Product Management Resources

This list was compiled thanks to Sefi Keller


  1. The mom test, summaries 1 2 3 4 5


Root cause of failure - “should we build this feature?”

Growth analysis, customer cohort, distribution analysis - mostly businness stuff but aimed to explain how to use a lot of metrics to measure product market fit

3 things to make your product great

Best ways to prioritize, don’t get stuck :)

Which idea is better? Compare them

The best potential metric to move the needle

Tool for product strategy, because, while, without by trees medium

One metric is not enough for growth, i.e., “What actions could we take to lead to our users to..” and “Input metrics are leading indicators and output metrics are lagging indicators. By definition, it can take time for the output to reflect positive or negative changes in the inputs.”

  1. Get metrics

  2. Break output metrics into inputs

  3. Understand and monitor tradeoffs

better decision tree and a metric that tells us when and how someone will churn.

Design docs for products

Grammarly vs other solutions, in depth analysis of qualities

User product ideas

User stories, how?

Long and complex theory about how to do good or bad decisions

Modes of product management

Achieve product market fit, a product that satisfies the market, 2

Dont ask your users if they like it, let them say what they like

Asking better research questions

Managing pms

Visual vocabulary for product building - lots of theory and figures

Dau, mau, stickiness, wau, wau stickiness, cac, etc



Product Market Fit

  1. What makes things work, pmf rather than sales.

Escaping the build trap - designing features, doing more agile work without a brain is not a value for the client, using analytics can help us understand of a feature has value.

Asking the right questions and asking the client why are they leaving

Beginner reading list

A living list of product management resources

Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager

Do Things that Don’t Scale

The Three Jobs of Product Management

The 6 types of Product Managers. Which one do you need?

Product strategy means saying no

Minimum Viable Product Manager

Advanced reading list

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