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Nathan Thomas

BY: Nathan Thomas

December 27, 2022 - 4 min read

Updated: January 17, 2023 - 4 min read

Three Product Management Trends to Look Out for in 2023, According to ChatGPT

Twas the night after Christmas, and our content team twas short-staffed.
But Product Blog readers were hungry, would the terrible silence last?
We had but one recourse before our readers grew mad

So we turned to ChatGPT… we hope you’ll be glad!

[Poem written by a human, who wishes to remain anonymous, for obvious reasons.]

ChatGPT Prompt:

Product Management is growing fast. In the context of a market slow down, the influence of Product-Led Growth strategy, and the adoption of artificial intelligence, write a blog post about three Product Management trends to look out for in 2023

The rise of Product-Led Growth (PLG) strategies

PLG is a business model in which the product itself is the primary driver of customer acquisition, conversion, and retention. It involves using the product as the primary means of marketing, sales, and customer support, rather than relying on traditional marketing channels. PLG has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it's likely to continue to grow in influence in 2023.

One reason for this trend is that PLG can be particularly effective in a market slow down, as it allows companies to focus on creating and improving their product rather than pouring resources into marketing and sales efforts. In addition, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and other advanced technologies has made it easier for companies to create highly personalized and engaging products that can drive customer loyalty and retention.

The growth of AI in Product Management

AI is transforming many aspects of business, and Product Management is no exception. In 2023, we can expect to see even more widespread adoption of AI in Product Management, as companies look to leverage its capabilities to improve product development, design, and marketing.

One key area where AI is likely to have a significant impact is in the gathering and analysis of customer data. By using machine learning algorithms to analyze customer feedback, usage patterns, and other data sources, companies can gain valuable insights into what customers want and how to improve their products. This can help Product Managers make more informed decisions about what features to add, which products to prioritize, and how to optimize the user experience.

The increasing importance of customer-centricity in Product Management

In the past, Product Management was often focused on the development and delivery of products, with little consideration given to the customer. However, in today's competitive business landscape, this approach is no longer viable. In 2023, we can expect to see a continued emphasis on customer-centricity in Product Management, as companies recognize the importance of understanding and meeting the needs of their customers.

This trend will involve a shift away from a product-driven approach and towards a customer-driven approach, in which Product Managers work closely with customers to understand their needs and develop products that meet those needs. This may involve conducting customer research, gathering customer feedback, and designing products with a customer-first mindset. By adopting a customer-centric approach, companies can differentiate themselves from the competition and build lasting relationships with their customers.

“Expert” Commentary:

Nathan Thomas, human writer at Product School: This is all good stuff, but it’s fairly generic. That makes sense as from what I understand with my limited human brain, ChatGPT is designed to match patterns, so providing new or challenging insight is anathema. Much of this answer is consistent with some of the themes we’ll be exploring in 2023’s Future of Product Management Report, but there’s so much more to it, too!

ChatGPT itself: (Prompt: Please write a paragraph explaining how you wrote that post): An error occurred. If this issue persists please contact us through our help center at help.openai.com. (Sighs of relief breathed from humans all around).

Anyone else? Let us know your thoughts on social media, @ProductSchool!

Updated: January 17, 2023

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