Published on Monday, October 28, 2013
On the other hand, hard skills are tangible, technical skills that are easier to evaluate and teach than soft skills. For example, hard skills are budgets, evaluations, risk management, timelines, variance analytics, and project planning. Hard skills are concrete and observable, and they are the barometers by which a leader can evaluate the overall progress of the project. Without hard skills and accurate analysis, the project wouldn’t be able to run or continue, and there would be nothing to communicate.
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