Logical thinking: The capacity to think in terms of cause and consequence, following a sequence of thoughts, using if-then logic to predict next possible outcome.
Creative Thinking: The ability to see and make things in a new or different way; capacity to think out of the box.
Decisiveness: The ability to make decisions quickly, firmly, and clearly.
Critical Thinking: The capacity to produce skilled, active, interpretation and evaluation of observations, communications, information, and argumentation.
Strategic Thinking: The ability to formulates objectives and priorities, and conceive plans consistent with the long-term business and competitive interests.
System Thinking: The ability to do abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts in order to study the parts and their relations.
Objective Judgment: The ability to make judgments free from cognitive and affective biases.
Observation: The ability and tendency to continuously scan the environment with respect to one`s area of interest.
Ideational Fluency: The capacity to think fluently without inhibition. The ability to produce a series of ideas, words, or phrases related to a specific condition or object, rapidly.
Heuristic Thinking: The ability to fill in missing information to make sense and solve problem. The ability to create speculative formulation serving as a guide in the investigation or solution of a problem.
Intuitiveness: The ability to use extra sensory source of information or combine information from multiple sources without much efforts. The ability to think holistic.