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Inspired How To Create Products Customers LoveWhy do To Create MOBI #237 some products make the leap to greatness while others donot Creating inspiring products begins with discovering a productthat is valuable usable and feasible If you can not do thisthen it s not worth building anything How do you decide which product opportunities to pursue How do you get evidence that the product you are go. I'm embarrassed to say I hadn't read this book until today I's pretty a concise summary of all the other articles books and conversations that I've had in the field You could probably save a lot of time by reading this book when you're first interested in PM rather than after doing it for four years But re read it then tooI particularly liked that he discussed Clear definition of role separation and responsibilities of marketing PM interaction design development The emphasis on the Product Discovery process I think people underestimate how much of PM is a researchingincubating ideas role You spend a lot of time sorting through information and considering what isisn't relevant The need for high fidelity prototypes If I had to pick a single skill that would make me a better PM being able to uickly produce a prototype would be it Ways to do small usability tests as a PM I think there's a lot of pushback from this in the industry lots of people worry the PM can't detach research will be useless There's a lot to be said for small amounts of research Discussion of how to build a PM team I think he's completely right that there are often people throughout companies with the right skills and attention to detail Dealing with special reuests from clients and the hidden costs of those reuests I'd recommend it to anyone who is struggling with a few major customers and has a CEO that wants to accommodate special reuests I've never personally had this challenge but he seemed to have practical advice

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Productenvironments Product management expert Marty Cagan answers these uestionsand hundreds as he shares lessons learned techniues andbest practices from working for and with some of the mostsuccessful companies in the high tech industry You will find thatthere s a very big difference between how the very best companiescreate products and all the re. Possibly one of very few books actually written all about Product Management and it's a good one I love how it starts with a bunch of things that people think are Product Management but which aren't I also like the simple framework and definition of PM around valuableuseablefeasible and how he builds up detail on achieving those ualities through the book Got a bit dry as it came towards the end but was a good length Highly recommend for anyone in or thinking of moving into PM

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Inspired How To Create Products Customers Love Read ¿ 7 ð ❮Download❯ ➺ Inspired How To Create Products Customers Love ✤ Author Marty Cagan – Why do some products make the leap to greatness while others donot Creating inspiring products begins with discovering a productthat is Ing to askyour engineering team to build will be successful How do you identify the minimal possible product that will besuccessful How do you manage the often conflicting demands Inspired How Epubof companyexecs customers sales marketing engineering design and How can How To Create Products Customers ePUB #199 you adapt Agile methods for commercial. tl;dr products need prototypes are grounded in answering emotions and can always be improvedProduct management starts with this book If you want be one start here then go find something that talks about the products in your field of interest or describes the process by which you get yourself hired or the way you raise capital to fund your own product But start here to learn what it means to build a product uickly and successfullyNot that you're guaranteed success Especially when you're working for somebody else your ability to drive a product from an Idea to a Sale is going to reuire negotiation with every other part of the business Most people are used to thinking that the idea in their head is the idea that will get delivered even though there are a dozen people working on the product And most companies aren't actually committed to the idea of having a person who owns the Idea of a product allowing the role to be implied by a project manager or chief architect or lead engineerIt's clear this is a book that was built from blog posts because there's some repetition of phrasing which made me wonder if I'd misplaced my bookmark Normally that feels like sloppy editing but here it felt like a successful lecturer who returns to a few key phrases to remind you of the previous point and how it aligns with this next oneI wish I'd read this book a year ago It answers 90% of the uestions I had at the time long before I acuired the title of product manager