Managing the human side of digital change - Halifax case study
Often technology is the easiest part in the digitalisation of ports and harbours. The challenge lies in the change of culture for the people who will need to work with the new solutions. In this joint paper we wrote with Halifax Port Authority we explore both the success factors and what we have learned from introducing a modern Port Management Information System at the Port of Halifax.
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Saab 2000 is now certified for passenger flight in Canada
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Deployable health care where it matters
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