As we work with so many entrepreneurs, we are regularly asked for product manager book recommendations. There are lots of excellent books about product management recommended on Internet, so if you’re looking for some essential product management readings, you shouldn’t have a hard time to find them. This time around we decided to ask the expert. So, we asked our very own Vladimir Oane, Director of Product at Hootsuite, what are the top 5 product management books he would recommend reading and why? Check out the video below to see his top and leave a comment below if you’d like to share with us the titles you’ve enjoyed most by now.
Master your product management: 5 books recommended by Vladimir Oane
Currently, Vladimir Oane is the Director of Product at Hootsuite. In the past he co-founded uberVU, a social analytics platform and various other businesses. About uberVU we wrote in the past in this Startup Case Study: uberVU – from idea to exit & beyond.
You can find Vladimir on his blog as well where he writes about business, product design and life experiences in general. In this video, he covers 5 books that he thinks every Product Manager should read. Don’t forget to share this video with your friends and subscribe to our channel for the latest updates.
- #1 – Inspired by Marty Cagan (0:22)
- #2 – Value proposition design by The Strategyzer Group (1:05)
- #3 – The Cucumber Book by Matt Wayne (2:09)
- #4 – Creativity Inc by Ed Catmull (2:55)
- #5 – Masters of doom by David Kushner (4:35)
If you’re looking for some more inspiration on product development, Noah Weiss, Head of Search, Learning, & Intelligence at @SlackHQ compiled this list of 74 Articles and Books that will Make you a Great Product Manager: from Horowitz to Christensen to Graham to Spolsky and more, a collection of the best articles and books from the best product leaders.