Reading digest for January 2019

I didn’t write anything for a long time. In first, because I didn’t think that things I can share could be interesting to a wide range of my blog readers. In second, because some friends of mine prefer or can read only in Ukrainian, some in Russian, some in Polish languages and that was a trouble for me until I realized that all of them read and write perfectly in English. Unfortunately, my English is still not perfect but at least all of yours, my lovely readers, can read it. I am still doubting about format and topics, so, for beginning, I would start with some digest or reviews of interesting things I read and would like share with you.

Here we are.

There are some articles discovered by me recently and sincerely believe it worth to read.

Also would like recommend a few books for reading.

  • High Output Management by Andy Grove. It was on my list for a long time. It’s kind of gold standard in the industry for management on all levels. If you are interested in how Intel build the process that allows them to create incredibly complex, innovative products with high quality and ship it in time it with to read the book. If you are doubting to read or not, you can look through a short summary.
  • Inspired: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love Book by Marty Cagan. I am just starting dive in the product management field and can recommend the book all beginners. Author has huge experience and goes step by step through all pitfalls of product management: product discovery, market research, MVP, product validation, specific of processes, specific of markets and a lot of tips and recommendations.
Mindmap of High Output Management by Andy Grove



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