Opinion

CEO Chronicles 6: Mission Possible!

June 24th, 20190 In the previous article, we discussed the three questions that can change your life forever. Who am I? Where do I want to go? How do I get there? Many readers...

Sensory deprivation trouble

June 17th, 20191 Old fashioned engineering is boring. Computer engineering works. Computer-aided design eliminated the drudgery of creating hardcopy drawings and cross-checking design...

CEO Chronicles 4: Oh My Boss!

May 22nd, 20191 In CEO Chronicles 2, we discussed five traps we should not fall into when dealing with bad bosses. In CEO Chronicles 3, we reviewed the different kinds of bosses we can...

CEO Chronicles 3: Managing the boss

May 7th, 20190 Welcome to the third chapter of CEO Chronicles - the serial guide to navigating your liferaft in corporate rapids. In the previous article, Horrible Bosses, we...

No industry for old men

April 29th, 20190 The first step in making a change is acknowledging the need for change and by that marker, the maritime industry should by now be well along with the process of digital...

CEO Chronicles 2: Horrible Bosses

April 18th, 20191 Here’s the next installment in my guide to navigating your liferaft through today’s corporate rapids. A horrible boss is a cross we have had to bear, at one time...

Trieste, the skeleton in the closet?

April 17th, 20192 As the dust settles on the signing Italy’s MOU with China, focus now shifts as to how this new arrangement between China and a G7 country will evolve. There is no...

Shipping’s lost generation

April 12th, 20197 We’ve schmoozed and schnarfed our way across myriad events at Singapore Maritime Week. It’s been insightful, and yet I come away from it all with a rather sad...

Italy’s belt road embrace

April 1st, 20190 With Italy becoming the first G7 country to enter an MOU with China and its Belt Road Initiative (BRI), there are claims that the sky is about to fall in. Despite...

Shipping’s Y2K bug?

March 25th, 20191 Do you remember the fear mongering as the clocks ticked down to the dawn of the new millennium? The Y2K bug was meant to be Armageddon for computers as it was feared...
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