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Over the past 3 months, I’ve attempted to impress upon you that the key to #StartupParenthood is workplace flexibility. We talked about what flexibility at work looks like, how hard it is to measure, and even shared a few of my own foibles. So if we take it as a given that the key to any productive mix of the intensity of startups … Read more
A couple of weeks ago, I made my way into a couple of twenty-something female colleagues’ lunch outing. When my analytics brain is going super fast all over the place, the best thing I can do sometimes is jump into someone else’s pool to get out of my own head. But what followed was amazing fodder for this #StartupParenthood series.
Both are in that marriage-is-new … Read more
How to make this work
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There is an irony in the amount of scheduling and rescheduling it took to get this post written. I have no more real example of #StartupParenthood than the past two weeks. But more on that later…
This post is the first in a series this year wherein I will talk about what makes startups and parenthood work for me … Read more
(This post is a little off the beaten path as it’s not about analytics or optimization per se…but I think my readers will find the approach data-driven enough that it’ll be of interest. Babies, planning for maternity leave & data – you say? Yes!)
I am writing this post now because a professional associate recently asked me to lunch to ask me this very question: how do I plan for … Read more
Metrics, Analytics, Data – it’s the backbone of any tech company these days. We don’t debate anymore about the importance of defining, measuring, and optimizing metrics. I know this because of the warm reception I get when people find out I’m a data nut.
I love all the questions that I feel are solvable – “how do I know we have enough data to rely upon”? What should I … Read more