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I've been reading a lot of books and white papers lately, some related to the industry of the current product I'm working on. Some are further afield. There's always a good set of books about how to improve our product manager jobs that's coming out.  I suspect this will not stop but is another category in non-fiction or career oriented books. The one that I recently picked up is called, The Messy Middle: Finding your way...