Leadership innovation diversity & culture

Leaders face an almost insurmountable challenge. Delivering today whilst preparing their businesses for a radically different tomorrow requires a new approach to leadership – a focus on culture, diverse talent and the ability to create and articulate an innovative company and industry vision.

Leadership innovation diversity & culture

Leaders face an almost insurmountable challenge. Delivering today whilst preparing their businesses for a radically different tomorrow requires a new approach to leadership – a focus on culture, diverse talent and the ability to create and articulate an innovative company and industry vision.

authenticity

autonomy

curiosity

collaboration

Culture eats strategy for breakfast, and together with mindset it will play a pivotal role in success and failure for leaders and their companies in the 2020s.

Leading shipping & maritime companies in the 2020s will require an entirely new set of skills and competencies. As radical transparency begins to impact shipping its established practices and revenue streams will come under increasing pressure.

From the sustainability of ships and cargoes to diversity & inclusion, decarbonisation, new agile businesses and models and the Circular Economy, leaders, boards and their executive teams need new, adaptable frameworks and strategies to transform their organisations.

Leaders face a complex challenge as stakeholders expect both positive quarterly numbers alongside radical transformative thinking and wholesale change programmes. Achieving both depends on a bold and inspiring company and industry vision, delivered authentically and consistently by the CEO and executive team. 

From agile and cross-functional working to break down company silos, to new talent acquisition and retention strategies prioritising cognitive, gender and neurodiverse teams, leaders have to be both curious and collaborative, capable of stepping back from the traditional competitive paradigm, taking an enterprise and ecosystem view, and enabling an organisation which works from the outside-in.

The word innovation is everywhere, and for shipping and maritime companies it’s often shorthand for digitalisation. But both incremental and more disruptive innovation begins not with the technology, but the customer. Really engaging with customers means collaborating with them to understand how the rapidly changing global environment – digitalisation, decarbonisation and circularity – will impact both them, and their end-customers. That’s where truly successful innovation and new value propositions start.

authenticity

autonomy

curiosity

collaboration

Culture eats strategy for breakfast, and together with mindset it will play a pivotal role in success and failure for leaders and their companies in the 2020s.

Leading shipping & maritime companies in the 2020s will require an entirely new set of skills and competencies. As radical transparency begins to impact shipping its established practices and revenue streams will come under increasing pressure.

From the sustainability of ships and cargoes to diversity & inclusion, decarbonisation, new agile businesses and models and the Circular Economy, leaders, boards and their executive teams need new, adaptable frameworks and strategies to transform their organisations.

Leaders face a complex challenge as stakeholders expect both positive quarterly numbers alongside radical transformative thinking and wholesale change programmes. Achieving both depends on a bold and inspiring company and industry vision, delivered authentically and consistently by the CEO and executive team. 

From agile and cross-functional working to break down company silos, to new talent acquisition and retention strategies prioritising cognitive, gender and neurodiverse teams, leaders have to be both curious and collaborative, capable of stepping back from the traditional competitive paradigm, taking an enterprise and ecosystem view, and enabling an organisation which works from the outside-in.

The word innovation is everywhere, and for shipping and maritime companies it’s often shorthand for digitalisation. But both incremental and more disruptive innovation begins not with the technology, but the customer. Really engaging with customers means collaborating with them to understand how the rapidly changing global environment – digitalisation, decarbonisation and circularity – will impact both them, and their end-customers. That’s where truly successful innovation and new value propositions start.

In a 24/7 world leaders are always-on. As the pressure to deliver, transform and create new value increases and the spotlight on a previously anonymous industry intensifies there are no shortage of sources of advice, but knowing which to take is difficult.

At Futurenautics we believe that the ability to share, network and collaborate is of critical importance to leaders both now, and in the years ahead. Over the past ten years we’ve been gathering together a network of senior leaders, innovators, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, big thinkers, smart operators and visionaries. As a result we’re proud to be connected with some of the most committed and dynamic people in the shipping and maritime industry, and we cherish those relationships.

We work alongside them all, delivering formal individual executive coaching, consulting and support, but also connecting them together at roundtables, retreats, workshops and dinners. As the 2020s gathers pace, trust will become the most valuable commodity on the planet and it’s critical to building successful ecosystems. Reaching out to Futurenautics puts you in touch with that trusted network and its collective wisdom and support. And such introductions will never cost you anything. Trust us.

the most valuable commodity on the planet – trust

Reaching out to Futurenautics connects you with a trusted network of leaders, innovators, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, big thinkers, smart operators and visionaries and its collective wisdom and support.

the most valuable commodity on the planet – trust

Reaching out to Futurenautics connects you with a trusted network of leaders, innovators, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, big thinkers, smart operators and visionaries and its collective wisdom and support.

In a 24/7 world leaders are always-on. As the pressure to deliver, transform and create new value increases and the spotlight on a previously anonymous industry intensifies there are no shortage of sources of advice, but knowing which to take is difficult.

At Futurenautics we believe that the ability to share, network and collaborate is of critical importance to leaders both now, and in the years ahead. Over the past ten years we’ve been gathering together a network of senior leaders, innovators, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, big thinkers, smart operators and visionaries. As a result we’re proud to be connected with some of the most committed and dynamic people in the shipping and maritime industry, and we cherish those relationships.

We work alongside them all, delivering formal individual executive coaching, consulting and support, but also connecting them together at roundtables, retreats, workshops and dinners. As the 2020s gathers pace, trust will become the most valuable commodity on the planet and it’s critical to building successful ecosystems. Reaching out to Futurenautics puts you in touch with that trusted network and its collective wisdom and support. And such introductions will never cost you anything. Trust us.

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