Livingstone Caesar

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Livingstone Caesar

Professor

Dr. Livingstone Caesar has extensive experience in lecturing at the graduate and undergraduate levels in Australia and Ghana. Dr. Caesar brings enormous wealth of experience to the boardroom of any organization. He is an experienced, Australian-trained management consultant and a seasoned academic with over 18 years combined experienced in both the higher education sectors and international business. Currently a consultant to diverse organizations in the following areas: project logistics, international business, trade contract formulation and negotiations, management processes and proposal/bid evaluation.  Dr. Caesar holds a PhD in Management and Commerce from the University of Tasmania – Australia and has an MSc in Shipping and Transport from the Netherlands Maritime University, Rotterdam. He has helped in restructuring and reengineering of the supply chains of many supply organizations.

The management and business disciplines mostly taught by Dr. Caesar include but not limited to: Principles of Organizational Behavior, International HR Management, International Management, Principles of Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Business Research Methods, Leadership and Governance, Logistics, International Trade and Corporate Strategy.

In recent consultancy projects, he also worked as a consultant to government parastatals in Australia. Specifically, Dr. Caesar has worked in the validation of forecasting models (for the Maritime Union of Australia) designed for projecting the manpower training needs of the Australian maritime industry. He has also worked on feasibility studies and cargo throughput analysis projects for Tasports (port authority) in Tasmania, Australia. He has also been working on international projects connected to the oil and gas, change management, development of coaching skills process analysis, strategy development and technology implementation.

Dr. Caesar’s research interest of focuses on but not limited to: Research Methods, HRM Strategies and Human Capital Issues, Trade Facilitation, Leadership and Organizations, Emerging Issues in Logistics and Supply Chains and International Human Resource Trends. He is affiliated to several global professional bodies in management and commerce. He has singing and playing of musical instruments as his hobby.


Published Journal Papers

  • Caesar, LD, Cahoon, SC , & Fei, J, “Exploring the range of retention issues for seafarers in global shipping: opportunities for further research”, WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 14(1) pp. 141-157. ISSN 1651-436X (2015)
  • Caesar, LD and Cahoon, S, “Training seafarers for tomorrow: The need for a paradigm shift in admission policies”, Universal Journal of Management, 3 (4) pp. 160-167. doi:10.13189/ujm.2015.030404 ISSN 2331-950X (2015)
  • Nguyen, TT*, Ghaderi, H, Caesar, LD, & Cahoon, S, “Current challenges in the recruitment and retention of seafarers: An industry perspective from Vietnam”, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 30(2) pp. 217-242. ISSN 2092-5212 (2014)
  • Caesar, LD, “Sustaining the supply of ship officers: Making a case for succession planning in seafarer recruitment”, Universal Journal of Management, 1(1) pp. 6-12. ISSN 2331-9577 (2013)
  • Amegago, S., & Caesar, LD. (2017). A Conceptual Model on Trust and Self-Discipline of the Entrepreneur: Preconditions for Capital Attraction and Business success. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 6(12). DOI:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.24940/ijird/2017/v6/i12/119791-282965-2-SM

Published Book Chapters

  • Cahoon, S, Caesar, LD, & Fei, J, “Human resource practices in seafaring: Opportunities for improving retention”, Contemporary Marine and Maritime Policy, Nova Science Publishers, J Xu (ed.), New York, pp. 85-104. ISBN 978-1-62948-809-7 (2014) [Research Book Chapter]
  • Caesar, LD, Fei, J, “Recruitment and image of the shipping industry”, Managing Human Resources in the Shipping Industry, Routledge, J. Fei (ed.), UK, pp. 18-36. ISBN-13: 978-1138825406 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]
  • Caesar, LD, Fei, J, “Work-life balance”, Managing Human Resources in the Shipping Industry, Routledge, J. Fei (ed.), UK, pp. 107-128. ISBN-13: 978-1138825406 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]
  • Fei, J, Caesar, LD, “Workforce mobility, career pathways and employee retention”, Managing Human Resources in the Shipping Industry, Routledge, J. Fei (ed.), UK, pp. 000-000. ISBN-13: 978-1138825406 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]
  • Fei, J, Caesar, LD, “Knowledge management in the shipping industry”, Managing Human Resources in the Shipping Industry, Routledge, J. Fei (ed.), UK, pp. 000-000. ISBN-13: 978-1138825406 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]

Published Conference Papers

  • Caesar, LD, Cahoon, S and Fei, J, “The making of master mariners: Understanding the incentives of a seafaring career in Australia”, Proceedings of the 3rd Master Mariners Congress 2015 – Diversity in Shipping Technology and People, 13 – 15 April, Australian Maritime College, Launceston, Tasmania, pp. 1-10. [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Caesar, LD, Cahoon, S, & Fei, J, “Breaking the psychological contract and managing expectations: developing solutions for the shortage of ship officers”, Proceedings of the 2013 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference, 3-5 July 2013, Marseille, France, pp. 1-18. (2013) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Caesar, LD, Cahoon, SC, & Fei, J, “Understanding and managing the complexity of retention issues for 21st century seafarers in the global shipping industry”, Proceedings of the 2014 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference, 15-18 July 2014, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, pp. 1-20. (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Caesar, LD, Cahoon, S and Fei, J, “Challenging the current paradigms of seafarer training and careers”, Proceedings of the 15th Annual general assembly International Association of Maritime Universities – Innovation in Maritime Education, Training and Research, 27 – 30 October, Australian Maritime College, Launceston, Tasmania, pp. 348-356. ISBN 978-0-9806391-4-8 (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Caesar, LD, & Cahoon, S, “Knowing the students we groom into seafarers: Going beyond the traditional admission forms”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium of Maritime Sciences, 10 – 14 November, Kobe University, Japan, pp. 1-6. (2014) [Non-refereed Conference Paper]
  • Chin, CKH, Fei, J, Mather, C, & Caesar, LD, “Comparison of use of Echo360 generated materials in maritime engineering and nursing disciplines to support student learning”, Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education, 8-10 December, Te Papa Tongarewa National Museum of New Zealand, pp. 1-9. ISBN 978-0-473-30428-7 (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Fei, J, Caesar, LD, Chin, C, & Mather, C, “The use of Echo360 generated materials and perceived student performance”, Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE Conference on teaching, assessment and learning for engineering, 8-10 December, Wellington, New Zealand, pp. 1-5. (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Fei, J, Chin, C, Caesar, LD, & Mather, C, “Uptake of lecture capture technology by lecturers in engineering, management and nursing disciplines”, Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE Conference on teaching, assessment and learning for engineering, 8-10 December, Wellington, New Zealand, pp. 1-6. (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Mather, C, Caesar, LD, Chin, C, & Fei, J, “Class attendance and use of Echo360 in Australia: A comparison between undergraduate nursing and maritime disciplines”, Proceedings of the 2014 International conference on new horizons in education, 25 – 27 June, Paris, France, pp. 754-760. ISSN 2146-7358 (2014) [Refereed Conference Paper]
  • Mather, C, Chin, C, Caesar, LD, Chandler, L, & Fei, J, “Utilisation of Echo 360: A comparison between undergraduate nursing and maritime disciplines”, Teaching Matters 2014, 2-3 December, Newnham Campus, University of Tasmania, Launceston (2014) [Conference Extract]

Books

  • Caesar, LD, Trade facilitation in seaports, LAP Lambert, Germany, pp. 136. ISBN 978-3-659-37795-2 (2013)
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