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Oxford Management Centre

Operational Excellence – Managing Performance in the Oil Gas & Petrochemical Industry

Available dates

Jul 12—16, 2020
5 days
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
USD 5950
USD 1190 per day
Oct 12—16, 2020
5 days
London, United Kingdom
USD 5950
USD 1190 per day


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About the course

This is not an acceptable answer for Oil, Gas & Petrochemical operations where you and your business are wanting to increase output at lower costs, improve safety and reduce risks.

This highly interactive Oxford seminar answers the how? It will equip you with the relevant tools and techniques to manage the whole life cycle of improvements to move along the operational excellence journey.

Utilizing real examples, you will work through the operational excellence journey so that you can apply this on day one of your return to work.

Seminar Objective

  • Identify, prioritize and link improvement activities to the organization’s objectives
  • Analyze the ‘Voice of the Customer’ and ‘Voice of the Process’ to align changes to customer and operational requirements
  • Engage stakeholders to collectively remove waste and optimize the whole ‘Value Stream’
  • Select the appropriate methods and tools within the improvement framework
  • Influence organizational culture and employee behavior to support Operational Excellence

Seminar Outline

  • Develop your Communication and Influencing Skills on Need for Change
  • Identify Stakeholders and Manage their Expectations
  • Apply Critical Thinking Techniques to Data Driven Decision Making
  • Gain an Understanding of LEAN Tools and their Application to Oil, Gas & Petroleum Industry
  • Know How to Select and Prioritize Improvement Projects aligned with Department, Function and Company Goals
  • Examine Criticality the Process Performance and Identify its Waste
  • Understand the Behavioral and Cultural Aspects of Continuous Improvement
  • Learn and Be Able to Apply the Voice of the Process and Voice of the Customer
  • Able to Demonstrate the Link of Operational Excellence Activities to Bottom Line Results
  • Ensure that the Gains made in Operational Performance are Sustainable
  • Build a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Who should attend

All individuals who have a stake in identifying and improving operational performance within a regulated and safety focused environment, including:

  • All Leaders and Professionals
  • Quality and H&S Professionals
  • Team Leaders
  • Supervisors
  • Technical Staff

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