What are the best resources for product managers?

  1. #1
    Written on January 22, 2017
    Sun Su
    "Evernote is a great resource for keeping track of disparate items on the fly. All my thoughts, notes, and research are on hand wherever I go arranged the way it makes most sense to me."
  2. #2
    Written on January 13, 2017
    Christian Hicks
    "Asana has helped my company to become organized and to be able to efficiently identify the tasks we need to take in order to achieve our goals. When trying to reach a goal things can get disorganized and chaotic but Asana helps to maintain structure and organization so your efforts can be focused on the goal."
  3. #3
    Written on March 23, 2017
    Randy Pearson
    "Great tool for communicating between workers who are trying to complete a task. Very organized layout, tons of customization, I would highly recommend this for others who work in teams."
  1. #4
    Written on April 27, 2017
    Austin Peterson
    "Wow! Very helpful. If you don't have all the people you need for your project, try using this app. I was a bit skeptical but ended up willing to give it a try when I found myself in a pickle. And it worked! I was able to find a few extra designers who ended up being really good, and fun to work with. It's worth trying on a small project first, and get to know the platform better, but I suspect it can also work for bigger projects."
  2. #5

    $24 - per user per month billed annually or $29 billed monthly.

    Written on April 1, 2017
    Peter Barrett
    "A fun product for sure, but a bit daunting to start with. It might be because there is actually so much in this app, or it might be that it could have been designed in a way that makes it more intuitive, but to me, it meant that I was a bit confused by the goal of the app and by how I could use it to really benefit from it. That being said, after about 10 minutes spent exploring the app and trying things, I realized it was actually pretty powerful and flexible. And for something that looks a bit hard to crack at first, it ended up being quite intuitive and fun to use, and most importantly, very useful in helping me define what was important, the aspects I should prioritize etc. Definitely worth trying and playing with."
  3. #6

    Free - 30-Day Trial, varies by plan.

    Written on April 10, 2017
    Joseph Hernandez
    "This blog has helped me somewhat in improving my effectiveness as a product manager. The ideas are good and do help me to think in different ways about what I am trying to do. For addressing a specific need, I have to do additional research, but this blog has in some ways helped me to become better at my work."
  4. #7
    Written on March 31, 2017
    Donald Lawrence
    "Not exactly the kind of "resources" you may be looking for, but it's a community for product managers. The different points can give you an increasing potential source of resources. People are good resources for all kinds of things."
  5. #8
    One Week PM

    $197 - varies by plan

    Written on March 14, 2017
    Jason Lucas
    "The website starts with an clickbait article titled : the struggle and why YOU should take this course. One week PM is a course designed to teach product managers the basics of their field. The article is litered with personal testimonies on how the course is good, but there is no formal rating from an audience. The class curriculum is all out there, however, and the website does a good job at explaining everything you need to know. A concept that is designed for teaching, that doesn't skimp on educating it's audience on what it is and how it operates, is a pretty good sign to a good course. One Week PM seems to be relatively good if you need an online option."
  6. #9
    Written on March 27, 2017
    Victoria Delgado
    "As a Product Manager, this resource will help me tremendously. To be able to take courses, to gain the skills I need to succeed, is incredible. The list of instructors come from a variety of prominent businesses, which excites me to be able to 'pick their brains' and maximize my own expertise."
  7. #10
    Written on April 5, 2017
    Howard Hanson
    "This is a Udemy course, plain and simple, you get what you put into it out of it. If you take it seriously you will learn exactly what you need to know in a well managed manner but if you don't then you won't. But specifically to this course, it breaks down everything you need to know into managed chunks and with a big focus on why so you can actually use your skills in the ways you'll be expected to in the real world."
  8. #11
    Written on March 12, 2017
    Jordan Watkins
    "If you are a manager like me, you know how hard things can be, specially when you are just starting. "The Lean Product Playbook: How to Innovate with Minimum Viable Products and Rapid Customer Feedback" was my best friend and helped me through the hardest parts of learning about products, how to manage them and of course, how to help the costumer. I think every manager out there should own this"
  9. #12
    Written on April 10, 2017
    Ethan Harper
    "I've been struggling to keep up as a product manager and was looking for resources to study. I came across this survival guide and things really started to seem manageable for me. I can recommend this to any new or old dog who wants to learn some new tricks."
  10. #13
    Written on September 21, 2017
    Jack Patel
    "For a book about forming habits, you'd think the cover wouldn't be so bland and gaudy, but it is. I was suckered in by the great reviews, but this book is without any substance. It's basically a hodge-podge of common sense suggestions and a bit of new age drivel dumped in. I struggled to stay awake, and that was just in the first chapter!"
  11. #14
    Written on January 14, 2017
    Ethan Scott
    "I started using Product Hunt recently after a colleague mentioned it to me. Every day, I get a list of new products to check out based on my preferences. Some of them are not great, but I have some across a few that I have downloaded and have enjoyed them. I would recommend at least checking this out if you are a fellow product manager."
  12. #15
    Written on January 15, 2017
    Jonathan Walker
    "Want to learn the basics of product management? Do you like churros? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then this is the seminar for you. What could be better than learning a new skill while eating a delicious snack? Nothing, is the answer."
  13. #16
    Written on March 5, 2018
    Sebastian Hermes
    "The great things about thinkfield are its infinite canvas, the abstraction of information when zooming out, the integration of various data types and the possibility to work with multiple users on one project. Currently it is just a basic version, I am looking forward to what is coming next.."
  14. #17
    Written on January 14, 2017
    Philip Palmer
    "As a product manager, Mind the Product is an invaluable resource for myself. The multitude of content allows me to hear and see a variety of topics that I can utilize in my career and company. The articles address my needs and curiosity and the authors/speakers are all very knowledgeable."
  15. #18
    Written on December 10, 2017
    Jennifer Wheeler
    "Timely is an effective business tool for managers to track their employees time sheets.The easy to use interface is effective at keeping employees up to date on their work hours and manages their time sheets for you. No more paperwork, lost sheets, "I forgot to fill out my sheet" moments and incorrect entries. Timely is not just available available via a web based system but also for the iPhone, Apple Watch and Android platforms as well as Mac and PC."
  16. #19
    Written on May 19, 2017
    Jacqueline Jacobs
    "When my boss recommended that we use Magnet to keep things organized at work, I was pretty skeptical. However, this product has been the perfect solution to a crazy workplace. Magnet takes your screen and organizes it in tiles so that you can see what you're working on all at once instead of scrolling through different apps and moving in one at a time. This is a great productivity app, and I highly recommend it!"
  17. #20

    Windows , Mac , Android , iOS

    Free - month. Varies by plan. Free Trial Available

    Written on September 26, 2017
    Amy Peters
    "Trillian looks like an awesome office tool for product managers. You can separate people working on a project and place them in separate groups. You can then start a group chat within specific groups. Trillian will also keep those chats for you and if you stop a chat you can get right back into it later and all the posts will still remain. You can use it on multiple devices so if you have your smartphone and not computer you still have access to it and can still contact the groups."
  18. #21
    Written on January 3, 2018
    Megan Thompson
    "This book has a lot of great information. However, it has nothing to do with the topic and offers no solution to the problem at hand,"
  19. #22
    Written on March 7, 2018
    Lin Hao
    "If you're one of those people that like to work out like me and you like the time your workout this app is perfect for u"

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Best resources for product managers
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Evernote Apps 353 Free
2 Asana Apps 309 Free
3 Trello Apps 284 Free
4 Slack Apps 273 Free
5 productboard Websites 250 Paid
6 Aha! Blog - PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Websites 237 Free
7 Roadmap Websites 203 Free
8 One Week PM Courses 188 Paid
9 Product Management Course - PRODUCT SCHOOL Courses 155 Paid
10 Skillsets to Shift Your Career to Product Management Courses 139 Paid

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