Lean Products Analytics

By now, almost everyone is familiar with Lean Startup. A lot of people find themselves trying to iterate through the “Build-Measure-Learn” loop as quickly as they can. One thing that separates great product people from the rest is how well they use analytics.The first, small step towards building products that can learn and adapt is to build teams that can learn and adapt instantly. Product managers, growth teams, marketers, customer success, analysts and executives who can both ask and answer any question about users.

The bar is rising as analytics offers transparency on how your customers interact with your product. Analytics also provides insight into what’s working, and what isn’t on your product. Dan Olsen, a startup veteran, and leading product voice will share examples and best practices for using analytics to optimize your product and the key to see business results.
About the Video: The bar is rising as analytics offers transparency on how your customers interact with your product. Analytics also provides insight into what’s working, and what isn’t on your product.

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Dan Olsen Olsen Solutions, Founder Member

Dan Olsen is a product management consultant, coach, speaker, and author with a wealth of experience. Dan works with CEOs and product leaders to help them build great products and strong product teams, often as interim VP of Product.

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