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2023 Fall Onsite Conference

September 19, 2023
from 4:00 to 8:00pm

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Product Management

The 5 Love Languages of Generative AI: A Prompt-Whisperer's Guide to ChatGPT, Claude, & Bard

Embrace the fusion of product management and culinary artistry as we explore how to cook up delectable dialogues with Generative AI tools like ChatGPT, Claude, & Bard.

In this light-hearted, interactive session, we will dive into Dr. Gary Chapman's "5 Love Languages" concept and how it applies to mastering the art of great AI conversation. Get ready for a dash of humor, a sprinkle of storytelling, and a heap of practical knowledge to help make your product management work as satisfying as a Michelin Star meal.


Dean Peters

Principal Consultant & Trainer

280 Group

Dean Peters offers nearly twenty years of experience in product management with a prior decade as a software developer for real-time system integration. Driven by a passion for replacing pain points with user delight, he has empowered teams in startups such as Dude Solutions, Aprimo, and Seven Lakes Technologies and enterprise settings such as IQVIA, Citrix, and McClatchy. Leaning on his ability to translate technical details into valuable outcomes, Dean has led several innovations in AI, NLP, and Mobile across various domains, including healthcare, energy, education, law enforcement, and news media.

Along with this work, Dean has presented on agile and product management topics at events such as ProductCamp, ProductTank, Pendomonium, and Red Hat Agile Day. An on-and-off blogger, Dean’s writings on product and agile have found their way into the product lexicon; the most recent example is his collaboration with ProductBoard’s “Dangerous Animals of Product Management.

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