Who should I follow to learn Product Management?
In a follow up to my last week’s post on which books you should read, here are the amazing people I learn from every single day:
- John Cutler @johncutlefish - deep thinker, contrarian to typical frameworks, amazing articles (the messy middle) and great visual storyteller on product
- Sahil Lavingia @shl - fenomenal, practical, succinct advice on product, and founding and building companies.
- Shreyas Doshi @shreyas - experienced product leader sharing in depth lessons from his time at Stripe, Twitter, Google and Yahoo. Deep threads
- Jackie Bavaro @jackiebo - author of “Cracking the PM interview” and the PM Career. Super practical career advice on product
- Melissa Perri @lissijean - author of “Escaping the build trap”, one of my recommendations to get started on product. Her podcast is top notch
- Hiten Shah @hnshah - Founder of KissMetrics, thoughtful thinking translated into product growth content
- Suhail @suhail - Founder of MixPanel and Mighty, doing a lot of building in public, with honest and straightforward product threads
- Lenny Rachitsky @lennysan - former Airbnb Lead PM, now writing some of the best PM content online in his substack newsletter
- Marty Cagan @cagan - founder of SVPG and author or Inspired & Empowered. Let’s be honest: every single PM started by learning from him
- Nir Eyal @nireyal - author of Hooked, producing content between psychology and growth. Awesome to learn how your users behave
- Julie Zhou @joulee - former VP design at Facebook. Perfect to learn how to deal and work alongside design, and to step up as a manager
- Teresa Torres @ttorres - author of “Continuous Discovery Habits”, content to get your discovery process in shape
- Ken Norton @kennethn - Bring the donuts author, one of the best product blogs out there
- Josh Elman @joshelman - someone with a product Midas touch. From Linkedin to Robinhood. Amazing content bridging venture, founders and product
- Andrew Chen @andrewchen - “the” person to follow on growth. Former Uber growth leader, now A16Z, writing in depth essays on how products generate growth
If you curate your twitter following, this is one of the best tools to do continuous discovery of frameworks, tools, mindsets and approaches on product development. Don’t waste it.
Out of these 15 accounts you can get daily content (+ all the past content I recommend you checking), which by itself is the Harvard of Product Management.