Feb. 15, 2012


Description

Change Management for Integrated Digital Energy Operations

One of the frequently overlooked risks of implementing a fully integrated digital energy operation is the impact of change on the organization. A recent project in SouthEast Asia focused on the retrofit required for full real-time instrumentation of a 35-year old offshore brownfield operation. Analysis of the change trajectories of both the operator and their technology partners, and application of a field-tested six-step change management  methodology, focused on the dimensions of change critical to a large shift in business process. Specific metrics were designed and collected to determine the readiness of the organization for integrated digital change, and
communication and training deliverables were created to help increase the success of the integrated operations project.
This presentation will discuss best practices and lessons learned in designing a change management plan to address leadership, communications, organizational design, metrics, training and solution support. The change management plan was one part of an overall rollout scheme that also included workflow and solution  architecture, asset process optimization, and the design of a collaborative work environment to link offshore, onshore and corporate headquarters locations.

Featured Speakers

Speaker Jess Kozman
Owner CLTech Consulting Jess Kozman is the founder of Carbon Lifecycle Technology Consulting, and an international consultant to the resource and technology industries. His recent projects have included knowledge transfer to the resource industry in AustralAsia, data management solutions for unconventional gas operators, document back capture and categorization, predictive analytics ...

Owner
CLTech Consulting


Jess Kozman is the founder of Carbon Lifecycle Technology Consulting, and an international consultant to the resource and technology industries. His recent projects have included knowledge transfer to the resource industry in AustralAsia, data management solutions for unconventional gas operators, document back capture and categorization, predictive analytics on offshore equipment, and information reporting architectures for carbon sequestration.


 


Jess has recently been based in Perth, Western Australia and is a Registered Professional Geoscientist, a Certified Petroleum Geophysicist and a Qualified PRINCE2 Project Management Practitioner. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology and Geophysics from the Honors College at Michigan State University and has done field and onsite work with geotechnical data from all the planet's populated continents.

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Organizer

Carol Piovesan


Date and Time

Wed, Feb. 15, 2012

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Courtyard on St James

1885 Saint James Pl
Houston, Texas 77056
USA