Global Petroleum Show
Jun
11
to Jun 13

Global Petroleum Show

Managing information created throughout pipeline projects is a monumental challenge. With hundreds of thousands of documents created by numerous stakeholders, in a variety of formats and locations, careful oversight is essential. This diverse environment increases the risk of missing or incomplete information. The relaxed practices being followed in the industry has left Canada’s pipeline industry with significant gaps in critical documentation required to safely operate and effectively maintain their pipelines. Pressures to reduce costs are ever-increasing, while heightened public scrutiny demands additional safety and environmental protection measures. Bottom line: Information Management practices matter.

There is a better way. Based on current research in the Canadian oil and gas industry, our technical poster quantifies the financial, reputation and safety risks lost or missing project information creates, and outlines a simple, practical approach to ensure pipeline projects deliver the right information.

Want to learn more? We welcome you to visit us in the Technical Conference Poster area at the 2019 Global Petroleum Show June 11-13 in Calgary AB.

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Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series - Seminar 3
Nov
14
7:00 AM07:00

Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series - Seminar 3

Empowering Digital Transformation: Mastering Digital as a Second Language

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 7:00 - 9:00 am

Dan Spiwack and Yvonne Donohoe explore what it means to Master Digital as a Second Language and how appreciating this language will give you a way to become effective in that arena.

Key topics:

  • Five key domains of digital strategy

  • Key arenas of digital technology innovation (AI, IoT, virtual reality, machine learning, blockchain, data analytics and security)

  • Key initial tools for developing an environment that fosters collaboration

  • Three key tips for moving forward on this journey

The impact of digital in the world of business isn’t just a trend or a passing phenomenon. It isn’t simply the latest hot topic for management books and gurus. It isn’t one more management issue to be addressed with tweaks in your strategy or execution planning.

 Digital is a new world. That world may represent the most fundamental change in how business is conducted since the industrial revolution. Previously inconceivable accomplishments are becoming reality; existing “givens” in the conduct of business are getting fundamentally disrupted and made obsolete. We firmly believe the extraordinary value and disruption of digital will be experienced in business for decades to come.

 Mastering digital means entering fully into that new world. How do you productively enter into a new world? With eyes wide open and listening keenly, you learn the language of that world. And we mean language in the broadest sense – the actual vocabulary used in the language, the context that language creates, the mindsets and culture that develop as phenomena inextricably linked with the development of the language, and all of the actions and behaviors that emerge as a product of all of those elements of the new world.

 To master the world of digital is to master a new, second language for all of us. Welcome to this new world.

Seminar 3 Schedule

7:00-7:45 am: Breakfast and Networking

7:45-8:45 am: Speaker and Q&A

Digital Transformation Series

Business is changing. You can no longer afford manual, paper-based processes – it’s time to transform your information. So how do you ensure the success of your digital transformation? Success starts with transforming your manual processes to digital processes that give your users the access and agility they need, while ensuring your organization meets their obligations. End result? Substantial savings in your information management costs and improved productivity in your organization.

Why are some industries struggling to embrace digital transformation? What are the key challenges facing organizations today? Integra Partners Ltd has put together a quarterly seminar series to address key questions around digital transformation. Led by industry experts, each seminar will bring together guests from a broad range of industries for the opportunity to network and share learnings.

The Decisive Factor in Digital Transformation: The Human Element – Dan Spiwack – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – April 11, 2018 - COMPLETED

Case Study: Digitally Transforming the Land Department of a Senior Oil & Gas Company – Sherry Batke – June 13, 2018 - COMPLETED

Empowering Digital Transformation:  Mastering Digital as a Second Language – Yvonne Donohoe & Dan Spiwack – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – November 14, 2018

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CAPLA 2018 Summit
Nov
13
7:30 AM07:30

CAPLA 2018 Summit

We are excited to announce we will be participating in the CAPLA 2018 Summit.

The energy industry is moving digital – there is no denying it. Electronic land files are quickly becoming the industry standard, transforming the core processes of land administration. At Integra, we specialize in digitally transforming land collections. We look forward to connecting with subject matter experts and CAPLA members about industry direction and the information challenges they are facing. Questions about moving digital? Uncertain about how to get started? Stop by our booth in the Exhibit Hall and chat with us.

About the Summit

This dynamic one-day summit will bring subject matter experts and CAPLA members together for knowledge, sharing and networking. Session topics include Wetland/Water, Complications with Conveyancing, Pad Site Sharing Agreement, Surface Rights Board, Joint Venture Overview and Rental Defaults/Bankruptcy. There will also be a panel discussion on “Burning Issues in Land: A Snap Shot of What is Happening Today”.

For more information, please visit CAPLA’s website- http://caplacanada.org/register/conference/

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Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series - Seminar 2 - SOLD OUT
Jun
13
7:00 AM07:00

Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series - Seminar 2 - SOLD OUT

Case Study: Digitally Transforming the Land Department of a Senior Oil & Gas Company

How transforming physical content opens the door to vast digital opportunities, including smart contracts and blockchain technology

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 from 7:00 - 9:00 am

Sherry Batke stands at a unique place within the digital transformation landscape. As a former land advisor to one of North America’s largest oil and gas companies, she was tasked with the formidable challenge of leading a large group of stakeholders through a digital transformation.  Having completed a successful multi-year project, she is eager to share what she’s learned to help smooth the path for other organizations.  Her practical guidance will include an explanation of how leading companies are now leveraging these digital assets to create more value through smart contracts and blockchain transactions.

Seminar 2 Schedule

7:00-7:45 am: Breakfast and Networking

7:45-8:45 am: Speaker and Q&A

Digital Transformation Series

Business is changing. You can no longer afford manual, paper-based processes – it’s time to transform your information. So how do you ensure the success of your digital transformation? Success starts with transforming your manual processes to digital processes that give your users the access and agility they need, while ensuring your organization meets their obligations. End result? Substantial savings in your information management costs and improved productivity in your organization.

Why are some industries struggling to embrace digital transformation? What are the key challenges facing organizations today? Integra Partners Ltd has put together a quarterly seminar series to address key questions around digital transformation. Led by industry experts, each seminar will bring together guests from a broad range of industries for the opportunity to network and share learnings.

The Decisive Factor in Digital Transformation: The Human Element – Dan Spiwack – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – April 11, 2018 - COMPLETED

Case Study: Digitally Transforming the Land Department of a Senior Oil & Gas Company – Sherry Batke – June 13, 2018

Empowering Digital Transformation:  Mastering Digital as a Second Language – TBD – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – November 2018

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Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series
Apr
11
7:00 AM07:00

Digital Transformation Breakfast Seminar Series

Seminar 1 - SOLD OUT

Business is changing. You can no longer afford manual, paper-based processes – it’s time to transform your information. So how do you ensure the success of your digital transformation? Success starts with transforming your manual processes to digital processes that give your users the access and agility they need, while ensuring your organization meets their obligations. End result? Substantial savings in your information management costs and improved productivity in your organization.

Why are some industries struggling to embrace digital transformation? What are the key challenges facing organizations today? Integra Partners Ltd has put together a quarterly seminar series to address key questions around digital transformation. Each seminar will be led by an industry expert open to sharing his or her approach to help you move your organization forward. The seminar will be attended by guests from a broad range of industries to provide opportunities to network and share learnings.

Series Agenda

The Decisive Factor in Digital Transformation:  The Human Element – Dan Spiwack – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – April 11, 2018 - SOLD OUT

How I Led a Digital Transformation in a Senior Oil & Gas Company – Sherry Batke – June 2018

Empowering Digital Transformation:  Mastering Digital as a Second Language – TBD – Mastering Digital Partners – a JMW/Digital Think Joint Venture – November 2018

Seminar 1 – The Decisive Factor in Digital Transformation:  The Human Element

In dealing with digital transformation, most companies focus on the technology itself – the wonders of new capabilities it may unleash or the disruptive impact it may have on business models, supply chains and markets.  While technological innovations are compelling, an organization’s success with digital will begin and end with how its people view, perceive, interpret, engage with, and in turn act (or fail to act) on the opportunities and threats that digital presents.

Today’s intelligent enterprises are shaped by two main factors – the growing power of big data which drives forecasting models, artificial intelligence and so on, and our increased understanding of the human element. To thrive in this dynamic, fast-moving environment, organizations will need to blend and embed technology-enabled insights with a deeper understanding of human performance.

Digital transformation is through and through a human matter.  Those who succeed with digital and technology will be those who master its human element.

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