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The Product Manager's Desk Reference

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'The Product Manager's Desk Reference' uses the progression of the practitioner across the career cycle as well as the progression of the product across its life cycle to establish clear guidelines as to what must be done, when, by whom, and with what level of expertise.
Hardcover, 704 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by McGraw-Hill (first published July 10th 2008)
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Product Management is a poorly defined role in most companies, usually confused with Project Management (which it most definitely is not). Making this the best volume on the art, development and methods of modern Product Management that I have come across so far. A huge book (>700 pages), but one that will continue to stay with me as a reference for years to come.
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So far only 2.0, missing a lot of new way of working and methods. Some chapters are good some not. Worth reading!!
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A must-read book on product management for knowledge workers and entrepreneurs.
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