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Product Managers and product leaders continually search for engaging resources to contribute to their knowledge and effectiveness. After all, who doesn’t want to be successful in their careers? Success this personal necessitates the kind of books that are accessible, helpful, and filled with tools and templates to contribute to the success you deserve.
Steven Haines, Sequent’s founder understood this need. He devoted more than two decades to conduct research and establish performance benchmarks that identify what well-run companies do to achieve success with their people, products, and processes.
Our portfolio of product management books offers you the ability to hone your craft with just-in-time templates, examples, and guidelines. These books are the perfect companion to our product management workshops.
The first and most comprehensive book about how to get started as a product manager, The Product Manager’s Survival Guide provides best practices, practical on-the-job advice, and a step-by-step blueprint for succeeding in Product Management. Whatever your level of experience–whether you’re a novice product manager or seasoned Product Management leader–you’ll find everything you need to make consistent positive impacts on your business.
The Product Manager’s Desk Reference (2nd ed) has been referred by many as the bible of product management. Its easily accessible content provides the knowledge, tools, and insight you need to establish yourself as a cutting-edge product manager who contributes measurably to your company’s success.
In this definitive product management guide, the world-renowned product management thought leader Steven Haines clearly illustrates the entire product life cycle, from beginning to end. The Product Manager’s Desk Reference (2e) is packed with an array of best practices and helpful hints that are critical to the efficient management of products.
An essential resource for product management leadership, Managing Product Management lays the groundwork for moving Product Management out of a supporting role and establishing it as a vital, strategic partner with other business functions. Be sure to check out our workshop for the managers of product managers based upon this book, Managing and Implementing Product Management.