Here’s What Product Management Will Look Like in 2028

Thor Ernstsson
Nov 8, 2017 · 6 min read
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So what will product management look like in 2028?

#1 — Manual efforts today will be seen as archaic, like building your own CRM

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#2 — As the cost of engineering drops even further, an onslaught of niche products will emerge

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#3 — Product management will be so collaborative that it won’t be a standalone role

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#4 — Virtual reality will make every experience testable, not just digital products

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#5 — Putting customers first will no longer be a competitive advantage

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Thor Ernstsson

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Founder and CEO of Alpha — alphahq.com. Previously founder and CTO of Rally Health & seller of virtual farm equipment.

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The exclusive data and insights that enable 17,000+ product managers to win. Subscribe via email at productmanagementinsider.com. We are powered by Alpha.

Thor Ernstsson

Written by

Founder and CEO of Alpha — alphahq.com. Previously founder and CTO of Rally Health & seller of virtual farm equipment.

Product Management Insider

The exclusive data and insights that enable 17,000+ product managers to win. Subscribe via email at productmanagementinsider.com. We are powered by Alpha.

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