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What are the best product management books for newbies and aspirants?

What are the best product management books for newbies and aspirants?
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- Business model generation by alexander osterwalder - Inspired :how to create tech products customers love by marty cagan - The Product Manager's Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Succeed as a Product Manager by steven - The lean startup by eric ries
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If you're "exactly" looking for product management books for beginners, here are: Product Leadership: How Top Product Managers Launch Awesome Products and Build Successful Teams by Martin Eriksson https://www.amazon.com/gp/produc... More books: Build Better Products: A Modern Approach To Building Successful User-centered Products by Laura Klein https://www.amazon.com/gp/produc... Product Roadmaps Relaunched: How to Set Direction while Embracing Uncertainty by C. Todd Lombardo https://www.amazon.com/gp/produc... https://www.producthunt.com/post...
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I truly believe that every self-respecting specialist, more or less experienced, should improve his knowledge and read everyday. I would recommend to have a look at this selection of the books that will be definitely useful for reading it by product managers and specialists who are fond of product management and product development: https://hygger.io/blog/what-are-...
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The lean product playbook by dan oslen
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The best, hands down, is Designing for the Digital How to Create Human-Centered Products and Services, by Kim Goodwin https://books.google.com/books?i... You can run a whole product design firm with this one!!
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A great booking adding to the books that were already mentioned is "Sprint" . A bit more high level but books like "Measure what Matters" and "Lean Analytics" also helped me a lot Links - Sprint: https://www.amazon.de/Sprint-Sol... - Measure What Matters: https://www.amazon.de/Measure-Wh... - Lean Analytics https://www.amazon.de/Lean-Analy... Moreover, I found this list of a lot of PM content: https://medium.com/@sebastienphl... Last but not least I can recommend this online course from Udemy especially for newbies: https://www.udemy.com/become-a-p...
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CEO & CTO
Steve Blank Four Steps to the Epiphany (https://www.amazon.com/Four-Step...) It has such a lot handful information per page, hence, I treat it like a handbook! P.S. The lean startup which is super popular world-wide made by Eric Ries who was apprentice of Steve Blank.
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