Vladimir Pick | Undercurrent
Consider three challenges for the industry, that are also opportunities for fast-movers. Technology will inevitably evolve the most valuable aspects of the business. To take advantage, Oil & Gas leaders must build a responsive organization that can scale and up down with the market and cultivate its talent. Companies that do so successfully will be able to explore new offerings and geographies but will also be able to retreat effectively.
In The Headlines
Gene Zaino | MBO Partners
For many, the shifting work landscape has caused more than a few sleepless evenings. The growth of the contingent workforce has shone light on a myriad of workforce issues that will require thoughtful solutions.
Topic of Discussion
Joseph Allenchery | Infosys
“Buy land,” the American humorist Will Rogers once exclaimed. “They ain’t making any more of the stuff.”
That remark pretty much sums up why the oil & gas industry has been – and continues to be – one of the most important forces in the global economy. There’s a finite supply of the stuff and nobody is making any more of it. That’s why it’s vital for oil & gas enterprises to learn how to discover and extract what fossil fuels the planet has left.