Technology is advancing at an exponential rate and so are the skills required to operate in such an environment.

Aeppel (2015) states in the Wall Street Journal that it took 75 years for the telephone to reach 50 million users, 13 years for the television, 4 years for the internet and data from Sensor Tower suggests it only took 19 days for Pokemon Go.

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This info graphic highlights how industries, careers and ways of life are evolving faster than could ever be imagined. Digital Ninja Dojo is here to make sure you are equipped with the skills to adapt.

Calmness – Do you get stressed with prioritising large workloads?

Ruthlessness – Do you get distracted by all your interconnected devices leading to a dizzying spell of procrastination?

Weapon savvy – Are you bedazzled by the array of technologies that can be used to carry out complex tasks? Are you unsure about which one to choose and how to use it?

Agility – Are you slow to react and respond to constant demands? Do you spend a long time planning and carrying out manual tasks?

Preparedness – Do you find yourself scrambling around at the last minute to meet a deadline?

If the answer to any of the above questions is ‘yes’, then you have already identified your first ninja capability in need of training… it’s time to sign up for your first training session.

 

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