What are the best books for product managers, especially those with an engineering background?

The best books for product managers are ones that teach the basics of product management, such as The Lean Product Playbook and The Innovator’s Dilemma. Other great books for product managers include The Art of Possibility, The Power of Intention, and The 5 Kinetic Rules of Creative Leadership.
Additional books that may be of interest to product managers with an engineering background include The Lean Startup and Principles of Product Development Flow. These books focus on the importance of speed and agility in product development, which can be especially valuable for engineers who are looking to become more involved in product management.

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