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Perfect Gifts for Product People

BY Chris Massey on December 15, 2020

As we come to the end of the wild ride that has been 2020, perhaps it’s time to treat someone (or yourself) to an awesome gift. We’ve gathered a selection of gifts that are perfect for product people. Some of these are great for those of us who need a little technical upgrade for their […] Read more »

The Product-Led Organization by Todd Olson: Free Excerpt

BY Todd Olson on October 13, 2020

In his new book, The Product-Led Organization: Drive Growth by Putting Product at the Center of Your Customer Experience, Todd Olson takes product managers beyond product-led growth tactics to help them transform their organizations, driving increased collaboration and agility, faster innovation, and higher revenues. Here, he provides an exclusive excerpt and gives you the chance […] Read more »

Build What Matters by Rajesh Nerlikar and Ben Foster - Free Chapter!

BY Rajesh Nerlikar on September 30, 2020

In their new book, Build What Matters (£26.99), Rajesh Nerlikar and Ben Foster introduce you to their methodology for becoming a product-driven company. Through their tested strategies, stories of personal success, and case studies from their product advisory clients at Prodify, you’ll learn how Vision-Led Product Management helps you achieve company objectives by meeting both […] Read more »

Build What Matters by Rajesh Nerlikar and Ben Foster: Get Chapters 1-2 Free

BY Rajesh Nerlikar on September 24, 2020 for Prioritised Members

In their new book, Build What Matters (£26.99), Rajesh Nerlikar and Ben Foster introduce you to their methodology for becoming a product-driven company. Through their tested strategies, stories of personal success, and case studies from their product advisory clients at Prodify, you’ll learn how Vision-Led Product Management helps you achieve company objectives by meeting both current and […] Read more »

How Design Makes the World by Scott Berkun - Free Chapter!

BY Scott Berkun on June 12, 2020

In his latest book, How Design Makes The World, Scott Berkun discusses how we can all use the power of good design to think more critically about everything we make and use. Here, he provides an exclusive excerpt – Chapter 3: What is Good? Get more with membership: As a Mind the Product member you […] Read more »

Read Chapters 1-3 of How Design Makes the World by Scott Berkun

BY Scott Berkun on June 6, 2020 for Prioritised Members

In his latest book, How Design Makes The World, Scott Berkun discusses how we can all use the power of good design to think more critically about everything we make and use. Here you can read Chapters 1-3: Everything Has a Design Building vs. Designing What is Good? And there’s more! As a Mind the […] Read more »

Book Excerpt: What Do We Do Now? By Randy Silver

BY Randy Silver on May 25, 2020

As the COVID-19 crisis began hitting home, a lot of the conversations I had with product people started to take the same tone. It quickly became clear that many people were dealing with the same basic questions. There was also a lot of confusion about how to move forward. As a result, I sat down […] Read more »

Product Leadership Book Review  - What we Learned

BY James Gadsby Peet on May 23, 2017

The long awaited book Product Leadership is finally about to hit our Kindles, iPads and possibly even our hands. Anticipation has been building given the high-profile nature of the authors, including Mind the Product’s very own Martin Eriksson. It’s a book that shows product leadership to be a mentality and style, rather than a set […] Read more »

Hooked - or How to make products and influence people

BY Alice Newton Rex on November 26, 2015

As Head of Product at WorldRemit I’m always looking for new ideas and inspiration. Who better to turn to than a man who has successfully sold two start-ups and lectured at Stanford on business and design? So a few months ago I bought Nir Eyal’s book Hooked. Hooked promises to teach readers how to build habit-forming products. The underlying model of all […] Read more »