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Example learnings for inspiration

Not sure what learnings you could be sharing? We got you.

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Written by Mark Parnell
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Learnings aid the discovery of what’s already known by other teams who have worked on projects or goals tagged with the same topic.

We define a learning as, knowledge gained on a topic from your environment (customers, analytics, team processes, research, etc.) that is useful for relevant teams, both direct and external to the work.

Here are a few examples:

  • Customer insights

  • Data-driven insights

  • Competitive analysis

  • Ways of working

👤 Customer insights

Share what you’ve learned from customers and how it helped build your domain knowledge for a project or a goal.

📈 Data-driven insights

Share what you’ve learned from product or operational analytics throughout the course of a project or a goal as the data evolves.

🥊 Competitive analysis

Share what you’ve learned about the market and competitors.

🤝 Ways of working

Share what you’ve learned about how the team operates and practices you would recommend to other teams embarking on similar projects or goals.

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