|Which one is needed to work in technology: great patience, or an especially ordered mind?
Patience is far more important especially since people has differing rates of adoption of new ideas and new tech. An ordered mind is a requirement for self in all cases.
Both, with patience being a prime quality.
Great Patience. I have said more than once in the last 20+ years, I may have a degree in computer science but this is truly an art form.
Both are assets. I believe I have the patience and have marveled at especially ordered minds at work. In the short term, the ordered mind can prevail but, in the longer term, the patient mind tends to win out. Develop a team that has members with both skills and they will achieve great things.
Both. One has to be patient because, at times, things to not work as either the owner's manual says it should, nor your years of school. At the same time, one needs to realize that there is an order to the madness that sometimes exists within the technology world.
I think patience would be more important but a ordered mind will get you far.
Patience is what wins out.
neither. Patience isn't a virtue, where technology is concerned. in fact the opposite is true. and if we all needed an ordered mind to work in technology, I'd be the first to get fired.
Both; 70% ordered mind, 30% patience.
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Creativity. Great analytical skills. Perseverance. Great patience though a great asset tends to foster idleness. An ordered mind is an absolute must when managing technology projects and teams but not so much when actually creating within technology.
Patience more than ordered mind, but both are necessary and not enough by themselves to be successful.
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