Transforming the New Zealand Waterfront: Les Dicksons Story Greg Dickson

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Transforming the New Zealand Waterfront: Les Dicksons Story  by  Greg Dickson

Transforming the New Zealand Waterfront: Les Dicksons Story by Greg Dickson
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With over 60 years’ experience on the New Zealand waterfront Les Dickson has been instrumental in shaping the way our ports operate today.In the 1980s pressure began to mount on the waterfront as customers sought higher levels of service. Les sawMoreWith over 60 years’ experience on the New Zealand waterfront Les Dickson has been instrumental in shaping the way our ports operate today.In the 1980s pressure began to mount on the waterfront as customers sought higher levels of service. Les saw this is as an opportunity for real change.

Through his innovation and perseverance he introduced new ways of working on the waterfront that rapidly transformed port productivity.One groundbreaking change was Les’ introduction of 24/7 port operations at the Port of Tauranga, which improved customer satisfaction and port efficiency. Les’ successes were all the more notable as the industry was heavily unionised at the time. His ideas were polarising but his rational advocacy led to better outcomes for exporters, ports and waterfront workers.This is his story, captured by his son, Greg Dickson.“The changes would never have happened without Les Dickson.

There’s no two ways about that. They were massive changes,” Clive Kilgour, NZFP Forests.



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