#1: Engineers code ✅
#2: Designers design ✅
#3: Marketers create buzz ✅
#4: Salespeople sell ✅
#5: Why do you need a Product Manager? ❌🤔
The Product Book answers that question. Filled with practical tips, frameworks and best practices from PMs at top tech companies, this book is here to help you succeed as a PM.
Free comprehensive quick start guide with a practical action plan on how to break into product management.
Engage with your users and make sure their voice is heard with these two new products. Ask them questions, respond to their ratings, host a discussion board for requests, and most importantly, prioritize your product roadmap based on accurate user feedback.
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The Product Book is back! Now with three new languages, a Kindle friendly edition, and a free audio version, we are bringing the ultimate strategies on how to become a great Product Manager to an even greater portion of the Product population.
Product Management TACTICS is packed full insights from the most highly respected product leaders around today. The book features several topics -- Pre-Product, Product Building, Managing Product, Product Teams, Product Strategy and Leadership -- all compiled from insights gathered from some of the top talks at INDUSTRY: The Product Conference.
CohortPlus is a platform to discover relevant content and connect with like-minded professionals in the Product Management community
PM Take Homes is a library of product challenges you can use when hiring your next product manager. Choose from different products like B2B vs consumer and scenarios like planning a product launch or envisioning a big new feature. Brought to you by Headlight, the best way to manage your take-home assignments.
Product Pathfinder is a newsletter from Meghan Nesta cataloging what's worked (and what hasn't) for her in product management and leadership, must reads on product management from around the web, and stories from fellow readers - all designed to help you along on the path to better product management.