20+ Types of Business Experiment
John Spacey, February 26, 2017
A business experiment is a process of testing strategies, designs and formulations according to a test and learn approach. It is associated with innovation and testing brave ideas in rapid cycles. Business experiments can also be used to reduce risk in the most conservative of endeavors. Experiments generate new data. As such, experimentation embraces the present moment as opposed to analysis of historical data. The following are business experimentation techniques.
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