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Decisions with Financial Consequences

Experiment More for Decisions with Financial Consequences

Relying on our belief of past success might not always stand true when considering decisions with financial consequences.

A better way to make a decision with financial consequences is to conduct experiments. That said, the use of experimentation is unevenly distributed. Companies develop certain ways of making decisions that they trust. In businesses experimentation needs to be treated as a core value.

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