it’s been a few weeks since I wrote the last Weekend Reading. Just too much going on.
We have done a few Product Management-related projects recently. As Product Management is still somewhat less understood in Europe (some of our definitions here) – I have been asked a couple of times about sources for product management insight.
So – ta-daaa – here’s my brand new and hand-curated product management blog list.
Enjoy the interesting materials, and have a great weekend!
One of my favorite places for insights from multiple sources (writers include Product Dave, Scott Middleton, Kyle Evans, …): Product Coalition. Check this out: The complete checklist to truly understand your customer
Mind the Product – another great community. While – as of recent – much of it is behind a paywall, it’s still worthwhile checking out. Check this out: Roadmaps-OKRs-Vision-Prioritisation with Bruce McCarthy
Marty Cagan has served as an executive responsible for defining and building products for some of most renowned names in tech, including Hewlett-Packard, Netscape Communications, and eBay. He has written our all time favorite product management book “Inspired – How to Create Tech Products Customers Love” and is the founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group. Check this out: Product Leadership is Hard
Rich Mironov is a seasoned VP-level tech executive and has been the “product guy” at six start-ups including as CEO and VP Product Management. Check this out: How Product Can (and Can’t) Speed Up Development
Roman Pichler is an Agile and Product management expert. He’s written (among others) helpful books like “How to Lead in Product Management” and “Agile Product Management with Scrum”. Check this out: Sustainable Pace in Product Management
Brian de Haaf is the co-founder and CEO of Aha!, a Product Management and roadmapping software that makes a lot of sense to us. Aha!’s blog is sprinkled with Brian’s quick takes on many product-related topics. Check this out: Hey product managers, stop pissing-off the engineers
Steve Bromley is a user research expert specialising in games and used to be a senior researcher for PlayStation. Check this out: How does user research help make better product decisions?
Teresa Torres is the dean of product discovery, who helps teams gain valuable insights from customer interviews, run effective product experiments, and drive valuable product outcomes. Check this out: Opportunity mapping
Cindy Alvarez, is the Author of “Lean Customer Development” and Director of Customer Research at GitHub (now a subsidiary of Microsoft). Check this out: What does wishful thinking validation look like?
NirEyal – Author of incredibly insightful books (“Hooked”) and an expert in behavioural psychology with a background in motivating and manipulating users from his days in the video gaming and advertising industries. See also here on Medium. Check this out: Hooked on clubhouse app
Marten Dalmijn is a Senior Product Owner at Rodeo and a prolific writer on topics pertaining to Scrum, Product Management, and their overlap. Check this out: The only thing that matters when planning a sprint