Product Management Checklist

“Make every detail perfect and limit the number details to perfect”

– Jack Dorsey, Square –


Level 0 – What is Product Management?

  1. A Product Manager’s Job
  2. Who Are These ‘Mini-CEOs’ And What Do They Do?
  3. What, exactly, is a Product Manager?
  4. What is Product Management?
  5. Steven Sinofsky’s Microsoft TechTalk
  6. Product Manager You Are…
  7. What Product Management Is Not
  8. Product Management vs. Product Marketing
  9. Evolution of the Product ManagerProduct Culture

Level 1 – Is it really for you?

  1. The classic essay on the role of product management
  2. The DNA of Product Management
  3. The Dark Side of PM
  4. Do I need to be technical to be a Product Manager?
  5. Ode to a Non-Technical Product Manager
  6. CA Technologies
  7. The 3 Skillsets that Make Successful Product Managers

Level 2 – Becoming a Product Manager

  1. How to become a product manager
  2. How I became a PM
  3. Do Product Managers really need a background in…
  4. Want to be a PM? Do a project.
  5. So you want to manage a product?
  6. The 4 ways to Break into Product Management
  7. 12 things product managers should do in their first 30 days at a new company
  8. 4 Mistakes New Product Managers Make
  9. Evolution of the Product Manager
  10. Starting and Maintain a career in Product Management (General Assembly
  11. Cracking the PM Interview
  12. PM Interview questions

Level 3 – Building great products

  1. How To Create Products Customers Love
  2. How to build great products
  3. Make Things As Simple As Possible, But Not Simpler
  4. We Love Lean – Lean startups, design, happiness and everything in between
  5. The Power Of The Perfect Slice
  6. The Ten Principles Of Building Great Products
  7. The Year of the Looking Glass
  8. How to build products users love

Level 4 – Get out of the building

  1. The Four Steps to the Epiphany
  2. How do you hone in on what users really need?
  3. Beginning Customer Development Ebook
  4. How do Customer Development and Product Management fit together? (2014)
  5. How to Structure (and get the most out of) Customer Development Interviews
  6. The Customer Is Always Right… Except When They…
  7. Your MVP is About Discovery

Level 5 – Requirements!

  1. Painless Functional Specifications
  2. How To Create Products Customers Love
  3. Silicon Valley Product Group
  4. Silicon Valley Product Group
  5. Silicon Valley Product Group

Level 6 – Roadmaps, planning and prioritization!

  1. The Seven Deadly Sins of Product Planning
  2. Product strategy best practices [with examples]
  3. Product Culture
  4. You don’t need a product road map
  5. The Inconvenient Truth About Product
  6. Silicon Valley Product Group
  7. Product Culture
  8. The pyramid model & what it means for PM focus
  9. How Am I Going To Move My Product Forward Today?
  10. http://dataerous.com/post/51810660125/dont-publish-a-product-roadmap
  11. Software Inventory
  12. Babe Ruth and Feature Lists
  13. What are the best ways to prioritize a list of product features?
  14. Before you plan your product roadmap
  15. Product Culture
  16. The One Cost Engineers and Product Managers Don’t Consider
  17. Guide to Product Planning
  18. Product Hierarchy of Needs
  19. Magical Thinking and the Zero-Sum Roadmap- Rich Mironov’s Product Bytes
  20. Drop Feature-Based Product Roadmaps

Level 7 – Working with engineers (a.k.a Bringing the Donuts)

  1. The care and feeding of software engineers (or, why engineers are grumpy)
  2. The ten project management commandments
  3. Tech.pro
  4. The Year of the Looking Glass
  5. The Year of the Looking Glass
  6. My ten-step plan for working with engineers
  7. The Iceberg Secret, Revealed
  8. Leading Cross-functional Teams
  9. So your PM sucks? Here’s how to fix it.
  10. Get the Product Management you deserve
  11. The product manager’s lament
  12. Joel on Software
  13. Peopleware
  14. Team Geek

Level 8 – UX and working with designers

  1. How to Work with Designers
  2. Working with designers
  3. UX Project Checklist
  4. The Evolution of UX
  5. If Disney Ran Your Hospital
  6. The Design of Everyday Things
  7. Emotional Design
  8. Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited

Level 9 – Giving and receiving feedback

  1. You Won’t Regret Positive Feedback
  2. Thirty Percent Feedback
  3. How To Run a Design Critique

Level 10 – Ship, Measure and Win

  1. Some Guiding Principles for People That Build Things
  2. Great Product Leaders Win Games
  3. How to Deliver More Software Projects on Time
  4. Always Be Defining Success
  5. The only metric that matters
  6. The blind product manager
  7. Ben Kamens, “Shipping beats perfection” explained
  8. Measure twice, cut once
  9. The Lost Art of the Soft Launch
  10. The Mythical Man-Month


Level 11 – Organizing a Product Management team

  1. Organizing Product Management
  2. Product Organizational Structure
  3. Good Product Team / Bad Product Team
  4. The Best Product Management Model?

Level 12 – Managing Up

  1. How to create products customers love
  2. Top Hacks from a PM Behind Two of Tech’s Hottest Products
  3. Silicon Valley Product Group
  4. Product Culture
  5. Influence Without Authority
  6. Management Clichés That Work
  7. The Art of Product Management
  8. Bad Managers Talk, Good Managers Write

Level 13 – Becoming great

  1. Good Product Manager, Bad Product Manager
  2. Be a Great Product Leader
  3. Top 10 Product Leadership Lessons
  4. Ian McAllister’s answer to What distinguishes the Top 1% of product managers from the Top 10%?
  5. What innate traits do great internet product leaders share? If you were setting up a program to train user-focused internet product leaders/creators, what are the traits that can’t be easily taught, that you’d look for in candidates?
  6. Musings on Product Management
  7. Hiring a great product leader
  8. What Makes a Great Product Manager

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