Skill Sets

Some articles on skill sets, skill set, set, skill, skills:

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity - History
... by changing their core competencies, workforce skill sets, size and composition, infrastructure, facility, and organizational structure ... The skill set of the workforce was predominantly software programmers, CM QA specialists, test specialists, data link interoperability experts, operational Marines and maintenance Marines ... New skill sets were needed by the MCTSSA workforce in order to provide software engineering and software support expertise to Marine Corps Program Managers ...
Team-based Learning - In The Workplace
... It is a set of developmental principles and routines embedded into the day-to-day processes of a work team such that team members continuously learn and develop ... The idea is that not everyone has the same skill sets and that there are multiple parts to a project ... parts of the project while also reiterating to the team members, who don't have specific skill sets required to get the project completed, how to gain those skill sets ...
Affluence In The United States - Status and Stratification
... As a result, an occupation that requires a scarce skill, the attainment of which is often documented through an educational degree, and entrusts its occupant with a high degree of influence will generally ... desired individuals obtain the necessary skills (e.g ... Both occupations require finely tuned and scarce skill sets and both are essential to the well-being of society ...

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    The believing mind reaches its perihelion in the so-called Liberals. They believe in each and every quack who sets up his booth in the fairgrounds, including the Communists. The Communists have some talents too, but they always fall short of believing in the Liberals.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    There are some occasions in which a man must tell half his secret, in order to conceal the rest; but there is seldom one in which a man should tell all. Great skill is necessary to know how far to go, and where to stop.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)