Monthly archives for April, 2015

Reimagining Training and Development:...

Reimagining Training and Development: Learning and Talent Development, Talent Management and Enterprise Learning Networks.

NL 44 by Iman Fiqrie “It’s about the transformation, not your transmission”; ASTD (2014). Training and Development Needs ncreasingly as IT and Training and Development (T&D) in organizations continue to be less responsive to learning and development needs, “…individuals and teams are bypassing IT and T&D to solve their own training and performance problems quicker […]

Concluding; Engine Room Watchkeeping

Concluding; Engine Room Watchkeeping

NL 44 By Mahendra Singh Chief Engineer Continued from Newsletter Issue 43 Editor’s note: This installment concludes Mahendra’s engine room watchkeeping notes. The notes have been very comprehensive and will be a useful tool for engineer officers and those who may be required to stand watches in the engine room. It is also very useful […]

InterManager’s Approach to Navigate I...

InterManager’s Approach to Navigate Industry Challenges

NL 44 G.Borromeo explains ‘Triple-C’ approach during CMA Conference ow can ship managers navigate through the challenges facing the shipping industry? With world tonnage expected to double over the next 15 years; with ship ownership increasingly driven by private equity; with complex changes in regulatory regimes impacting on operating costs; and with evolving technologies becoming […]

Concluding – A Journey of Hope &...

Concluding – A Journey of Hope & Aspiration

NL 44   Global Maritime Education and Training Blog By Capt. Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Continuation – A Journey of Hope and Aspiration Part 3. here to from here? “Like all young men I set out to be a genius, but mercifully laughter intervened.”– Clea Lawrence Durrell Key Takeaways Maritime Teacher Training, MET facilitator […]

Safety Climate

Safety Climate

NL 44 Global Maritime Education and Training Blog by Capt M H Hamzah, Senior Lecturer, Advanced Nautical Studies Dept, Malaysian Maritime Academy   he greatest power that a person possesses is a power to choose. (J Martin Kohe) Why do people still go to sea? Why do people still go to sea knowing that it […]

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