🎾 Customer Retention Strategy Framework With Tried & Tested Examples, 3 Surefire Steps to Get Ahead in Your Product or Leadership Role & What to Do if You’re Worried About Getting Fired
+ ChatGPT Prompts for PMs
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This is Sunday 1-1-2-3 with George.
Welcome to the 69th edition.
If you’re looking for a weekly dose of product development wisdom with an occasional twist of humor, you’ve come to the right place.
Today we have:
Customer Retention Strategy Framework With Tried & Tested Examples
3 Factors to Get Promoted in Product / Leadership
Great Questions to Ask PMS in an Interview
What To Do If You’re Worried About Being Fired
Recommended Reading For AI (2000+ likes)
+ ChatGPT prompts for product managers.
📚 Customer Retention Strategy Framework With Tried & Tested Examples
One of the most popular posts I did recently was on the Figma’s Self-serve Forecast Model:
At the same time, the majority of folks voted for more real-world case examples, so I went searching and found this robust (even if a bit biased) framework for tackling retention. Check it out:
👀 3 Factors to Get Promoted in Product / Leadership
This is a brief, but clear description of something I think can be missed about promotions.
I think people can over-index on “reliability” to mean “I’ll just deliver what I’m asked”, which is not wrong.
The challenge for us all is to “deliver what we promise” while also “delivering the right thing”, which is also a function of your skills and knowledge of the problem space.
Taking courses and reading books will teach you new things. You must accept the chance of failure when trying those things out, but you must try them out, or you’ll never really learn.
And the nuance described here allows you to work in the right direction.
🍪 Quick Bites
🤖 ChatGPT Corner
So many PMs are starting to build their audience online. Carl has been growing on Twitter and his recent post blew up! Check it out:
That's a wrap for today. Stay focused and see you next week! If you want more, be sure to follow me on Twitter (@nurijanian)
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