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Testing with Humans, the sequel to bestseller Talking to Humans, teaches entrepreneurs, innovation teams, and product teams how to run effective experiments. An experiment is a test designed to help you answer the questions "Should we do this?" or "Am I right about this?" If you are open to learning, the insights from your experiments will help you refine your creation and ...more
Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published October 16th 2018
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A quick fun school read
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Great sequel for talking with humans!
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Nov 10, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Easy to read, detailed explanations of how and why entrepreneurs should run tests of the products and services before launching.
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A quick read with some practical ideas on how to change the way you work. Looking forward to trying to experiment more in my job to get better outcomes.
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Good book! Introduces some methodologies on how to test hypotheses, list risky assumptions, etc. Some content is similar to that of Testing Business Ideas, but overall still a good read.
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