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Take Charge Product Management

Time-Tested Tips, Tactics, and Tools for the New or Improved Product Manager
Narrated by: Eric Burr
Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
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Summary

If you're looking for an effective and proven approach to product management - one that recognizes that the majority of product managers enter the field with little or no training and must learn through trial and error - this is the book for you. Take Charge Product Management guides you step-by-step along the product management path with tips, tactics, and tools to make you and your products more successful. 

Whether you're a new or experienced product manager, or a seasoned executive leading a team of product managers, this hands-on guide arms you with best practices to optimize your time and effectiveness and increase your value.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2010 Greg Geracie (P)2016 Greg Geracie

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Really good start for a product manager

Gives a good overview of the key responsibilities including a little personal story, which makes the book fun to listen at/ read. Definitely recommendable!

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  • BeeSB
  • 15-03-19

Machine generated narrated, but good content.

I was a bit turned off to hear the authors'es (intentional) voice on the recording, and had to laugh every time the auto-generated narrators'es (intentional) voice failed to correctly interpret a written possessive statement (see above), but I tried not to let that distract me from the content. The information should help me and anyone else who finds themselves landing in a product manager role. It's a complex, challenging, and rewarding position. This text should be helpful if used as a guideline, but every company's and role's requirements are different. After listening, discuss your takeaways with your supervisor to verify that all the suggested approaches are desired.

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  • Richman Amitai
  • 15-01-19

Content much too basic

This book could be good perhaps for someone who has not studied business but is much too basic for the target audience described. I listened to the whole book and did not learn anything new.

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