In practice, you don't have to have all skills. Experiences and results really speak louder than a traditional resume. In a later post, we will cover the "touchy feely" "soft" side of Product Management. Comment and ask questions below.
Skills & Tasks
Wireframing prototyping skills
Web analytics skills
Marketing, campaigning the product, Public Relations (PR), "getting the word out"
Product marketing, publicity
Managing prioritizing backlog
Presenting roadmap, flow chart
Gathering and researching inputs from stakeholders and customers:
- From internal teams such as sales, business development, marketing etc.
- From customers through customer research, define target customers and personas
- On external market forces such as competition, market dynamic etc.
MVP wireframes (product feature list)
Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
User flow chart
Use cases, epics
Product launch plan
Product release (beta programs)
Tools & Techniques
Agile tools and techniques
Waterfall versus agile
PM best practices
Managing / Coordinating people
Product development teams