5 Best Books To Help Prepare for a Product Manager Interview
Preparation is critical when you want to get your favourite job as a Product Manager. Let's face it: Product Management is one of the hottest jobs in tech at the moment, and competition is high. Luckily, there are great books that will help you stand out from crowed and succeed in interviews. Since you can't read everything upfront, we've collected the best books for you.
Cracking the PM Interview
This book will teach you how to answer questions like “How many pizzas are delivered in Manhattan?” or “How do you design an alarm clock for the blind?” and more.
364 pages, CareerCup 2013
The Product Manager Interview
The book contains fully solved solutions so readers can learn, improve and do their best at the PM interview.
304 pages, Impact Interview 2019
Decode and Conquer
Get Decode and Conquer, the world’s first book on preparing you for the product management (PM) interview. Author and professional interview coach, Lewis C. Lin provides you with an industry insider’s perspective on how to conquer the most difficult PM interview questions.
206 pages, Impact Interview 2013
The Product Management Interview
How do you structure a product requirements document? What are the right metrics to track when you launch a new product? How would you design a ridesharing service for elderly people without cell phones? These are the kind of questions you’ll get when you interview for a role in product management, and this book is here to help you answer them.
158 pages, Independently published 2019
Solving Product Design Exercises
Practice your product design and UX skills. Prepare for your next job interview. Learn how to solve and present exercises like these, that top startups use to interview designers for product design and UI/UX roles.
Today top companies are looking for business-minded designers who are not just focused on visuals. With this book you can practice this kind of mindset, prepare for job interview, learn how to interview other designers and find concepts for projects for your portfolio.
170 pages, Independently published 2018