I have literally spent one month to learn about project/task/time management by read every Wikipedia and Stack Exchange page that sounds relevant. Because I have a chance to use those skills in a megaproject named My Life, I think I have somewhat experience for this. But a one-month skill is a one-month skill, and I wonder how strong it is.
Here's what goes into my cover letter:
Project, task and note management: how to well manage all of them is a real conundrum, since not only they are convoluted together, but also there are myriad methods to approach and apps to test out, each of them address a different level of complexity and combination of the aspects. Really knowing what we want and which tool to achieve is important here. For projects contains tasks span for several days to complete, kanban method is the solution for organizing, visualizing and prioritizing the tasks and flow. In some cases, story point might be a better metric to evaluate and prioritize tasks than hour. If there are not much things to research, burn down, burn up and Gantt charts can be used to extrapolate the delivering day. To manage all the ideas that coming as flood, a note-taking system that has multiple levels of section is very helpful.
Should I put this into my cover letter? Should I list them in my CV, as if I do have much experience on it? How strong is it really?
Besides this skill, I also have been reading a couple books on typography, since this will be a plus on my job. I think the situation is not much far apart.