How Pinterest Supercharged its Growth Team With Experiment Idea Review

Jeff Chang, John Egan | Growth Engineering

Growth teams need to be organized bottom-up to scale well

The Pinterest Growth team has over 100 members, and we’ve run thousands of experiments over the years. It’s difficult to run that many experiments and still maintain a high success rate over time. We’ve found the traditional growth team model of team leads deciding which opportunities to try didn’t scale well as our team grew. Increasing the number…




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