In a world of rapid change being adaptable is paramount. Thinking about what skills are needed is only one side of the equation. 

The other consideration is which skills are durable (half-life more then 7 years) and which ones are perishable (half-life less then 2.5 years). 

Think of a tree. Durable skills form the roots and trunk of the tree. The branches create a semi-durable framework and the leaves are coming and going with the changing seasons. These are the perishable skills.

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Durable skill are for example project management practices or emotionally intelligent behaviour. Communication skills or critical thinking are also durable.

Perishable skills on the other hand are often related to a specific context. For example, skills related to organisational processes, IT platforms or packages.

Skill durability may be another lens to consider when planning to invest time, energy and budget.