Product Management Untagled

Product Management Untangled by Dinker Charak

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Kuldeep Singh on Product Management Untangled by Dinker Charak

The book “Product Management Untangled” is a comprehensive exploration of product development that delves into the true essence of product management. It serves as an invaluable resource for both seasoned product professionals and accidental Product Managers like me, who found themselves drawn into technical product management through the inspiring work of Dinker. His ability to simplify complex concepts makes the content accessible for both techies and non-techies, bridging the gap and ensuring that the world of product management is not alien to anyone.

In the digital age, where everyone strives to place Tech@Core of business, Dinker’s book provides a profound understanding beyond the surface. It is a must-read for anyone looking to grasp the genuine meaning of product management. Whether you possess specialized skills or find yourself involved in development in any capacity, this book sheds light on the universal need for product management. Highly recommended for those ready to get their hands dirty and truly comprehend the essence of this crucial discipline.

 – Kuldeep Singh, Technical Director, Thoughtworks, author of ‘Exploring the Metaverse.’

“There are several nuances and facets to Product management, and Dinker does a fabulous job of presenting the landscape of those facets and nuances to the aspiring product folks.  It’s rare to find a book that addresses the diversity of roles in the product management space, including, even the unconventional consulting product manager’s role. Another fantastic aspect of the book is the well curated compilation of a variety of topics, frameworks, and methodologies. It’s a great starter kit for an upcoming product person. It’s the kind of book I wish I could have laid my hands on, early in my career.”

 – Mangalam Nandakumar, author of ‘Lean Product Management: Successful products from fuzzy business ideas.’

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