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The company crushed it with Amazon Prime and the Kindle… and totally flopped with Amazon Destinations (hotel booking), (a high end fashion site), and countless others.

However, none of these failures dealt a significant blow to the company, and the successes generated exponential profits.

When you begin implementing small bets in your company, you’ll discover what works, then be able to double down on your successes.

One of the easiest ways to start making small bets is to A/B test everything , from your web pages to your email subject lines.

A/B testing gives you a huge advantage in that you can measure everything. You can see which buy button customers prefer, which emails generate the most clicks, and which pages customers spend the most time on.

You can measure these things down to fractions of percentage points, and then implement the ones that create the biggest results.

It’s one thing to have a gut feeling that something will work – it’s another thing altogether to see the data, which often proves gut feelings wrong.

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“As Amazon pursues growth through small experiments, they have tried to use data to trump intuition. The company culture embraces experimentation and Bezos recently said at a shareholder meeting that 99% of all innovations at Amazon are incremental. The company relies on “Testing in Production,” or TiP, methods such as A/B testing and ramped deployment. By showing user group “A” a different version of a Web page than group “B”, the company can measure how long they stay on the site, how much they spend, etc.”

Don’t rely on what you think will work. Take small bets by A/B testing everything, then let the data guide your decisions .

One of the most effective ways to generate ideas which can then be tested is to implement regular brainstorming sessions to design new tests. This ties in closely to taking small bets and then A/B testing them.

In order to find good ideas, you need to generate a large volume of ideas. You can’t effectively make small bets and A/B test unless you have a pool of ideas to choose from. Some of these ideas will be bad, but that’s precisely the point. You usually have to wade through the garbage heap in order to find the gold nugget.

So, for example, let’s say that you’re trying to determine why sales have fallen in the past month. You may hypothesize that your sales emails have been consistently less effective and drive fewer conversions than in the past.

But until you test that hypothesis, you won’t know if it’s true. So you dig into your data and examine the trends over the past 6 months. Then you create new emails and test those conversion rates against the older ones.

(3) The expanding universe

So far I've been making it sound as though all networks are equally good. Start with what you care about, get some research going, and build a professional community for yourself around that research topic. And that is still my advice. Nonetheless, the problem of building a network takes on another dimension when you adopt a longer-term view. If you are entering the research community at the usual age, just out of college or a few years afterward, then you have a whole career ahead of you. To really prosper, and to really be part of something exciting, you want to join a field that is growing -- what I call an "expanding universe". A field that is shrinking is generally an unhappy place to be; at best it spends its time negotiating mergers and acquisitions with other shrinking fields, hoping to maintain the critical mass that is necessary to be a viable political force. People find themselves fighting over fewer resources, and they have a much harder time attracting new blood. A growing field, by contrast, easily attracts new people. And resources are multiplying, so people don't need to fight one another. Instead they can join together in the collective enterprise of laying claim to the new territory that is opening up.

Smart students have a powerful instinct for expanding universes, and often spot them before the famous people do. How the smart students work this trick is one of the deeper mysteries of the professional world: after all, they are just students, and thus lack the extensive networks that are normally required to see big patterns. Part of the answer is simply that they are young. The way that ideas change is that the people who believed the old ideas die (Planck said this), and in this sense intellectual trends are driven by the interests of the young. This is one reason why it is okay for you to pursue the research that you personally find exciting: despite all of your unique individuality, you are also a product of a place and time, and even before you start networking you can be confident that plenty of other people will develop research interests that are more or less on the same wavelength as yours. You will network with those people, and when the old people die you and your cohort will inherit the world. At the same time, you can frame your topic in a lot of different ways, and it's helpful to frame your topic in a way that other people can relate to. That is part of what I mean by "articulating an emerging theme". In trying to articulate the theme that unifies the research of your peers, and that puts a name on what they find exciting about their research, you will be intuiting -- indeed, creating -- the expanding universe of your generation of researchers.

(4) Positive feedback

You are probably familiar with the general idea. Negative feedback is when forces operate to keep a system in equilibrium, pushing it back toward its nominal value whenever it drifts away. Positive feedback, by contrast, amplifies small disturbances so that they feed upon themselves and become ever greater. Complex real-world situations generally combine kinds of feedback, but it is useful to consider some of the positive feedbacks that promote successful careers. Let us say that you happen to mention topic X in a speech, and a reporter calls you to comment on it. You may not be an absolute authority on X, but if you are the first person to be quoted on X then you need to start studying. Why? Because reporters often decide who to call for quotes by looking in Nexis and seeing who has been quoted in earlier articles. Having been the first to be quoted, you will also be the second, third, and fourth. Soon you will be closely identified with the issue, nobody else will have a chance. The same thing can happen in many other contexts, including speaking engagements, consulting jobs, referrals, and (to a lesser degree) citations. (Of course, once your position has become entrenched in this way, it's not positive feedback any more. It's negative, as institutional forces operate to reinforce the status quo in your favor.)

The trial is currently in the recruitment phase. (Recruitment began on 20 November 2012, Expected to finish on November 2015).

Sung-Ji Park, Jin Joo Park contributed equally to this work.

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The authors would like to acknowledge research nurse Eun-Young Oh and Min-Hwa Kim who contribute to the project implantation and data collection.

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SJ: conception and design of the trial, data acquisition, critical establishment and management of the whole database, manuscript writing and final approval of the manuscript. JJ: conception and design and of the trial, data acquisition, critical establishment/management of the whole database, manuscript writing and final approval of the manuscript. SY: design of the study, performed the statistical analysis, critical revision and final approval of the manuscript. SA: design of the study, performed the statistical analysis, critical revision and final approval of the manuscript. SM: design the MRI protocols, data acquisition, critical revision and final approval of the manuscript. EJ: data acquisition, design the MRI protocol, critical revision and final approval of the manuscript. SI: design the MRI protocols, critically revised the manuscript for important intellectual content and final approval of the manuscript. YH: design the MRI protocols, critically revised the manuscript for important intellectual content and final approval of the manuscript. DJ: conception, design of the trials, critically revised the manuscript for important intellectual content and final approval of the manuscript. All authors read manuscript and have given final approval of the version of the manuscript to be published.

Cardiovascular Imaging Center, Heart, Vascular, Stroke Institute, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Gangnam-gu, Korea
Cardiovascular Center, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Medical Research Collaborating Center, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

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