All books mentioned at Mind the Product 2019 in London

Lena Haydt
Oct 29 · 7 min read

This year’s Mind the Product conference in London is over, but no need to be sad. We’ve collected all books that were mentioned on stage, so you have plenty to follow up on. This will keep you busy for the next weeks!

Source: MTP London http://bit.ly/2MV2Kyo

Understanding Design Thinking, Lean, and Agile

Why read?

“While powerful concepts, Design Thinking, Lean, and Agile are heavily misunderstood. Jonny elegantly breaks down the real meaning behind these terms, and tells you how they can be used effectively to create great products. It’s a must read for every organization.”
— Melissa Perri (Keynote speaker, teacher, and author of Escaping The Build Trap.)

76 pages, O’Reilly 2013

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Analog In, Digital Out

Why read?

336 pages, New Riders 2006

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Testing Business Ideas

Why read?

368 pages, Wiley 2019 (NEW)

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The EQ Interview

Why read?

192 pages, Amacom 2008

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Pixels and Place

Why read?

“Kate O’Neill’s Pixels and Place is a must read for those of us fascinated by the tidal shift taking place around us in the way we envision the world and our experiences within it.”
— Mitch Lowe, Founding executive of Netflix

224 pages, KO Insights 2016

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Tech Humanist

Why read?

267 pages, Independently 2018

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Product Roadmaps Relaunched

Why read?

272 pages, O’Reilly Media 2017

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Product Research Rules

Why pre-order?


Super Thinking

Why read?

352 pages, Portfolio 2019

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Thinking, Fast and Slow

Why read?

512 pages, Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2011

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Antifragile

Why read?

544 pages, Incerto 2014

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Escaping the Build Trap

Why read?

In this book, Melissa — CEO of Product Labs and founder of the Product Institute — helps you to identify whether you are caught in the “build trap” and more importantly, gives you practical advice how to escape it. She brings together her year-long experience of building products and deep knowledge of how product-lead organisations work.

200 pages, O’Reilly Media 2018

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If you want to have a more detailed recap of all talks, check out the live blogging article here.

Do you miss a book on this list? Let us know in the comments below. #sharingiscaring #mtpconf

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