56 mins
    How are market-leading products born? What conditions set the stage for successful innovation?

    By definition, successful innovations reach a mainstream audience. But they never start off that way. That’s the paradox of innovation: the “typical” people in your market are not the same ones you need to “woo” when bringing your idea to life.

    That’s where Game Thinking comes in. Game Thinking is a proven system for accelerating innovation and creating products that people love...and keep loving. Game Thinking empowers product leaders, designers and entrepreneurs to engage customers deeply over time - using design techniques from hit games. Learn how to create products that empower your customers to get better at something they care about -- like playing an instrument or leading a team. Building on the principles of lean/agile design and design thinking, Game Thinking delivers powerful strategies that help you:
    Keep customers engaged with a coherent, compelling journey to mastery
    Build a product customers love using insights from high-need Superfans
    Rapidly improve your product concept by testing and tuning the core experience
    Build the right MVP for your product using the Game Thinking roadmap

    If you want actionable insights that will help you innovate faster & smarter, you won’t want to miss this fast-paced, informative talk.
  • Measuring the Impact of Architectural Changes on Engineering Metrics
    Measuring the Impact of Architectural Changes on Engineering Metrics
    Henry Jewkes, Split Software Recorded: Oct 23 2018 46 mins
    As engineers work on changes to migrate architectures or improve performance, it is critical to invest in risk mitigation and track the success of these projects. Feature flags and experimentation provide the data needed to assess the success of architectural migrations with statistical accuracy. Experimentation ties engineering metrics back to the architectural changes that are impacting them.
  • How to Optimize Your Product Using Analytics
    How to Optimize Your Product Using Analytics
    Dan Olsen and Jason Miyasato Recorded: Jul 26 2018 60 mins
    One thing that separates great product teams from the rest is how well they use analytics to make decisions. Product teams live in a data-driven world and the bar is rising. Analytics increasingly offer greater transparency into understanding how your customers are using your product, what’s working, and what isn't.

    In this webinar, product management expert Dan Olsen will share his Lean Product Analytics Process: a methodical, step-by-step approach to improving your product with metrics. Dan will share advice from his book The Lean Product Playbook, illustrating the concepts with real-world examples and case studies.

    Join us to learn how to harness the power of analytics to improve your product.
  • How to Evaluate Experimentation Platforms
    How to Evaluate Experimentation Platforms
    Henry Jewkes, Staff Software Engineer, Split Software and Dan Woods, CITO Research Recorded: Mar 29 2018 61 mins
    At top Internet firms, experimentation guides data-driven product evolution. It provides objective data to aid in prioritizing product development efforts. Leading Internet companies have invested literally hundreds of millions of dollars in time and infrastructure to create the ideal experimentation platform for their business.

    Today, there is a range of options for product and engineering teams that are getting started with experimentation. The question is, how do you select the experimentation platform that is right for your business? In this webinar, Dan Woods of CITO Research will break down the options available and discuss the pros and cons of each option. And, Henry Jewkes from Split Software will provide a live demo of the Split Feature Experimentation Platform.

    Attend this webinar to learn:
    - The types of options available for experimentation, including open source, feature management and full stack experimentation platforms
    - Recommendations on proof of concept (PoC) criteria
    - Technical details on the the Split Feature Experimentation Platform
  • Separating Feature Release from Code Deployment at Scale
    Separating Feature Release from Code Deployment at Scale
    Pete Hodgson, Software Architect and Ed Sawma, VP of Product Marketing, Split Software Recorded: Feb 21 2018 58 mins
    Engineering teams often quickly go from just having a few feature flags, to way too many. Feature flags enable continuous delivery, dark launches, A/B tests, canary releases, kill switches, beta programs, and more.

    It’s not long before the conditional statements littered through a codebase begin to chafe. Luckily there are some simple management techniques which help keep things under control. In this webinar continuous delivery consultant Pete Hodgson will introduce some of them.

    Attend this webinar to learn:
    - How to categorize feature flags
    - How namespacing flags can communicate flag status and ownership
    - Practical tips for keeping the number of flags manageable

    - Pete Hodgson, Software Delivery Consultant
    - Ed Sawma, VP of Product Marketing, Split Software

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