The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon

The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon


The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator ❰Reading❯ ➶ The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator Author Rich Mironov – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Art of Product Management takes us inside the head of a product management thought leader With color and humor Rich Mironov gives us a taste of Silicon Valley's tireless pursuit of great technolog The Art of Product of Product ePUB ´ Management takes us inside the head of a product management thought leader With color and humor Rich Mironov gives us a taste of Silicon Valley's tireless pursuit of great technology and its creation of new products He provides strategic advice to product managers and tech professionals about start ups big organizations how to think like a customer and what things should cost He also reminds us to love our products and our teams.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 206 pages
  • The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator
  • Rich Mironov
  • English
  • 20 June 2014

10 thoughts on “The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator

  1. Rob Rob says:

    Decent book It is a collection of Rich's writings from over the years about Product Management I wish I had been given this book when I first became a PM but now that I've been doing it for a few years there was little in here that I hadn't seen or thought of before It was very high level with not enough specific examples and I think there are better PM resources of its type out there the Cranky Product Manager being one of my favoriteThat said there were a couple good articles that I'll likely send around to friends but I didn't have to read the entire book to get to those gems If you're interested in reading it I can cherry pick the best articles and send you the online links without boring you with the entire book

  2. Hachi Hachi says:

    A little too basic for experience product managers a bit too in depth for new or aspiring product managers The Art or Product Management is a collection of blog posts from Rich Mironov’s blog Product Bytes On the upside when I found a chapter blog post relevant to a colleague I could simply pull it up on his website and send it to my colleague for reading and discussion On the downside I didn’t get much additional value for purchasing the book over just reading a curated list of posts from Mironov’s site Still the book is considered essential reading for every product manager and I did find some insights that were simultaneously obvious and not in practice within my organization so there are gems in the book to learn from It would be nice though if Mironov put out a second edition to update the book for today’s tech world The lessons are still valuable but the context he provides for them are over 10 years old and getting older every day355 stars

  3. Katie Katie says:

    Great collection of blog posts Constant thought as I’m reading is imagine if a company was actually managed like this

  4. Elena Göttig Elena Göttig says:

    Fine as a guide for PM if you just want to enter that field

  5. Gaku Ueda Gaku Ueda says:

    It's like a bunch of blog posts There's no coherent story and the topic jumps all around

  6. Steve Sarrica Steve Sarrica says:

    Derived from a successful long running blog focused on product management The Art of Product Management Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator is a uick read that delivers its wisdom in bite sized snippets I enjoyed the numerous real world examples and recognized many similarities to situations from my own workplace I am new to that workplace and to the product management role so I can't really comment authoritatively on the accuracy or value of Mironov's guidance but I do know that I have already found it helpful early in my tenure

  7. Seth Seth says:

    I don't always enjoy books that are just collections of blog articles because they often lack an overarching cohesion However many of the articles are interesting easily digested and have some great points of view in terms of what a product manager is and what makes a product manager good

  8. Benno Benno says:

    Interesting but a little light on

  9. Ben Love Ben Love says:

    A little dated it felt but an interesting read for no other reason than validation Lots of head nodding while reading this

  10. Bob Bob says:

    Yawn Maybe useful for startups although Eric Ries' Lean Startup appeals Not much of relevance here to established orgs looking to upgrade their product development capabilities

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10 thoughts on “The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator

  1. Rob Rob says:

    Decent book It is a collection of Rich's writings from over the years about Product Management I wish I had been given this book when I first became a PM but now that I've been doing it for a few years there was little in here that I hadn't seen or thought of before It was very high level with not enough specific examples and I think there are better PM resources of its type out there the Cranky Product Manager being one of my favoriteThat said there were a couple good articles that I'll likely send around to friends but I didn't have to read the entire book to get to those gems If you're interested in reading it I can cherry pick the best articles and send you the online links without boring you with the entire book

  2. Hachi Hachi says:

    A little too basic for experience product managers a bit too in depth for new or aspiring product managers The Art or Product Management is a collection of blog posts from Rich Mironov’s blog Product Bytes On the upside when I found a chapter blog post relevant to a colleague I could simply pull it up on his website and send it to my colleague for reading and discussion On the downside I didn’t get much additional value for purchasing the book over just reading a curated list of posts from Mironov’s site Still the book is considered essential reading for every product manager and I did find some insights that were simultaneously obvious and not in practice within my organization so there are gems in the book to learn from It would be nice though if Mironov put out a second edition to update the book for today’s tech world The lessons are still valuable but the context he provides for them are over 10 years old and getting older every day355 stars

  3. Katie Katie says:

    Great collection of blog posts Constant thought as I’m reading is imagine if a company was actually managed like this

  4. Elena Göttig Elena Göttig says:

    Fine as a guide for PM if you just want to enter that field

  5. Gaku Ueda Gaku Ueda says:

    It's like a bunch of blog posts There's no coherent story and the topic jumps all around

  6. Steve Sarrica Steve Sarrica says:

    Derived from a successful long running blog focused on product management The Art of Product Management Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator is a uick read that delivers its wisdom in bite sized snippets I enjoyed the numerous real world examples and recognized many similarities to situations from my own workplace I am new to that workplace and to the product management role so I can't really comment authoritatively on the accuracy or value of Mironov's guidance but I do know that I have already found it helpful early in my tenure

  7. Seth Seth says:

    I don't always enjoy books that are just collections of blog articles because they often lack an overarching cohesion However many of the articles are interesting easily digested and have some great points of view in terms of what a product manager is and what makes a product manager good

  8. Benno Benno says:

    Interesting but a little light on

  9. Ben Love Ben Love says:

    A little dated it felt but an interesting read for no other reason than validation Lots of head nodding while reading this

  10. Bob Bob says:

    Yawn Maybe useful for startups although Eric Ries' Lean Startup appeals Not much of relevance here to established orgs looking to upgrade their product development capabilities

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