Over the years, I’ve been able to land more than my fair share of high-level media placements. Collectively, they have helped me get to where I am today. Few are more prestigious, though, than the pieces that I have written for Harvard Business Review. (Click here for to watch my webinar on The Visual Organization.)
A few months ago, I saw a call for stories on data-driven ways that companies have solved problems. I approached the folks at HBR. My pitch: how one organization dealt with a particularly thorny data issue using Agile methods. Yes, Nextdoor added friction to its product and made it harder to use. After a bit of back-and-forth, the article—excerpted from Analytics: The Agile Way—is now live.
Have at it below.
How Nextdoor Addressed Racial Profiling on Its Platform https://t.co/SYyGdJPH51
— Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) May 11, 2018
This piece will appear in the book Agile: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review.
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