Knowledge Management: To Enhance the Value of Your Company Operating Excellence

Prajuto, Gathot Supriono

Description

The purpose of the training course is to boost business performance through implementing integrate accurate data, information, and knowledge management (DIKM) systems within an organization.

All decisions within an exploration and production business are based on data and information gathered from a range of sources. Unfortunately, only 11% of the data can be retrieved that represents a significant inefficiency with the business. Accurate, integrated, and easy access data, information, and knowledge is really needed to be cost saving in the company.

SPE-APOGCE is proud to present this training course to enhance the value of your operating excellence through effective and efficient data, information, and knowledge management. This will include ways to enhance employee professional competency, filling the KM gaps, developing and running the KM pilot project, and maintaining as well as sustaining and measuring the existing DIKM system.

  • Introduction and objectives
  • Data, information, and knowledge management (DIKM)
  • DIKM imperatives—why DIKM
  • Company and DIKM VMV—goals and strategies
  • DIKM  assessment, gap analysis, and road map definition
  • Change management and the basic implementation
  • Pilot project—company to corporate implementation
  • DIKM framework: sharing and learning
  • DIKM application, standards and procedures, and ITenabler
  • DIKM auditing and benchmarking
  • Sustaining DIKM
  • Summary
  • DIKM project plan

Learning Objectives

The purpose of the training course is to boost business performance through implementing integrate accurate Data, Information and Knowledge Management (DIKM) systems within an organization.

All decisions within an Exploration and Production business are based on data and information gathered from a range of sources. Unfortunately only 11% of the data can be retrieved which represents a significant inefficiency with the business. Accurate, integrated and easy access data, information and knowledge is really needed to be cost saving in the company.

SPE-APOGCE is proud to present the above training course to enhance the Value of Your Operating Excellence through Effective and Efficient Data, Information and Knowledge Management. This will includes ways to enhance employee professional competency, filling the KM gaps, developing and running the KM pilot project and maintaining as well as sustaining and measuring the existing DIKM system.

Who Should Attend

Top, Middle and Lower Management as well as the Petroleum Professionals and Engineers

CEUs

Engineers are responsible for enhancing their professional competence throughout their careers. Licensed, chartered, and or/ certified engineers are sometimes required by government entities to provide proof of continued professional development and training. Training credits are defined as Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or Professional Development Hours (PDH).

Attendees of SPE training courses earn 0.8 CEUs for each day of training. We provide each attendee a certificate upon completion of the training course.

Instructor

PrajutoPrajuto, Drs.; Dipl. Seis; CKM, is an independent professional and facilitator on oil and gas prospecting:

  • data and knowledge management
  • occupational safety and health
  • employee competency development.

Prajuto was a geophysical analyst (seismologist) who worked for the Meteorological and Geophysical Agency (1975-1986) and joined ARCO Indonesia Oil and Gas (1986-1999) as a Seismic Data Interpreter, Data and Computing and Training Coordinator, and Occupational Safety & Health Inspector and Operating Excellence System and Human Capital Facilitator before he took his early retirement program from the company. He was also assigned to Anchorage, AL (1989–1990) and Plano, TX (1990-1991).

He joined Medco E&P Indonesia (2000-2010) as a Senior Exploration Data and Computing Analyst, Head Data and Computing Section, Head of Technical Knowledge and Data Management, as a Geophysicist and  Sr. CSM Advisor as well as a facilitator for Change Management, Data and Knowledge Management (KM).

Prajuto is a member of Indonesian Association of Geologists, the Indonesian Association of Geophysicists (Technical Chairman of HAGI-SEG-IPA-IATMI-IAGI Conference in Jakarta 2006), Indonesian Petroleum Association (was Data Management Committee Chairman), was Indonesian Knowledge Management Association (Advisor).

Gathot SuprionoGathot Supriono brings with him more than 20 years of professional experience in human resources (HR) management, human capital knowledge management, corporate culture transformation and organizational development.

He started his career as Drilling Logistic Officer with ARCO Indonesia (1974-1987). He shifted his career as Personnel Manager at SCHERING Pharmaceutical Company (1987-1992). He was then held distinguished HR leadership positions in esteemed international companies, such as, HR Director for The COCA-COLA Company for its operation in Indonesia (1992-1995) and HR Director for MOTOROLA Inc. (1995-2005) during which he helped the organization grow its cellular infrastructure business in the Indonesia’s telecommunication sector. His clients includes Bank Mandiri, Bank BRI, Bank Jabar, and HSBC (banking); Telkomsel, Motorola Indonesia, Erabangun, and NTT Communication (telecommunication); Statoil Hydro (petroleum); Body Shop Indonesia (cosmetics); and Cabot Indonesia (US-based chemical company). He also performed as co-facilitator for Data and Knowledge Management workshop held by IPTC (International Petroleum Technology Conference) in Bangkok (2012) and by the SMI Group Ltd. in Singapore (2012).

He is an acclaimed consultant and workshop facilitator in knowledge management and learning organization, workforce planning, job and workload analysis, jobs mapping, training needs analysis, business process & SOP, competency-based assessment, performance management, organizational development, change management, conflict resolution in workplace, and negotiation skills. Over the past eight years, he participated in a number of Bureaucracy Reform Programs (BRP) for the Indonesian public sector, during which, he was involved in SCBD (Sustainable Capacity Building Development) projects for the Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Woman Empowerment and Child Protection, Ministry of Finance, the Sragen Local Government, the KPPU (National Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition in Indonesia), and the Ministry of Education and Culture.