Strategic Leadership in the E&P Business
This course provides a deep insight into strategic leadership, strategy development and implementation in the E&P business. Systems theory and its applications in strategic thinking and the E&P business are elaborated. The forces driving changes and competition in Nigeria’s oil/gas industry and strategies for sustained success are discussed. Issues and challenges of strategic alliances are reviewed. The development of leaders as stewards in contrast to being agents is emphasized. Socio-cultural and strategic leadership concepts for managing conflicts and change are discussed. Practical examples and cases are discussed. Practical examples and cases are used to elucidate issues and solutions.
- Systems theory and applications in E&P strategy
- E&P Portfolio management issues and challenges
- Human stimulus and the response model
At the end of this course, participants should have an understanding of:
- The competitive landscape of the Nigerian oil and gas industry
- Making strategy work—alignment, integration, focus, leadership at all levels
- Strategic Alliances—Issues and challenges, contributors and inhibitors to winning alliances
- Leading strategic change
This course is designed and delivered to give participants the capability to address and benefit from the strategic challenges facing the E&P business in Nigeria. Participants are taught how to develop the requisite frames, character and skills that will enable them to lead with positive impact and drive strategic changes to improve personal and organizational performance.
Who Should Attend
Executives, managers, regulators, planners, bankers, financiers, investors, business owners, technical and commercial professionals in the E&P business who are desirous of enhancing their strategic leadership capabilities to improve personal and organizational performance.
1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for this 2-day course.
Mason Oghenejobo has a B.Sc. in petroleum engineering from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, an MBA from Webster University, Leiden, Netherlands, Certificate of Professional Development (CPD) with emphasis in business strategy from the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Organizational Leadership from Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA. He has attended management programs at Wharton School, Penn State, Harvard and Stanford Universities. He is also an alumnus of the Lagos Business School Senior Management Program. He has worked with Shell (SPDC) since 1980 in various capacities, which include Area Manager – Land East, GM Commercial and Director of OK LNG.