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Best Product Management Resources 2024


5 February, 2024

Sam Makad
Kayleigh Alexandra
Product management resources

Making software is complex. That means priming it appropriately and ensuring that the product of your hard work is deployed with optimal efficacy and efficiency, and that’s all covered by product management.

The effectiveness of product management can make or break a project. Inadequate management might lead to stalled projects or reduced profitability. Learning about product management is essential to avoid these issues as much as possible.

In short, it can make all the difference, so you need to commit to getting it right. That means carrying out research and learning as much as you can. We will look at some helpful product management resources to make that easier. Let's get to them.


Digital courses offer compact, flexible learning experiences. Their structured modules can give complex skills and insights at your own pace. 

UXCam Academy

The UXCam Academy is a new online learning platform dedicated to helping people learn the skills they need to succeed in Product Management.

Drawing upon interviews with seasoned professionals and case studies from top mobile app firms, UXCam Academy course offers a blend of theory and practical insights. The course talks about planning your projects clearly, and finding that everyone on your team is working towards one big goal. It covers the entire mobile app product development lifecycle, from ideation to launch. 

UXCam Academy offers its courses for free. This allows all people interested in mobile app product management to access valuable education without any financial constraints. There are no prerequisites. The course is designed to be accessible to individuals with varying experience and backgrounds in product management and related fields.

Visit the UXCam Academy website to learn more about our courses and how to enroll.

Shopify Compass

You’re no doubt already familiar with Shopify, as it’s a giant of the eCommerce world, but it’s invested heavily in educational resources since its inception. You could always see that from its active blog, but now you can see it from its Compass program, a range of tutorials, workshops, and courses. Notably, everything is free. Given that it launched in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, that may not have previously been the plan, but it was decided regardless — and online entrepreneurs would be wise to take advantage. 

Now, while Compass encompasses (excuse the pun) a large variety of training materials, it’s especially of value to product managers working on e-commerce products.

shopify course


Blogs and web pages offer quick, diverse learning. They make it easy for everyone to pick up new information and use it every day.

Product Collective

This site has a lot to offer. In addition to maintaining a popular and informative blog (albeit with use of GIFs that you might find excessive), it sets out virtual workshops, a free tactics ebook, and even a virtual conference along with talks and interviews with product leaders. That said, I’ve elected to link to the Tips page specifically because it allows you to choose the specific issue you’re researching and find some directly applicable blog post recommendations. 

Some informational sites fight hard to discourage visitors from leaving: after all, they want to keep them around to recoup some value by selling to them somehow. Not so with this site. The focus is on giving out as much value as possible, and that makes it deserving of the first spot.

UXCam Blog

UXCam's blog is a helpful resource for those exploring product management, offering insights on topics like UX design and product management. The blog, features a range of content from how-to guides to case studies, aimed at supporting product managers.

The blog provides practical advice and knowledge for the product management community. With its detailed tool reviews and user experience tips, the blog is valuable for professionals looking to enhance their mobile products and understand the nuances of product management.


Communities are hubs for seeking advice, sharing stories, and expanding product managers' professional networks. They're ideal, especially when you want to connect beyond your company's boundaries.

Mind the Product

This product-development community is another resource that brings a lot to the table. If you don’t want to sign up to anything, you can simply enjoy the huge blog (and even go through the list of product-related jobs if you want to give your career a boost) — but if you want to get more from the site, you can sign up to one of the membership tiers. 

Free membership allows you to join a Slack community and attend ProductTank meetups in over 200 cities. Go for one of the paid tiers and you’ll get a curated newsletter, additional in-depth content, video library access, roundtable discussions, and even online AMAs with notable figures from the product management world.

Mind the product slack channel

Women in Product

Women in Product, established in 2015, is a dedicated platform empowering women in product management. This unique Slack community offers a supportive environment where members can share their experiences, seek advice, and celebrate achievements within a women-only space.

Women in Product provides support from assistance in negotiating contracts and salary increases to insights into female-friendly workplaces. The channel also contributes to the broader goal of achieving gender equality in professional environments.


Product management books act as your knowledgeable companions. With each page, you can uncover valuable tactics, insights, and lessons.

Testing Business Ideas

Written by David J. Bland (founder of Precoil) and Alexander Osterwalder (co-founder of Strategyzer), this book offers a vast swathe of practical tips for systematically testing business ideas — hence the title. The fundamental contention is that entrepreneurs habitually fail to test their ideas properly before running with them, leading to countless failed startups that should never have been attempted at all. 

If you want to get better at validating your product ideas before you action them, then, this might well be the book for you. Give it a shot.


Safi Bahcall is a physicist and technologist, granting him a lot of insight into the deeper complexities of the business world — insight that he brings to bear in this bestseller with recommendations from notable figures including Bill Gates and Susan Cain. Looking into the science of phase transitions in the corporate world (those momentous periods during which groups become radically open to — or closed off from — innovating thinking), he explains how understanding what prompts these transitions can allow us to change how we operate. 

If you’re feeling creatively bankrupt, this book could be precisely what you need to help you get out of your rut and back into the world of innovation.  

For more ideas on user-centric approaches to developing products, you can read these start-up books.


Podcasts are a rich source of insights and knowledge sharing. All from the convenience of your headphones, podcasts are a great way to help busy product managers stay at the top of the game.

This is Product Management

Who doesn’t love a great podcast? It’s incredibly convenient to find a podcast relevant to your interests because it allows you to absorb information while doing other things. You can learn about the latest trends in product research while cleaning your house, for instance: and this podcast, in particular, is a great choice because each episode features a special guest talking about their area of expertise in the product management field. 

With an established archive of over 250 episodes (and each episode running to around 20 minutes or more), there’s plenty for you to enjoy — and you can subscribe through Overcast, iTunes, Stitcher, or even SoundCloud.

This is Product Management

The Product Podcast - Best for PM best practices

The Product Podcast by Product School has 300+ episodes delivering the best of the best content from all-star Product Leaders from Google, Microsoft, Slack, Facebook, and many other startups and tech companies. They discuss product management—from breaking into the industry to diverse team collaboration.

product podcast ss

Product management is a complicated area, and there’s always more to learn. Talent can only get you so far. In the end, it’s the work you put into your craft that will make the difference — and the resources we’ve set out here can help you hone your skills.

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