Book review: “Product Roadmaps Relaunched”

bpma ProductHub

A new book, Product Roadmaps Relaunched, could help you re-think and re-launch your approach to Product Roadmapping. It’s a real practitioners’ book, written by four Boston-based leaders in Product Management: C. The book is packed with examples and best practices. The book walks readers through the whole roadmapping process, step by step. The book has a companion website www.productroadmapping.com where you can pre-order the book through Amazon or O’Reilly sites.

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Spice Catalyst

The post books appeared first on Spice Catalyst Foundations in Successful Management of Products.

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Book Review: The Phenomenal Product Manager

The Product Bistro

Written by Brian Lawley, the top man at the 280Group , a consultancy, and training organization with deep product management and product marketing skills and reputations, I was at first put off by how thin the book was. My first pass through the book seemed to bear this out.

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Book Review: “Badass: Making Users Awesome”

Folding Burritos

Kathy Sierra’s latest book is a must-read for any product person. These ideas are then broken down in detail over the course of the book. That is also one of the perks you’ll get from this book: a great reading list to keep exploring these subjects. Books Opinion

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Hooked - How to Build Habit-Forming Products

Speaker: Nir Eyal, Author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products

Hooked, the book, is based on Eyal’s years of research, consulting, and practical experience. He wrote the book he wished had been available to him as a start-up founder—not abstract theory, but a how-to guide for building better products.

How to Read More Books? (Reading Series?—?Part 2)

The Product Coalition

How to Read More Books? In Spite of wanting to read books as a habit for many years, I have not been able to establish the habit. This means an average book of 250 pages will take me about 8–10 Hrs. Add to Cart / Buy Now Buy more books. Half Price Books?—?This

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PM Syllabus: Nine Books to Add to Your Required Reading List

ProductCraft

Read more » The post PM Syllabus: Nine Books to Add to Your Required Reading List appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo. Best Practices Books Education PM Books PM RoleIt’s back-to-school season!

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Book Review: Creative Quest

ProductCraft

The post Book Review: Creative Quest appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo. Reviews Book Review Creativity

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Lessons From the Little Blue Book by Joff Redfern

Mind the Product

He previously spent seven years at LinkedIn and he shares his thoughts on the “best and most painful product lessons” of his product leadership career through a journal he calls “the blue book”. The post Lessons From the Little Blue Book by Joff Redfern appeared first on Mind the Product.

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New Product Management For Dummies Book Now Available

280 Group

Our New Product Management For Dummies Book is Now Officially Available We are proud to announce the release of the brand new Product Management For Dummies book, written by Brian Lawley and Pamela Schure of the 280 Group.

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Organizing for Customer Centricity

Speaker: Tatyana Mamut, Head of Product, Nextdoor

5 Product Management Books to Read in 2019

ProductPlan

We’re thrilled by the sheer volume of product management books published each year. And while some books are written specifically with product managers in mind, others carry valuable product management insight without advertising the fact.

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Product Leadership Book Review? – What we Learned

Mind the Product

The long awaited book Product Leadership is finally about to hit our Kindles, iPads and possibly even our hands. It’s a book that shows product leadership to be a mentality and style, rather than a set of rules. This is a book that shows Product Management has come of age.

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Book Review: The Startup Playbook

Under10 Playbook

Book Review: The Startup Playbook: Founder-to-Founder Advice From Two Startup Veterans by Rajat Bhargava and Will Herman. The book is in three parts: 1) Starting A Company, 2) Getting Off The Ground, 3) Funding The Company, and 4) Running The Company.

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5 books every marketer should read in 2019

Inside Intercom

Between our staff book club, office library and the constant stream of books and articles being recommended and shared, the Intercom team is a pretty good resource when it comes to discovering new and interesting reads. Marketing marketing marketing books

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

As more users have relevant information at their ingertips to book lights, purchase. MONETIZING ANALYTICS FEATURES: Why Data Visualizations. Will Never Be Enough. Go beyond basic embedded dashboards to diferentiate your. application and maximize the value of embedded analytics.

Eat That Frog Book Summary

Joe Cotellese

I read the book “ Eat That Frog ” a few years ago. It’s a book that helps focus you on getting stuff done and avoiding procrastination. Author has read many different productivity books and articles. Productivity book-summary

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Book review: Inspired 2

ProductBoard

Ideas book-reviewHow to create products customers love. “It It doesn’t matter how good your engineering team is if they are not given something worthwhile to build.” In the opening lines of the newly released second edition of the product management classic — Inspired — Marty Cagan begins with a story that will sound familiar to anyone who’s followed him over the years. It was the mid-1980s and Cagan was working as a. Source.

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Getting Things Done Book Outline

Joe Cotellese

I’ve been a practitioner of the book “Getting Things Done” by David Allen for years. I reread the book every few years. Flow diagram in the book. you could do other lists like books to read, movies to watch, etc. Productivity book-summary

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Product Leadership Book Review? – What we Learned

Mind the Product

The long awaited book Product Leadership is finally about to hit our Kindles, iPads and possibly even our hands. It’s a book that shows product leadership to be a mentality and style, rather than a set of rules. This is a book that shows Product Management has come of age.

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The 15 Most-Read Books by Top Product Managers

The Product Coalition

Why are Product Management Books important ? The next best thing is to pick up a book. Whatever your level of PM experience, there’s a lot to be said for picking up a good book. Cracking the PM Interview has become the #1 interview prep book for aspiring product managers.

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Book review: The Secret Product Manager Handbook

Under10 Playbook

The book guides you through all three parts of the framework with tools and techniques for getting it done. Loaded with examples and specific techniques, the book offers guidance in prioritization, roadmapping, and value proposition design.

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April Dunford: ‘Obviously Awesome’ UK Book Launch Tour

Business of Software Conference

1-2 July 2019, April Dunford UK Book Launch Tour. All attendees will receive a copy of the book – which is fantastic. The post April Dunford: ‘Obviously Awesome’ UK Book Launch Tour appeared first on Business of Software USA.

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Book review: This Might Get Me Fired

Under10 Playbook

The book is filled with great stories of success and failure that resonate with those who have attempted change in their organizations. Here's a sample from the book: Any innovator in any major company has experienced something close to this. Are you an intrapreneur?

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Announcing our latest book – The Growth Handbook

Inside Intercom

We’ve just launched our latest book, The Growth Handbook. Available in PDF, Kindle or epub format, this book should be the first point in your journey to learn more about growth, not the last. The post Announcing our latest book – The Growth Handbook appeared first on Inside Intercom. Sales & Marketing Updates book customer acquisition customer retention growth metricsIf there’s one perennial problem all businesses face, it’s this: how do we grow?

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11 Essential Mobile Analytics Books for User Engagement and Retention

Amplitude

To get you started on your mobile analytics journey, we’ve compiled a reading list of the best books for learning and applying mobile analytics to your product design, development, and management process. Hungry to add more books to your reading list?

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Successful Geographically Distributed Agile Teams Book Milestone

Johanna Rothman

I’ve been pair-writing a book with Mark Kilby , From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams: Collaborate to Deliver. We’ve been working on this book for a year. We reflected a little on our success to date: We both want the best possible book.

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5 product management books to read in 2019

Craft.io

To make sure I follow up on this decision, I did some research and compiled a list of the books that I intend to start with. His book is a practical guide for creating better products. The post 5 product management books to read in 2019 appeared first on Product Management Blog.

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First of Three Modern Management Books Available

Johanna Rothman

I'm in the midst of collecting the management myths into three books. The series is currently titled “Make Modern Management Easy” The first book is Practical Ways to Manage Yourself. If you don't like to read books in progress, don't buy this book. And you like reading books in progress, yes, please do get this book. I'm planning on releasing the books as a set of three: manage yourself (this one), manage others, and manage the organization.

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The Six Essential Books that Every Product Manager Should Read

Mind the Product

Read books, keep tabs on blogs, follow people on Twitter, listen to podcasts, be a massive consumer of ideas and then see what resonates most with you. Here are some of the first books I read after getting into product management. As a bonus the book is now available online for free.

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Why Dale Carnegie, the grandfather of self-help books, endures in the digital age

Inside Intercom

Very few non-fiction books have had the long-lasting impact of Dale Carnegie’s 1936 classic, How to Win Friends and Influence People. So how has the book remained such a bible for sales and marketing professionals? Whether you’re on a marketing team trying to capture people’s attention or a sales team pursuing leads, Carnegie’s book argues that appealing to other people’s self-interest should be a cornerstone of your strategy. That’s Carnegie and his book in a nutshell.

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10 must-read books for developing and shipping better products

Miro

10 must-read books for developing and shipping better productsProduct development is a highly cross-functional, collaborative process. The post 10 must-read books for developing and shipping better products appeared first on MiroBlog | A blog by Miro As a result, knowing how to best navigate people and product obstacles is crucial to shipping faster, delivering the right products for users, and working better as a product team.We

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The book that David Ogilvy said every marketer must read

Inside Intercom

And when the father of advertising gives you a book recommendation like that, you sit up and take notice. Despite being almost 100 years old, Scientific Advertising by Claude Hopkins remains one of the best books on sales and marketing ever written.

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Updated Distributed Agile Teams Book Available

Johanna Rothman

You might remember I’m working on a book with Mark Kilby. We just published a new version of the book. We rearranged the entire book. If you don’t mind reading books in progress, check out the book. You can tell the book is in progress.

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How Minimum Viable Products & Features Helped Me Write My New Book

Roman Pichler

Writing a book is a complex and at times challenging endeavour: it took me over two years to write and publish my latest book. At the same time, I wanted to test that the product would create enough value for its readers before writing the actual book. Minimum Viable Product #1.

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Lewis Lin’s Favorite Books for PMs

Product Bookshelf

Lin , the author of PM Interview Questions , about his favorite books for expanding a product manager’s skill set in the following areas: Product design. ACTION : Read and analyze interesting books, newspapers, advertisements, or anything new you come across.

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