CANCELLED: Balancing Data and Intuition at Honey
Due to health and safety concerns about COVID-19 this event is being cancelled.
We are working closely with the team at Honey to reschedule to a date later this year.
As Product Managers, we constantly need to make decisions that often have significant impacts on our users and the company’s growth. Data-driven decision making and multivariate testing have become a norm in the past 10 years. They have justifiably resulted in faster iterations and better outcomes compared to waterfall, intuition-based Product Management paradigms. However, these approaches are not short of challenges and constraints. After all, the most innovative Products are built based on strong intuitions without particularly relying on past user behavior data or the performance of similar Products.
How should Product Managers maintain a balance between data and intuition? How can we use data and different signals to form a strong intuition? What can we do in the absence of sufficient data? How much statistical significance matters and what should we do if we are running out of time? At Honey we strongly believe in using data, intuition and taking risks. We are excited to share some stories and what we have learned in the past few years with you.
- Maryam Mahdaviani is the VP of Product at Honey
- Eric Wu is the VP of Product Growth at Honey Science
- Brian Luscombe is the Director of Product at Honey
- Tai Zhang is the Product Architect at Honey
Honey has a paid parking structure with a sign "Honey" at the building. There is a grace period of 10 minutes with a flat rate of $16.00 thereafter.
There is also a parking garage a 5 minute walk away.
Mateo Public Parking Garage: 1262 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
$2.00 every 15 minutes with a maximum charge of $16.00. However, if you get there after 6:00 PM it will be a flat rate charge of $10.00.