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Learning about users and their needsGDSStart hereRoleShort read
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GDS Design PrinciplesGDSThese will keep you rightRoleShort read
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Product manager roles and skillsHMGProduct management roles and skills needed in governmentRoleShort read
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The black box of product managementBrandon ChuThings a product manager doesRoleShort read
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Why Chefs and Soldiers Make the Best Product ManagersFirst Round ReviewValues of a good product managersRoleShort read
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Good Product Manager/Bad Product ManagerBen HorowitzClassic on product manager thinking and doingRoleShort read
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How to hire a product managerKen NortonClassic on the role of product managementRoleShort read
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What distinguishes the Top 1% of Product Managers from the Top 10%?QuoraViews on the role from across the industryRoleShort read
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How to work with PMsJulie ZhouAdvice on how to work well with product managersRoleShort read
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Let’s talk about product managementJosh ElmanProduct management 101RoleShort read
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Evolving product manager roleJohn CutlerProduct management principles, semantics and the cultureRoleShort read
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Agile manifesto for public servicesScott ColferThe agile manifesto and how it applies to public servicesTechniquesShort read
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Agile Service DeliveryJamie ArnoldHow to start and scale agile deliveryTechniquesShort read
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Asking the right questions to frame the problemBen HollidayGetting to the core benefits of making a product or serviceTechniquesShort read
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User stories: an agile introductionAgile ModelingThe basics of writing stories based on user needsTechniquesShort read
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Replacing the user story with the job storyAlan KlementThe basics of using the Jobs to be Done story formatTechniquesShort read
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Making sense of MVPHenrik KnibergDefining the minimum viable productTechniquesShort read
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A Minimum Viable Product Is Not a Product, It’s a ProcessYevgeniy BrikmanThe point of the MVP techniqueTechniquesShort read
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Mission statements vs vision statementsTop Non ProfitsWhat’s in a vision statement compared to a mission statementTechniquesShort read
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Agile benefits managementMike GriffithsWhat benefits are and how to track themTechniquesShort read
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Writing a business caseAnna ShipmanAdvice on writing business casesTechniquesShort read
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Identifying a good serviceLouise DowneNaming thingsTechniquesShort read
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10 product backlog tipsRoman PichlerSetting up and managing a backlogTechniquesShort read
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Tips for using Trello effectivelyEmily WebberSetting up and managing a backlog using a standard software optionTechniquesShort read
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Visualising your backlog: impact mappingJamie CloutingVisualising how your objectives map to your storiesTechniquesShort read
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Plans vs roadmapsJamie ArnoldKey attributes of a product roadmapTechniquesShort read
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How we made the GOV.UK roadmapJen AllumMaking the GOV.UK roadmap for 2017/18TechniquesShort read
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20 prioritization techniquesFolding BurritosDifferent ways to prioritise and their benefitsTechniquesShort read
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Ruthless prioritizationBrandon ChuViews on prioritisation from across the industryTechniquesShort read
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Focus on the Metrics that Matter: Identifying Your Product’s Key Metrics and KPIsHeather McCloskeyMeasuring the performance of your productTechniquesShort read
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The quick and the dead, or 6 things that change when your service goes liveMatt EdgarLinking delivery cyclesTechniquesShort read
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Five lessons on scaling PintrestSarah TavelMaking a product work for more and more usersTechniquesShort read
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Doing presentationsRussell DaviesCommunicating clearlyTechniquesShort read
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We don’t sell saddles hereStewart ButterfieldExplaining the mission and benefits to teamsTechniquesShort read
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Letter to shareholdersJeff BezosExplaining ways of working to senior stakeholdersTechniquesShort read
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Mountain Goat SoftwareMike CohnAgile techniques, roles and responsibilitiesTechniquesShort read
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You will not become agile by implementing scrumJurriaan KamerAgile principles, semantics and the cultureTechniquesShort read
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What is functional and non functional requirement?QuoraThe relationship between product features and constraintsTechniquesShort read
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Explaining the role of the Delivery ManagerEmily WebberUnderstanding what makes DMs happyTeamShort read
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How to work with software engineersKen NortonClassic on how PMs add value to the work of engineersTeamShort read
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How to work with engineersJulie ZhuoHow PMs can add value to the work of engineersTeamShort read
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How to work with designersJulie ZhuoHow PMs can add value to the work of designersTeamShort read
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10 questions to ask when reviewing design workBen TerrettFinding out more about what you are looking atTeamShort read
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freeCodeCampVariousIntroductions to software development methods, tools and cultureTeamShort read
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Mind the ProductMind the ProductProduct management case studies, views and trendsOther organisationsShort read
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IntercomIntercomWhat Intercom are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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Signal vs NoiseBasecampWhat Basecamp are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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Several people are typingSlackWhat Slack are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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The U.S. Digital ServiceUSDSWhat USDS are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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Co-op DigitalCo-op DigitalWhat Co-op Digital are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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BBC Internet blogBBCWhat BBC’s online and technology teams are doing and how they do itOther organisationsShort read
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GreylockGreylockDigital delivery case studies, views and trendsOther organisationsShort read
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Service ManualGDSDelivering digital products and services in government 101TechniquesLong read
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On Product ManagementIntercomGuidance making product decisionsTechniquesLong read
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InspiredMarty CaganProduct management case studies and techniquesTechniquesLong read
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The Lean StartupEric RiesCase studies and techniques for building companies and productsTechniquesLong read
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User Story MappingJeff PatonWriting and iterating user storiesTechniquesLong read
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Wardley mapsSimon WardleyPrinciples of strategic thinking, and value chain mapping techniquesTechniquesLong read
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What is code?Paul FordHow the net and web workEngineeringLong read
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Don’t make me thinkSteve KrugUsability and information designDesignLong read
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The Design of Everyday ThingsDonald NormanIntroduction to design thinkingDesignLong read
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The Phoenix ProjectGene Kim, Kevin Behr, George SpaffordDevOps cultureEngineeringLong read
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Let my people go surfingYvon ChouinardBuilding up a company, taking people with you and improving productsLeadershipLong read
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Creativity IncEd Catmull, Amy WallaceBuilding up a company, taking people with you and not losing your creativityLeadershipLong read
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LegacyJames KerrMaking leadership a team sportLeadershipLong read
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Steve JobsWalter IssacsonClassic on vision, leadership and the costs and rewardsLeadershipLong read
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100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About PeopleSusan M. WeinschenkWhat people see, think and doPsychologyLong read
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Tipping PointMalcolm GladwellHow ideas and behaviours spreadPsychologyLong read
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FreakonomicsSteven Levitt and Stephen DubnerUsing economics to understand complexityPsychologyLong read
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Thinking, Fast and SlowDaniel KahnemanHow people make judgements and decisionsPsychologyLong read
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Agile Product OwnershipHenrik KnibergClassic on planning a sprint and managing a backlogRoleWatch
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Spotify engineering culture (part 1)SpotifyClassic on agile software delivery at scaleTeamWatch
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Spotify engineering culture (part 2)SpotifyClassic on agile software delivery at scaleTeamWatch
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The Gubbins of GovernmentMark FodenHow technology changed the mechanics of government servicesTechniquesWatch
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How Google sets goalsGoogle VenturesHow to set OKRsTechniquesWatch
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NummiThis American LifeIntroducing new methods into organisations and how it can go wrongOther organisationsListen
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This is Product ManagementAlphaProduct management case studiesOther organisationsListen
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The Bottom LineBBC Radio 4Insights from leaders of organisationsOther organisationsListen
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Product PeopleMonthly in London and North EnglandProduct management talks from government people, freeOther organisationsAttend
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#prodmgmtAlways onCross-government Slack channel about product management, freeTechniquesAttend
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Agile on the BenchMonthly in LondonAgile case studies and provocations, informal, outdoors, freeTechniquesAttend
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ProductTankMonthly in LondonProduct management talks, freeTechniquesAttend
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Mind the Product ConferenceAnnual in LondonProduct management talks, chargedTechniquesAttend
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Working level for product managersGDS Digital AcademyFree course on product management skills and methods in governmentRoleTrain
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Product Management 101UdemyMOOC, £20TechniquesTrain
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Product ManagementGeneral Assembly10 week part time or 1 week accelerated product management 101 course for £2,800TechniquesTrain
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Certified Scrum Product OwnerScrum Alliance2 days, ~£1,500TechniquesTrain
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Product Strategy and RoadmapRoman Pichler2 days, £1,380TechniquesTrain
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GitHub explained from product managersDepartment of ProductWhat it means to push, pull and modify code in a repositoryEngineeringShort read
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