ResearchThe systematic search and investigation of information and information sources.
ExperimentationThe practice of designing and executing tests to discover knowledge or test a hypothesis.
NegotiationNegotiating prices, terms and agreements.
NetworkingA talent for meeting people and building out a network of social connections.
Relationship ManagementThe process of building and sustaining relationships with stakeholders such as customers.
Relational CapitalThe relationships currently held by an individual or organization. For example, a candidate for a sales position who already knows hundreds of people in your industry versus a candidate who is relatively unknown. in the context of a culture.
ManagementThe direction of teams and control of resources.
Managing ExpectationsManaging commitments and perceptions so that the work you produce matches the expectations of your stakeholders.
SupervisionOversight and direction of work.
AdministrationConducting processes and procedures.
PlanningIdentifying and executing steps that achieve goals.
OrganizationOrchestrating resources in order to realize a plan.productivity.quality products, communications and services.
Meeting ManagementPlanning, organizing and facilitating meetings.
Knowledge ManagementThe process of developing, capturing, communicating and using knowledge.
LeadershipA talent for getting people working together towards a common purpose independent of your authority.
Change ManagementThe practice of leading change including defeating resistance to change.
DiligenceApplying the level of care in your work that can be reasonably expected.
Decision MakingA talent for making reasonable decisions using techniques such as decision modeling.non-obvious value.leaps forward as opposed to incremental improvements. risk.preventing mistakes.financial controls, financial reporting and audits.
SalesThe end-to-end process of managing relationships with customers and closing sales.researching, developing, launching, distributing, pricing, promoting and selling products and services.
Technology UseThe ability to use technologies such as applications and systems.
Technology AdministrationDeploying, configuring and administering information technology.
Software DevelopmentThe ability to architect, design and develop software.
EngineeringThe application of science and mathematics to design and development.
User ExperienceThe design of user interfaces and other user experiences.
Visual DesignThe design of visual things such as posters.
ArtArt is the creation of things with aesthetic value without commercial constraint.Craft is the creation of physical value by hand.specific knowledge such as a salesperson who knows about a customer's internal politics related to their purchase decisions.
Design ThinkingA talent for applying design to solve problems and make decisions.
Systems ThinkingSystems thinking is the ability to fully model the end-to-end impact of things to develop elegant solutions to complex problems.
TeachingA talent for developing the competencies of others.
Skills, abilities, talents, knowledge, personal attributes and relationships that allow an individual or organization to produce value.