How to Get the Right Things Done – Building a Culture for Data-Driven Decision Makers
It’s never been a winning strategy but tolerating even a modicum of this mentality, today, can undermine near-term performance and jeopardize long-term success. The oil and gas industry has invested heavily in the last decade to create greater operational visibility, collecting data from the sand face to the LACT meter. Even with terabytes of available data, frustrations abound.
- Employees expect information and technology at work to keep the most critical data in front of them just as a cell phone “APPS” do in their personal lives.
- Regulators, communities, and special interest groups demand transparency into the boardroom, at the well site, and on the plant floor.
- Executives realize mission statements, large investments in data and technology, and digital transformation strategies aren’t delivering a better bottom line.
So how do we satisfy stakeholders and impress investors? How can we see what is needed to operate now, manage emerging risks, and neutralize longer-term threats?
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein
Join us as we explore how to think differently. We’ll hear from two authorities who’ve helped oil and gas companies on their digital transformation journeys.
- Chris “Flounder” Earl, retired Navy pilot, works with offshore operators and drillers to operationalize human performance.
- Adam Ballard, a mathematician, and engineer with two decades of experience in the oil and gas industry helps companies leverage technology and data into actionable insights.
We’ll learn how to integrate leadership and data analytics to build a culture of data-driven decision-makers.