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Visit ‘The PM Library’

300 books – 330 authors – 13 categories

Fancy a good read? Don´t know which Product Management book to encounter next? No worries. The founders of The PM Library bring the best literature on tech, product and business to you – every week with a newly added book. The PM Library is  a curated collection of Product Management classics including books like ‘Hooked’ by Nir Eyal or ‘Inspired’ by Marty Cagan, but also brand new picks. 

You can either browse through the almost 300 books, search among 330 authors for your next best read or look for a specific topic in the filtered categories from analytics over leadership to sales and UX.  

We especially recommend the Book Sips for everyone who cannot decide for a specific book right away in the jungle of product literature. Take a small “sip” of a book and get an impression whether it could be your next pick. Collections are great for everyone who is looking for some inspiration within a certain field. Rummage through the recommendations of product folks and get inspired by trending and classic books to add to your shelf. 

The PM Library is a great place to go for everyone who loves browsing through the latest book trends in Product Management, but also for those who just fancy to consume books in a nutshell. 

Here are our Top 10 Product Management book recommendations – trending and classics: 

“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.”


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