Whitepapers

Five Essential Steps To Change Management Success In Oil & Gas

Five Essential Steps To Change Management Success In Oil & Gas

In 1996, John P. Kotter, one of the leading-lights in the field of leadership and transformation, asserted that less than one third of change management projects achieve their stated goals. This statistic has barely changed in the intervening 20 years. In the business world, oil and gas companies are the enterprises most in need of accelerated change management for a number of reasons, prime amongst which are: The Great Crew Change, Technological Advancement and Evolving Business Drivers.

Once change management has risen to the top of your corporate agenda and the Top Brass have agreed that the process must go forward – only then does the fun begin.

Here at Oil and Gas IQ we have bumped heads with our counterparts at the PEX Network to put together a list of five essential steps to follow when change management is afoot in your organisation.... 



SPECIAL REPORT: Safety First? Are We Really Embracing Best Available Safest Technology?

SPECIAL REPORT: Safety First? Are We Really Embracing Best Available Safest Technology?

Across the world the oil and gas industry makes great claims to have embraced ‘Best Available and Safest Technology’ (BAST).
 
In this e-book, Derek Park follows up some of the responses to his article 'Never Say Never Again’ which looked at the lessons learned from major incidents.

He also looks at some technology which challenges convention in pursuit of better solutions in the most crucial areas of well construction.