About the WebSeminar
Digital transformation covers a wide range of changes in technology, society, consumer markets, working culture, just to name a few. The oil and gas industry are no stranger to these developments and are catching up quickly in digital evolution. Increasing IoT technology adaptation and enhanced data accessibility is transforming working culture while additionally demanding new skills. How do people and culture adapt to using the new tools available? Digital tools enable and request a different kind of company culture. New, efficient workflows both demand and enable radical transparency, democratise information and foster cross-company collaboration.
This development is driven top-down by the need to increase efficiency and save costs as well as bottom-up by the workforce increasingly asking for purpose in their work and empowerment to prove their value. Although the daily steps seem small the impact is the deepest and widest long term change in the way everyone will work since computers came on our desk.
Since Wintershall Dea is aiming to leverage digital transformation at scale, to develop and scale up digital solutions that have a measurable impact in its core E&P business and hence it is developing its workforce. Wintershall Dea is deeply committed to skilling up its people and to fostering the corresponding mind-set to make a difference in an increasingly digital world.