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Powering the Energy Industry with Business Acumen
The energy producers of the world and those who produce energy-intensive goods face unique and ever-changing complexities that are reshaping the marketplace. These complexities include increased scrutiny of environmental impacts, green energy trends, the shift of natural resource exploration to remote parts of the globe, geopolitical instability, and the ever-increasing large capital investments needed to maintain profitability.
Leaders in this industry must grasp the enormity of the complexities they face, without losing the ability to make day-to-day decisions on strategic initiatives, operational choices, and technological advances.
"Definitely one fo the best courses in my 25 years in the company. Our instructor was energetic, enthusiastic, knowledgeable etc. which made the difference."
Operations Planning & Resources
Energy clients includes…
of the Top 10 Energy Companies and 6 of the Top 20
Largest Oil Company in the United States
of 6 Big Oil "Super Majors"
Energy leaders engage us to improve
Know the strategic direction of your organization in order to align your priorities accordingly to enable optimal impact.
Understand and effectively communicate where your organization is going and how it is doing to connect your employees’ roles to your organization’s success.
Increase your fluency of the metrics most vital to measure organizational and financial success and the key levers to pull to move the needle.
Make better, smarter, faster decisions that will drive impact and organizational success since every organization needs more employees at all levels to think like business people.
Drive better alignment and clarity of direction with the decisions you make with the organizations you lead or support. Do this by speaking the language of business and finance.
"Great course! Best part was completing the NTF analysis for similar companies and comparing each financial position. Looking forward to applying what I learned at work and in my personal investment strategy."
Facilities Project Manager