Have you ever been working on so many different projects that you failed to make meaningful progress on any of them?
As capital project development has become increasingly structured and formulaic--to enable scalability and consistency--many projects have become devoid of the entrepreneurial thinking and behavior required to minimize costs and maximize returns.
To break out of this formulaic trance and unleash the creative potential of their organizations, capital project leaders must enable their employees to consider creative alternatives in design and execution, and critically examine opportunities to improve based on their merits.
Those who have been following know that 2015 has not been a good year for commodity markets. As of August, nearly all hard and soft commodities have dropped in value since January 1, other than a few outliers like canola and cocoa. Perhaps most significantly, oil is trading near a 6-year low, down 50% from just a year ago
Mark Rosenbaum, Partner at Stroud, spoke to delivering more when visible opportunities and trade-offs are exhausted or insufficient at the World Heavy Oil Congress on 26 March 2015.