A Product Manager is a person making decisions about handling the
product issues. In most cases, it is the same person who leads
the product development. There can be multiple product managers
per single project.
The Product Manager's
responsibility is to lead resolving and closing the
issues of the product. Product Manager must know the team working on
the product, and must know which member of the
team works on which part of the product. Product Manager must have an
authority to assign resolving of the product issues to the product developers.
If there are multiple Product Managers per single product, each Product
Manager must know for which part of the system
he or she is responsible, and for which part of the product
are responsible other Product Managers. This is necessary in order to properly assign
or route an issue.
Product Manager is notified by ITS
by e-mail about every change in the issues records assigned to his team
members. It means that Product Manager receives e-mail every
time when such an issue for the product is opened, when the issue is
resolved or closed, or when there is change in some
of the issue properties.
Product, Issue, Product
End-User, Product Developer, Product Tester, Product