What is your attention span today, and why is that relevant to the Shipping Industry?
“Too many changes in the Maritime Industry are causing so many observations and deficiencies!” A common coffee time discussion, isn’t it? Let us identify the common culprits and see whether they have changed with time.
Studies show that addiction to Dopamine, the rewarding hormone, is no less than a drug addiction. Here is some perspective on how that affects us as modern day sailors and how we can use it to our benefit.
Things are not always what they seem. Today’s young millennial seafarers pack a ton of possibilities but it will take a number of changes in the industry to tap that potential.
The way Millennials view authority is vastly different from the generation before them and this shapes a lot of aspects when it comes to shipboard work and Maritime training.
Design thinking, a branch of study which originated in the Stanford University, are used by companies like Apple, Google and GE to solve several tricky problems. Here is how we can apply the same principles to the maritime problems that do not have straight answers.
VDR Analysis is gaining popularity by the day. A close observation of the ones we had carried out brought out a few very interesting observations about today’s Bridge Team. Here’s our top five.
Bridge Teamwork does not start and end on the Bridge. This is a ship Master’s take on a few apparently insignificant changes that can greatly affect crew morale and foster Bridge teamwork on board.