During the last decade, the oil and gas industry experienced a sense of resource scarcity, leading to high oil prices for most of the period. Combined with globalization, this led to a global “war for talent” and the creation of centralized technical functions that could deploy scarce talent around the globe. At a time of rapid advances in artificial intelligence, automation, and human-machine interaction, people will remain core to oil and gas companies (and their HR functions). In fact, at all levels of the organization, each employee will need to create ever more business value.
Given this reality, and the wide productivity differences between average and top performers, HR’s strategic importance is increasing. In particular, HR will create value by identifying the right person for each job in a more fact-based manner, and supporting these people to perform to their full potential. Thus, HR must shift its focus further toward its strategic role. This training course on “Strategic HR Management in Global Changes” aims to provide leaders, HR managers and functional managers of Oil and Gas companies with strategic transformation in HR management to cope with the fast and unpredictable changes in the coming years.
By the end of the training course, the participants of this course will be able to:
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