The talk is introducing new ways to think and work with the Research Skills Framework (RSF). It starts with the basic building blocks shown on the cheatsheet.
Everything builds up to the value chain in the first half. This is the core hypothesis about how skills fit together and a path for growing as a researcher.
All of the material in this talk is available to you and open source at https://www.researchskills.net/. The Research Skills Framework is a living project developed by the ResearchOps Community. I led the project over the course of a couple years with co-conspirator Tomomi Sasaki.
Wardley Mapping is the open-source framework we use for understanding the evolution of research skills. It was designed to understand the evolution of sociotechnical capital and depict the strategic landscape for technology business—and it contains such a useful breadth of insight.