Growth Skills
Assessment Test

How do your skills stack up against the top growth professionals?

It's free and takes only 45 minutes.

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Problem

Working on product growth and development requires knowledge and skills from different areas: product analytics, product management, qualitative research, A/B testing, unit economics, the basics of mathematical statistics, and understanding the principles of growth channels.

Not all specialists are aware of their level in each of these areas, which affects their efficiency and speed of development in the profession.

Solution

The test will allow you to determine your strengths and blind spots in one hour.

Based on the test results, you will receive a personalized professional development plan that will help you accelerate your career progress and add more value to the business or project you are working on.

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Authors

Oleg Ya
  • Oleg was in charge of analytics at MSQRD, a selfie filter app. The company was acquired by Facebook in 2016.
  • After the MSQRD acquisition, Oleg joined Facebook, where he worked on Workplace, one of the fastest growing SaaS products in history. Workplace reached 2 million paid users in less than 2.5 years.
  • Oleg helped develop the services of API.AI (now Dialogflow) as a product director. The company was acquired by Google.
  • He also launched the game King of Thieves with game-dev company ZeptoLab, which became a hit with over 75 million players worldwide.
  • Oleg participated in the early development of the game C.A.T.S., rated the best game of 2017 by Google Play, with over 100 million players.
Sean Ellis
  • Sean led marketing and growth efforts in the early days at five companies that went on to reach above billion-dollar valuations: Dropbox, LogMeIn, Uproar, Eventbrite, and Lookout.
  • Sean’s work at Dropbox helped the company reach a $1 billion revenue run rate faster than any other SaaS company in prior history.
  • At LogMeIn and Uproar, Sean continued to run marketing from customer zero until NASDAQ IPO filings.
  • Following these growth and marketing roles, Sean became the CEO and founder of two VC-backed companies, Qualaroo and GrowthHackers, both of which were acquired.
  • Sean is also the coauthor of Hacking Growth, which has been published in 16 languages and is host of the Breakout Growth Podcast. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, Fast Company, Inc as well as on MSNBC.