Securing Digital Transformation for Shipping Companies

Securing Digital Transformation for Shipping Companies

 

ILS in conjunction with DNV GL presents to you

Securing Digital Transformation for Shipping Companies

14 & 15 October 2019 | 08:30am to 05:00pm | Singapore

Course Objective

The participant will:

  • Understand what Digital Transformation in Maritime industry and impact on business to meet the challenging regulatory environment
  • Highlight the use of Digital Technologies and Data Management for shipping industry
  • How the use of technology can help achieve a carbon robust maritime environment
  • Know what to consider for Information Risk and Cyber Security during Digital Transformation
  • Gain insights on the transformation pitfalls and challenges

SGD$ 1,230.50 w/GST (SGD$ 1,150)
*MCF training grant available for eligible participants

Closing date for registration: 13 September 2019, Friday.

Trainers:

Shahrin Osman, DNV GL – Regional Head of Maritime Advisory South East Asia, Pacific & India 

M Shahrin Osman joined DNV GL Maritime Advisory Asia-Pacific unit in 2008 after more than 15 years workingin Maersk and P&O Nedlloyd with regional line management responsibility covering procurement, operations, efficiency improvements, IT implementation and change management for Asia-Pacificcountries based in Singapore. His interest in Collaborative Leadership, Industry Cluster analysis, Strategy, Maritime Sustainability, Digitalisation and International Benchmarking have guided his work at DNV GL to serving internal and external clients within the maritime industry in Asia, Europe and North America.

Shahrin has been a frequent guest speaker at industry conferences focussing on the topic of Maritime Cluster, Digitalisation and Sustainability in the maritime sector. He is the co-author for the third edition of the influential “Leading Maritime Capitals of the World” 2017 and 2019 reports which benchmarks the world’s top maritime hub cities using nearly 50 objective and subjective indicators, working together with Menon Economics of Oslo. In his current role, he is responsible for the maritime consulting business, R&D and innovation within the areas on decarbonisation in Shipping, as well as digitalisation initiatives for maritime eco-system in Singapore, including working with start-ups and scale-ups.

He has a Bachelor in Management from University of London, MSc in Maritime Studies from NTU Singapore, and attended the Executive programs at IMD on “Leading Digital Business Transformation” and “Future Technologies” at UC Berkeley. He is currently completing his Doctorate degree with research on maritime cluster strategy and innovative eco-system.

Nicholas Soon, DNV GL – Head of Smart Cities, Digital Hub, Asia,

Nicholas is the Asia Pacific Smart Cities practitioner in DNV GL and leads a team to engage the clients in the areas in Infrastructure Efficiency, Climate Resilience and Cyber Security. DNV GL has recently launched the Digital Hub in Singapore and he leads the business development with the Maritime, Oil and Gas and Energy business areas to conduct Digital Transformation, Information Risk Management and Data Management advisory services.

He has built a sound network and solid foundation for his career as a Technology Strategist at Microsoft. He was with Microsoft Singapore for 8 years as a trusted technology advisor to the Government agencies, Enterprises and research institutes in Singapore and the region. His key focus areas were building digital opportunities around Smart Cities, E-Government Services, Sustainability and Resiliency areas.

Jessica Choo, Managing Partner/ Principal Consultant of Integrated Learning Systems (ILS)

Jessica Choo is the co-founder and managing partner of Integrated Learning Systems (ILS), an award-winning consultancy dedicated to helping people-oriented organizations optimize and engage their people for greater organizational success. With more than 25 years’ consulting and operational experience, Jessica has extensive working knowledge in the areas of performance consulting, talent development, business management, leadership and team development, change management, and customer relationship management.

A highly-established learning and development consultant, she has addressed over 15,000 executives across 20 countries. During some of the strategic assignments involving ministers and prominent CEOs in Singapore, Jessica demonstrated her capability to focus the group and achieve progress and buy-in through her effective facilitation. She is credited with her ability to add value by combining academic foundation with practical experience. Her training style is interactive, systematic and yet combines with a warm communicative approach that makes her both effective and interesting.