I am regularly asked for product management resources, so I put together this list of books, podcasts, and other helpful materials that I use to stay current as a product manager.


Inspired by Marty Cagan is the go-to resource for modern software product management. It represents the concepts and language of the product management, and I recommend this to all current and aspiring product managers.

Product Leadership provides a glimpse of what product management and product leadership look like in different types of organizations.


Build with Maggie Crowley

Maggie gets good guests and asks great questions.

The Everyday Innovator

Chad gets a lot of good guests and has a huge back catalog of interviews covering a range of topics.

The Product Experience

From Mind The Product, @lilylimpet and @randy_silver regularly cover good topics with good guests.

Product Love

Eric and Pendo produce a lot of good content and this podcast is no exception.

Product Science

Holly asks good questions about the craft of product management.

This Is Product Management

TIPM regularly has guests from solid product companies.

Unlearn with Barry O’Reilly

Barry gets big hitters on this podcast with a regular theme of what got you here may not get you there.


Mind The Product – Great content, but some require an MTP membership.

Silicon Valley Product Group – Regular updates from Marty Cagan that dives deeper into product management topics and is a good addition to the Inspired book.

Product TalkTeresa Torres consistently creates a lot of good product content.

Product School – Especially for new and aspiring product managers, Product School has articles and videos covering a range of topics.

Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links meaning that, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. Please know that I have experience with all of these companies, and I’m recommending them because of the product or service they offer, not because of the small commission I might make if you purchase something.