• Show an interest in complex technical systems
  • Understand the concept behind complex technical systems

see also domain knowledge

see also information technology

  • Have an affinity and a feeling for language
  • Express oneself clearly and precisely
  • Give presentations
  • Be well-spoken
  • Be able to explain something

see also language skills

see also communication theory and models

  • Be emphatic
  • Ask questions
  • Admit not to have understood something

see also communication theory and models

  • Adapt to new domains and new situations
  • Demonstrate flexibility
  • Anticipate needs
  • Create an implementation strategy
  • Adapt an implementation strategy
  • Make improvements
  • Find solutions
  • Recognise opportunity
  • Turn new ideas into action
  • Be adaptable
  • Be creative
  • Visualise new ideas
  • Think logically
  • Have fast comprehension, quick perception and quick grasping power
  • Simplify complicated matters
  • Explore issues
  • Check facts and plausibility
  • Ask key questions
  • Demonstrate critical reasoning
  • Consider alternative views
  • Make decisions and consider impact
  • Assess options for action and select the most effective based on context
  • Notice bias and risks
  • Draw conclusions
  • Explain reasoning
  • Question assumptions
  • Apply quality standards
  • Define high quality standard for own work
  • Monitor quality of work
  • Work meticulously

see also quality management

  • Recognise connections
  • Identify patterns and use cases
  • Structure and categorise
  • Work in a structured and organised way
  • Work out a timeline
  • Monitor progress
  • Manage time
  • Plan for action

see also project management

  • Work under time pressure
  • Identify tasks
  • Multitask
  • Prioritise actions
  • Coordinate actions
  • Devise a strategy
  • Evaluate success
  • Implement a strategy

see also project management

  • Prevent problems from happening
  • Eliminate problems or minimize the impact of problems
  • Identify stakeholders involved in a problem
  • Examine causes and context of a problem
  • Be able to troubleshoot

see also project management

  • Work independently
  • Be self-motivated
  • Work in a self-responsible manner
  • Work in teams
  • Be able to take criticism
  • Give feedback
  • Solve conflicts
  • Be able to network

see also communication theory models

  • Plan learning
  • Manage the learning self
  • Monitor and reflect learning process
  • Identify learning needs
  • Use different learning strategies
  • Learn by experience