Make initiatives agile by designing them as sequences of short, measurable experiments

Experiment-driven initiatives

Markets and initiatives are increasingly uncertain, and you need a strategy for bottom line growth that thrives in such an environment: experimentation. We will set up a hypothesis-oriented experiment process that maximizes the rate of learning, thereby improving your business every single week. No more waiting 6 months for the results of a pilot.

What Gaussian clients see

Our approach is fast and high impact, and our clients expect nothing less.

10-20x ROI

25%+ cost savings

Timing: 3-6 months

Engagement phases

Our work is highly accountable. While we work closely with clients to determine collaboratively what the specific needs and deliverables are, typial engagements in the past has included the following:

Opportunity identification
  • Existing profitability analysis
  • Pain points, interviews, existing state flows, bottleneck identification, board and leadership inputs
Opportunity prioritization and experimentation
  • We work with growth and operations teams to design, run and measure 2-4 week long experiments
  • Each experiment (a) moves the needle on profitability (b) allows refinement of hypotheses
Experimentation playbook
  • We leave teams with an Experimentation playbook so the profitability outcomes can be repeated
  • Teams become more nimble, more measurement-focused
case study snippet

Apparel Co

  • +$2M in profitability within 6 months on $10-50M revenue business
  • Driven by pricing and process improvements

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Experiment-driven initiatives
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