Gaurav Agrawal
Gaurav AgrawalCoder, Thinker, Curious observer

What are some good product management book, blogs and content sources?

Product management itself a vast study field. What are some practical/theoretical guides?
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    Hooked

    A book on how to build habit-forming products

    Pavan Sethi
    Pavan Sethibuilding things. · Written
    A super insightful book focused on building habit-forming products. Must read for any product people.
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    Mohammed Rafy
    Mohammed RafyAll things Community · Written
    Great book by Nir Eyal on how to build habit-forming products
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    An all-new Intercom

    A bold aesthetic. Simplified navigation. Faster workflows.

    Vinit Agrawal
    Vinit AgrawalCo-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com) · Written
    Check this one specifically. It is a compilation of Intercom's Blog entries relevant to Product Management. So much real world knowledge, specially for a SaaS business.
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    Hardbound 3.0

    Illustrated summaries of bestselling nonfiction books

    Nathan Baschez
    Nathan BaschezWorking for progress. · Written
    Nathan Baschez made this product
    I'd love to humbly suggest Hardbound! You browse our selection and choose a book (we have many that apply to project management) and we give you the main idea in a 5-minute, fun, illustrated summary.
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    Inspired: How To Create Products Customers Love
    This is considered one of the essential books to read as a PM. Well written, inspirational, but detailed enough to give you some good pointers.
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    An all-new Intercom

    A bold aesthetic. Simplified navigation. Faster workflows.

    Gaurav Agrawal
    Gaurav AgrawalCoder, Thinker, Curious observer · Written
    Intercom Blog has awesome product stories. It's full of real-world examples with the contrast of best practices and theories.
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    Cracking the PM Interview

    How to land a product manager job in technology

    John Ababseh
    John AbabsehEpiphany Enthusiast · Written
    This is a great PM book for knowledge on the industry, skills necessary, and how to break into the industry.
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    The Inmates Are Running the Asylum

    Why products drive us crazy and how to restore the sanity

    John Stetic
    John SteticChief Product Officer, Zinc · Written
    A classic on usability. Though some examples may feel dated the core principles remain true.
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    The Four Steps to the Epiphany

    Successful strategies for products that win

    Mike Acler
    Mike AclerChief Prototyper, Allprototypes.com · Written
    Essential book for anybody who's in startup world and trying to bring the first product to the market.
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    The User Experience Team of One

    A Research and Design Survival Guide

    Matthias Esterl
    Matthias EsterlWeb/Interactive Developer, ANIMAL · Written
    Just started reading it, really well written and enjoyable.
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    Inspired

    How to create products customers love

    Rishi Athanikar
    Rishi AthanikarProduct Manager. Cofounder of Beander. · Written
    Fantastic book by Marty Cagan about building products that are useful, feasible, and valuable.
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    Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...

    Always be skeptical of the business press lauding companies

    Miles Montes
    Miles MontesCo-Founder & CPO @Shop Latinx · Written
    Vision is a big part of Product and Jim Collins does a great job expressing how "Great" companies had nailed the vision aspect down.
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