These skills are about understanding how to implement processes and organize resources. You’ll need to know some industry terminology, mostly in agile software development. It’s good enough to know the basic terms and concepts. You’ll find that each company does things differently, so over-optimizing on finding the “best” methods won’t be very useful.
It’s important to note that this realm is generally more in the space of a project manager (which is different from a product manager). However, if there is not a project manager, the product manager is fully expected to handle this role. Even with a project manager partner, a product manager is expected to understand and participate in the process.
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