Whether your skills are ‘I’ shaped or ‘T’ shaped is increasingly important. As demands on organisations change shipping needs to talk a whole new language.
Everyone’s looking for ideas that capitalise on the exponential growth of technology and connectivity at sea, and the NavGrid is one senior industry veteran’s take. Captain Ashok Menon explains.
The assumption is always that new technology will replace the old, but breakthrough tech can also supercharge stuff we thought was obsolete.
There’s a new Seaconomics for shipping, but there’s a new paradigm for manufacturers too. Servinomics is a response to the tough new global reality, and in maritime one manufacturer is leading the way
If you’re worrying about COP21, then you can stop. Shipping isn’t likely to cause that level of pollution by 2050. But there’s a reason for that. It’s called the new Seaconomics. And it’s something you probably should worry about.
K D Adamson is a futurist and CEO of Futurenautics Group. She wants people to ask big questions, shipping to create its digital vision, and will sleep when she’s dead, writes Amy Berry.
Shipping and maritime is in a state of digital shift, but is it really a fish out of water? A ground-breaking survey is about to deliver its verdict, says Roger Adamson.
As the link between global GDP and shipping volumes decouples the industry has to find answers that will allow shipping to right itself in the digital age. Reassuring each other the upturn is coming isn’t enough – we have to grasp the New Seaconomics.
The shipping and maritime industry needs a new kind of event, that can provide the platform it needs to find and share the big ideas and accelerate its speed of innovation. Welcome to Shipping2030.