Product management has become a critical connective role for modern organizations, from small technology startups to global corporate enterprises. And yet the day-to-day work of product management remains largely misunderstood. In theory, product management is about building products that people love.
Table of contents
- Opening Credits
- Chapter 1: The Practice of Product Management
- Chapter 2: The CORE Connective Skills of Product Management
- Chapter 3: Showing Up Curious
- Chapter 4: The Worst Thing About "Best Practices"
- Chapter 5: The Art of Egregious Overcommunication
- Chapter 6: Working with Senior Stakeholders (Or, Throwing the Poker Game)
- Chapter 7: Talking to Users (Or, "What's a Poker Game?")
- Chapter 8: "Data, Take the Wheel!"
- Chapter 9: Realistic Roadmaps and Painless Prioritization
- Chapter 10: The Wonderful, Horrible Truth About Agile
- Chapter 11: In Good Times and Bad
- Chapter 12: Conclusion: Whatever It Takes
- Closing Credits
- Title: Product Management in Practice
- Release date: March 2018
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781492036449
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