The easiest way to pull the rug out from under a port’s success is to ignore stakeholders. Seaports need informed, supportive allies to set the stage for..
Winning Is Not the Same as Succeeding — AAPA’s Spring Conference began this year on the night of the NCAA men’s basketball championship. For sports..
Maintaining coastal property for maritime activities is critical to ports’ success and requires ports to find allies and partners in other levels of..
Mentoring and teaching the next generation of leaders should be a simple progression if you’ve started the process early and have a plan in place. That is..
Coordination among port police and technology personnel is critical for physical and cybersecurity, and partnerships between ports, terminal operators and..
Security measures are much different than 20 years ago, and as we experience and deal with new threats, we must take the lessons learned and build on that..
Effective cyber-risk governance does not require a degree in computer science. However, an understanding of the dynamics of cyber-vulnerability can assist..
The port industry understands it can’t continue to depend on on-the-job training alone to prepare the next generation of leaders for the significant..
La forma más sencilla de quitarle sustento al éxito de un puerto es ignorar a los grupos de interés. Los puertos marítimos necesitan aliados informados,..
Cuando tienes todo lo que los demás quieren, se requiere toda una red de apoyo para mantener en funcionamiento el frente costero Por Candace Gibson Es un..