The Product Management Today Stay At Home Reading List

In April 2020, we reached out to our subscribers and asked for book, ebook, and article recommendations so that we could create a reading list that would be useful during your time at home. We hope this list will help you find something new to read and give you useful knowledge to help you grow in your professional life!


Mismatch: How Inclusion Shapes Designs, Kat Holmes.

“This book abords the topic of inclusion into the development of products and how to see through the eyes of the customer. This book has been very useful to me because many of our products fall on the usability test because every day the population with disabilities is increasing and our developments do not meet their needs.” -Andrés Felipe Tamayo Celis

Designing Interactions, Bill Moggridge.

“I haven't read the whole book except the part where service design is discussed. This book has presented very useful examples of the design of services, and how to link products with service and experience. Highly recommend!” -Andrés Felipe Tamayo Celis

The Laws of Simplicity, John Maeda.

The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement, Eliyahu Goldratt and Jeff Cox.

You: The Product, Vivek Bedi.