Many in the oil and gas industry are wrestling with how their sector will shape up over the long term. How can scenario planning provide some insight for Boards and management?
A shrinking share of blue collar jobs and the increasing reliance on foreign outsourcing are driving political debate and making blue-collar-dependent companies take note. As you’ll soon find out, the prognosis is for these trends to not only increase, but to accelerate due to the rise new ways of working. These new ways of working include the increasing prevalence of automation, crowdsourcing, onshore outsourcing and offshore outsourcing.
Unless you’ve recently been hiding out in a sealed cardboard box (and not a Google Cardboard box at that), you’ll likely have heard of augmented reality and virtual reality; especially in their application as toys. But these virtual reality “toys” are being used to deliver real-world savings in the operations of oil and gas companies.
This special post was written by Dominika Warchol Hann.
What new disruptive business models will emerge that will drive powerful and systemic change in the oil and gas industry? What can oil and gas learn from other industries where collaboration is thriving?