The Product Book: How to Become a Great Product Manager

The Product Book: How to Become a Great Product Manager

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"No one asked you to show up." Every experienced product manager has heard some version of those words at some point in their career. Think about a company. Engineers build the product. Designers make sure it has a great user experience and looks good. Marketing makes sure customers know about the product. Sales get potential customers to open their wallets to buy the product. What more does a company need? What does a product manager do?

Based upon Product School’s curriculum, which has helped thousands of students become great product managers, The Product Book answers that question. Filled with practical advice, best practices, and expert tips, this book is here to help you succeed!

Product School offers product management classes taught by real-world product managers, working at renowned tech companies like Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, Netflix and more. The classes are designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are conveniently located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.

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    The Product Book: How to Become a Great Product Manager Reviews

  • Curiosbag

    A darn near perfect book on product management give step by step on how to implement world-changing-idea into a product and execute it to the market. I am specifically expected to learn how to launch ...

  • Barun Patra

    Published by Product School, this is a book that focuses on a lot of basic actionable throughout and as PMs getting the basic stuff figured is what is the most important. Will come in very handy if yo...

  • Eduardo

    If don't know what a product manager is, this is your book. If don't know what a product manager isn't, this is your book. If you don't know how a product manager does her/his job, this is your book. ...

  • Margarita Artemyan

    Well, the book is mostly good for those who are newcomers in product management, but even for those who have experience its just quick read book (took 6 hours to complete) to recall all the processes ...

  • Boni Aditya

    Out of all the books that Product School, this one is the best, all others don't come anywhere near the value add that this one book provides. The books deals with every aspect of digital product mana...

  • Manoj Kumar

    Thanks to the Product School team for publishing this book. The book added valuable insights, reasoning with examples that touched almost all aspects required in a Product Management role. Start with ...

  • Gustavo Reis

    Although filled with common sense, it's a very nice and thorough book. Also, it's free, so I won't complain too much. 3 stars....

  • Dimos Raptis

    That book had been waiting in my reading list for a while. At the time I got to read it, I had been working as a software engineer professionally for a decade, so I had the chance to collaborate close...

  • Andreea

    I read this when it came out after going to several Product School events in San Francisco. It's a nice introduction to the world of product management for those who are new to it. It's informative, b...

  • Dragan Nanic

    This book is envisioned as a comprehensive overview of a product management role and what that role entails. It is written for the students without any prior knowledge of it and as such is geared more...