Manifesto for the Data-Informed

  1. Conviction around a purpose rather than searching for meaning in numbers
  2. Setting verifiable goals rather than vague aspirations
  3. Company-wide familiarity with metrics rather than outsourcing to “data people”
  4. Active testing of beliefs rather than seeking support for intuition
  5. Accepting probabilities rather than thinking in absolutes

1. Conviction around a purpose rather than searching for meaning in numbers

2. Setting verifiable goals rather than vague aspirations

3. Company-wide familiarity with metrics rather than outsourcing to “data people”

4. Active testing of beliefs rather than seeking support for intuition

5. Accepting probabilities rather than thinking in absolutes

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Julie Zhuo

Julie Zhuo

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Building Sundial. Former Product Design VP @ FB. Author of The Making of a Manager https://amzn.to/2PRwCyW. Find me @joulee. I love people, nuance, and systems.