ISBN: 1119387507
EAN13: 9781119387503
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 4, 2017
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 0.87" H x 8.27" L x 5.91" W
Weight: 1.47 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Actually inspiring!
This was the book that I enjoyed the most, and I bought several other books related to product management.
 
5
   Quickly jumped to the top of my must-read list
The essential PM book is this one. I recommend it to every product manager and product marketing manager I know. Cagan doesn't know what successful remote work looks like. GitLab, InVision, and Automatic are all-remote and have over 1000 employees. Being co-located is less efficient than being remote. The forced-remote is not the same as the async remote. The rest of the book is well written, explained, and practical. If PMs only read one book, inspired, and did their best to implement it, they would be in the top 10% of PMs.
 
5
   The best
My bible is for building software products. All product managers, designers and senior engineers need to read inspired.
 
5
   Great overview
The overview is for any level product managers. It's easy to read and understand, with real insights from Microsoft.
 
4
   A little to much of general information
The book gives you a general knowledge of the current status of the modern startup, but it lacks practical examples, but it still has a few of them.
 
5
   If you only buy one book on product management buy this
The title is all you need to get the value out of these books. It's not like that. It is full of advice and never stops giving it. This is the best book on product management that you can buy.
 
2
   Overview for the novice PM
If you only read this book, you won't be well informed. I read the first edition a few years ago and it was pretty much the same. Most of the thinking and approach is still focused on a project perspective. The practices and principles of Agilelean product development are ignored. There is more information available. Lean enterprise or the Lean Product Playbook would be better for jumping off points and references.
 
5
   Great book!!
The book was great. Product management is shared with deep insight and experience. It's very useful to any aspiring product manager.
 
4
   Good on theory, lacks practical information
There is a lot of information in this book. It was written for a startup with millions of venture capital to spend on an app with thousands of customers, I feel like it is a theory of a perfect product management world. As a product manager who is just starting in the role, I find it useful as one could find useful a history book, but I was expecting more information about the actual day to day of a product manager.
 
5
   If you read nothing else on the product management, read this book.
The book is about product management. I get asked for a recommendation for a book. Marty's book is always recommended by me. It's a must-read for senior leadership and new product managers.
 
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