Archive | Digital Transformation

Virtual teams: successes & challenges

Recent events have provided a sudden and dramatic push towards virtual working. At a recent presentation to the Travivas Network Kate put these changes in working practices into a broader perspective. She shared some approaches, tips and challenges related to the set-up and operation of virtual organisations, based on recent Agilis experiences of promoting and […]

The language of change: what is digital transformation?

Words are powerful. They can be used to articulate and communicate ideas and visions for the future. But equally our ideas and ambitions are shaped and potentially limited by the language that we use. Language is constantly evolving. However, words that have ambiguous or unclear meanings or that seem to be an exercise in sales […]

“Beyond the digital hype – delivering a better project”: Agilis present at IMCA Digitalisation Seminar October 2019

Kate Parker set out the wider context for the move towards digital technologies, and some of the opportunities and challenges that Agilis have found in establishing a new digital project mindset. “Beyond the digital hype – delivering a better project” Speakers from Equinor, BP, Abyssal, i-tech 7, WFS and Fugro shared case studies that demonstrated […]

Future Oil & Gas June 2019 Agilis join panel discussion “Designing and building a digital asset”

Kate Parker joined fellow panelists from WideTech, Aker BP, FutureOn Corporation and Siemens Oil & Gas Offshore for a panel discussion on “Designing and Building a Digital Asset”. The panel explored the interactions between people and technology, the importance of keeping a clear focus on value benefits, and the issues that arise in communicating new […]

FPSO Europe Congress February 2019: Agilis chair roundtable session “Embracing digitalisation and technology for improved FPSO project lifecycle costs”

Kate Parker led three well-attended sessions, each with a wide variety of contributors. The discussions highlighted the confusion around digital technologies and terminologies and the gap between ideas and actual implementation, and the opportunities to make more effective use of data that is already available. It was striking that while everyone had heard of digital […]