Product Management in Practice A Real-World Guide to the Key Connective Role of the 21st Century LeMay, Matt: Libros – Amazon

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20 reviews for Product Management in Practice A Real-World Guide to the Key Connective Role of the 21st Century LeMay, Matt: Libros – Amazon

  1. Kepa

    Cada capítulo toca un tema y todos son interesantes. No pierde fuelle ni empieza a dar vueltas sobre si mismo como les pasa a muchos libros.La estructura de cada capítulo me ha gustado mucho también ya que está pensado tanto para entender el tema en profundidad como para facilitar la “relectura” de ciertos aspectos.El apéndice final sobre otros libros recomendados y por qué los recomienda me ha parecido muy útil también.

  2. Kepa

    Cada capítulo toca un tema y todos son interesantes. No pierde fuelle ni empieza a dar vueltas sobre si mismo como les pasa a muchos libros.La estructura de cada capítulo me ha gustado mucho también ya que está pensado tanto para entender el tema en profundidad como para facilitar la “relectura” de ciertos aspectos.El apéndice final sobre otros libros recomendados y por qué los recomienda me ha parecido muy útil también.

  3. vladi

    Great overview of pm challenges and approaches to them as of today. I really enjoyed the language and author’s candor.

  4. vladi

    Great overview of pm challenges and approaches to them as of today. I really enjoyed the language and author’s candor.

  5. JF.

    Easy-to-read, chock-full of good ideas. Just get it.

  6. JF.

    Easy-to-read, chock-full of good ideas. Just get it.

  7. DJ

    Very practical advice, with remarkably little fluff. It’s not a step-by-step guide book, but after reading it you understand why that wouldn’t be appropriate anyway. Highly recommended.

  8. DJ

    Very practical advice, with remarkably little fluff. It’s not a step-by-step guide book, but after reading it you understand why that wouldn’t be appropriate anyway. Highly recommended.

  9. G Osborne

    This is NOT a book full of templates and graphs (There are some) but it is a book of anecdotes illustrating principles and tools in the Product Manager’s armoury. I have done ‘Product’ work for many years and this was a great refresher – not least of which because I realised that I was not alone… as it can sometimes feel like that when you are Product managing. Brightly written and easy to read, but with references and set out so you can (and I will) refer to it in the future. If you are going in to PM then this really does explain what its all about, if you are (like me) a bit more travelled then as I said its a good shot in the arm. Buy it,

  10. G Osborne

    This is NOT a book full of templates and graphs (There are some) but it is a book of anecdotes illustrating principles and tools in the Product Manager’s armoury. I have done ‘Product’ work for many years and this was a great refresher – not least of which because I realised that I was not alone… as it can sometimes feel like that when you are Product managing. Brightly written and easy to read, but with references and set out so you can (and I will) refer to it in the future. If you are going in to PM then this really does explain what its all about, if you are (like me) a bit more travelled then as I said its a good shot in the arm. Buy it,

  11. Client d’Amazon

    Je viens de prendre un poste de global product manager et je bénie cette lecture! des évidences une fois lues mais structurantes et rassurantes, je recommande!!!!!

  12. Client d’Amazon

    Je viens de prendre un poste de global product manager et je bénie cette lecture! des évidences une fois lues mais structurantes et rassurantes, je recommande!!!!!

  13. Alexandre Sauvé

    If you’re interested in the product management practice or you’re like me and was wondering what the heck was that position supposed to mean in the company you worked for, then this book is for you! Practical examples make it easy to understand and observe in reality.

  14. Alexandre Sauvé

    If you’re interested in the product management practice or you’re like me and was wondering what the heck was that position supposed to mean in the company you worked for, then this book is for you! Practical examples make it easy to understand and observe in reality.

  15. Nicholas

    Great book!

  16. Nicholas

    Great book!

  17. R D

    I really enjoyed this book. Every chapter taught me something or made me question my own behaviour from a different lens. I will be rereading this and applying the learnings to my day to day job as a product manager. Definitely recommend this book. It is worth a read and reread 🙂

  18. R D

    I really enjoyed this book. Every chapter taught me something or made me question my own behaviour from a different lens. I will be rereading this and applying the learnings to my day to day job as a product manager. Definitely recommend this book. It is worth a read and reread 🙂

  19. McJeeee

    If I had read this before landing my first PM role it would have helped me understand that my experience – which I thought was unusually bad – was pretty normal. What went wrong for me was that I didn’t have the right expectations coming in to the role.What expectations?That largely PM is a cross-functional (I knew that) role with incredible responsibility (I knew that) having no ability to achieve goals on ones own (I should have known that but didn’t) from a seat that has no control or power (I definitely didn’t comprehend that until I was in the thick of it).Net: this is a messy job for folks that communicate and connect people to INSPIRE them to collaborate toward and deliver products while ensuring those products are aligned with the company goals and the users needs.I didn’t know it’d be so messy.If I had been prepared by reading this book first I think the initial 18 months would have gone a lot better than they did and I certainly would not have made quite as many mistakes.But it did happen and I’m about to go in to my 2nd PM role and I’m so glad I read this now so I can go in to that role with a better point of view and a bit more knowledge.Example: Most companies have organizational problems. How big and bad will vary, but I have a better idea now on the types of questions to ask and red flags to look for and also I know that in terms of maturity in Product: the grass is not likely to be greener when job hopping as a PM. Better to find a good fit and lean in and do the right thing.What is the right thing to do as a PM? You’ll learn the answer in this book. A hint: WHATEVER IT TAKESSTRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR PRODUCT MANAGERS AS WELL AS ENGINEERING MANAGERS WHO WILL BENEFIT BY UNDERSTANDING THEIR COUNTERPARTS POINT OF VIEW.If this review helped you to make a buy/don’t buy decision: please consider tapping the HELPFUL button. Thanks!

  20. McJeeee

    If I had read this before landing my first PM role it would have helped me understand that my experience – which I thought was unusually bad – was pretty normal. What went wrong for me was that I didn’t have the right expectations coming in to the role.What expectations?That largely PM is a cross-functional (I knew that) role with incredible responsibility (I knew that) having no ability to achieve goals on ones own (I should have known that but didn’t) from a seat that has no control or power (I definitely didn’t comprehend that until I was in the thick of it).Net: this is a messy job for folks that communicate and connect people to INSPIRE them to collaborate toward and deliver products while ensuring those products are aligned with the company goals and the users needs.I didn’t know it’d be so messy.If I had been prepared by reading this book first I think the initial 18 months would have gone a lot better than they did and I certainly would not have made quite as many mistakes.But it did happen and I’m about to go in to my 2nd PM role and I’m so glad I read this now so I can go in to that role with a better point of view and a bit more knowledge.Example: Most companies have organizational problems. How big and bad will vary, but I have a better idea now on the types of questions to ask and red flags to look for and also I know that in terms of maturity in Product: the grass is not likely to be greener when job hopping as a PM. Better to find a good fit and lean in and do the right thing.What is the right thing to do as a PM? You’ll learn the answer in this book. A hint: WHATEVER IT TAKESSTRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR PRODUCT MANAGERS AS WELL AS ENGINEERING MANAGERS WHO WILL BENEFIT BY UNDERSTANDING THEIR COUNTERPARTS POINT OF VIEW.If this review helped you to make a buy/don’t buy decision: please consider tapping the HELPFUL button. Thanks!

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