Would you use ChatGPT to help you create strategy docs for your department? Why or why not?

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Director of IT in Retail, 10,001+ employees
Interesting question. Note that a few companies have banned using ChatGPT.   Ban vs Embrace is a question out there. 

With reference to the question, here is my input:  In the process of creating strategy document - It is encouraged to use ChatGPT for research and analysis to learn more about industry trends and understand more about what competitors' are doing. This should help streamline the brainstorming and strategy creation process.   
Executive Architect in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees
I am not ready to delegate important artifacts to ChatGPT.  After satisfactory testing, I could definitely see using ChatGPT or other AI "authors" to assist with document creation, by generating content incorporating research about relevant trends, markets and competition. 
Board Member in Healthcare and Biotech, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
If ChatGPT can be used to create a strategy document, the extension is not too far behind that the CIO role can also be replaced by ChatGPT as it can answer all the questions from its vast knowledgebase (100X larger than any CIO). Any and all clarifications would be available on technology and business from the wonderful ChatGPT !

But then the CIO's role is not just about answering questions?
CTO in Healthcare and Biotech, 11 - 50 employees
I am using it to create such alike docs now. But only as the foundation of those created docs.

I prompt ChatGPT with what I want, expand my creativity beyond my usual ideas and explore it further.

Then, I modify it accordingly the project and my common sense.

The results have been outstanding and helpful as well.
Chief Enterprise Architect, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Use it for inspiration and not for creation.

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