5 (+99) Books That Are $$$ Cheaper Than An MBA

If you can’t spend thousands on a Masters, then read up on the same subjects

I’ve written previously about whether you need to have an MBA if you want to be a product manager, and there’s no doubting that MBAs are expensive and really time consuming, which means you really need to commit to it if that’s something you want to pursue.

Not everyone has access to the funds necessary to take part in an MBA programme, but with a few well chosen books then it’s possible to learn…

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Product related roles have grown considerably over the past five years, which means an influx of people who are starting out in a new skills area. Getting Started in Product aims to support these people make the transition.

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Robert Drury

Robert Drury

Helping people kick start their product management career with product coaching, job application prep, and product resources at gettingstartedinproduct.com

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