I asked my paid newsletter subscribers what book most helped them become a bette... | by Lenny Rachitsky

Lenny Rachitsky

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I asked my paid newsletter subscribers what book most helped them become a better product manager. Here are the top 10 most mentioned books (in order): 1. Inspired by Marty Cargan by @cagan 2. The Mom Test by @robfitz 3. Continuous Discovery Habits by @ttorres

4. Good Strategy, Bad Strategy by @RichardRumelt 5. Empowered by @cagan 6. Crossing the Chasm by @geoffreyamoore 7. The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt 8. Lean Startup by @ericries 9. Hooked by @nireyal 10. Running Lean by @ashmaurya

Other books mentioned by at least one person: Build by @tfadell Lean Analytics by Alistair Croll and Ben Yoskovitz Turning the Flywheel by Jim Collins Creative Selection from Ken Kocienda Switch by Chip and Dan Heath Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath

How the Internet Happened: From Netscape to the iPhone from Brian McCullough No Rules Rules by Reed Hastings Traction by Gabriel Weinberg & Justin Mares Competing Against Luck by Clayton Christensen Zero to One by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke

Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss Predictably Irrational from Dan Ariely The Art of Action by Stephen Bungay Product Management in Practice by Matt LeMay The Right It by Alberto Savoia The Team That Managed Itself: A Story of Leadership by Christina Wodtke

Cracking the PM Career by Jackie Bavaro The Drama of Leadership by Patricia Pitcher Don't Make Me Think by Steve Krug Winning the Right Game by Ron Adner Atomic Habits by James Clear The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie Validating Product Ideas Through Lean User Research by Tomer Sharon Radical Candor by Kim S. Scott Just Enough Research by Erika Hall Principles of Product Development Flow by Donald G. Reinertsen

Sketching User Experiences by Bill Buxton and William Buxton The Choice by Eliyahu M. Goldratt About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design by Alan Cooper, David Cronin, and Robert Reimann Outcomes Over Output by Josh Seiden Decode and Conquer by Lewis C. Lin

User Story Mapping by Jeff Patton Monetizing Innovation by Madhavan Ramanujam and Georg Tacke Dopamine Nation by Anna Lembke

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