The operationalisation of training to increase efficiency and promote operational excellence
12:15 - 13:15
Day 1 C 1.1
People are key to operational performance. But it has become clear there is a need to change the traditional model of “talent management” to one that is more operationally centric. Operationalising the talent management process needs to focus on performance management and increasing efficiencies.
An opportunity exists to learn from different industries and implement expertise from other sectors including aviation, military and rail, and genuinely define ways to improve capability and drive operational excellence within the upstream industry.
In this session we discuss how to link training far more closely to operations rather than an HR or L&D function, and the need to learn from other industries for improving operational excellence and efficiency.
Craig Deaves, Middle East Learning Manager, BP
John L. Thorogood, Director, Drilling Global Consultant LLP
Wan Mohd Muzani, Head of Strategic Planning, Petronas Technical Training SDN. BHD
Ian Hudson, Chief Executive Officer, Drilling Systems
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