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Reducing Operational Risk: Using Culture as a Lever to Drive World Class Safety Performance

Leaders in high-risk industries are waking up to the fact that transforming their organization’s culture may be their greatest lever for driving operational excellence. Unfortunately, many leaders don’t know where to start.

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Ahead of the upcoming forum in Houston on Building a Culture of Operational Excellence, the Smarter Operations team at IQPC interviewed three industry experts that have decades of experience changing culture in high-risk environments.

Chris Seifert, Partner at Wilson, Perumal& Company, Bob Koonce, former US Nuclear Navy Commanding Officer, and Ernie Spence, US Navy Commander, shared their leadership experience and insights into what it takes to change an organization’s culture and why culture can be one of the greatest levers for driving operational excellence.

Download this exclusive eBook to find out:

  • The five core pillars of high-reliability organizations
  • Behavioral enabler tactics of the U.S. Nuclear Navy – and how oil and gas companies can leverage these tactics to dramatically reduce risk and increase reliability and safety performance
  • How to identify the cultural gaps that are impacting your organization’s safety, quality, reliability, and profitability

Download the full interview to find out more.

Chris, Bob and Ernie will be speaking at the upcoming Operational Excellence in Oil and Gas Summit, during the special focus day on ‘Building a Culture of Operational Excellence’. November 7th, Norris Convention Centre | Houston City Centre. Download agenda to find out more about the event.

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