You know agile development methods and how to apply different project management tools (such as Scrum and Kanban) in game development projects.
You have basic understanding of intellectual property rights and product protection in the context of game development.
You are able to produce a game plan which includes staffing schedules and budgets.
You are familiar with work contracts, licenses and legal agreements such as NDA and EULAs.
You are able to evaluate the business viability of your game concept and pitch it to others.