Lyndon leads Operations and Project Management at the Digital Skills Organisation. Since retiring from the New Zealand Defence Force in 2005 after 20 years’ service, Lyndon contracted to various Senior Business Analysis and Project Management positions, specialising in business optimisation, process improvement and digital transformation for SMEs and large State Government agencies. Lyndon brings to the DSO invaluable expertise in training delivery, development, and strategy, coupled with a depth of leadership and management at operational and strategic levels of business.
What inspired you to join DSO?
Having been involved with competency-based training and RTOs for over two decades, I was aware that technology advancements had fallen out of step with the current VET system. Driven by the desire to make a difference, the opportunity of the DSO to shape the future digital economy of Australia was one that I grasped immediately.
What do ‘digital skills’ mean in your life and business?
Digital skills are one of the keys to Australia developing a future proofed, robust and world leading economy. Through wide collaboration, bold initiatives, and a desire to build a better place for the generations to come, the DSO is uniquely placed to make real change. In a time of uncertainty and unclear vision of the future, the DSO has the capability to foster and support growth within the vast and generally untapped potential of the Australian digital community.Back to Blog page