The World of Tomorrow; Today- Increasing Collaboration in Heavy Oil Webinar 2
November 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Join us for part 2 of our webinar series plus virtual workshop on collaboration
Looking to drive positive change at your company and in your working relationships? Collaboration isn’t about the “warm and fuzzies”. It delivers on accomplishing more, especially in times like these, where doing things the same way won’t cut it.
In our energy industry, we need to push to find further efficiencies, advances, and savings just to stay competitive. Accomplishing this in isolation will be difficult. Exploring new ideas and new ways of looking at old ideas with a more diverse group of people is needed.
What you will get out of participating in the Collaborative Contracting webinar series:
- Learn what collaborative contracting can do for you vs. traditional methods
- Hear how your peers in the energy industry have benefited from collaboration already
- Get a map of how to explore collaboration in your working relationships (workshop session)
- Connect with others in Heavy Oil with a shared interest in collaborating (workshop session)
Please join us in a two webinar session plus a third virtual workshop session presented by Richard Venerus, Venerus Advisory Partners
Richard is the Founder and Principal at Venerus Advisory Partners (“VAP”), a professional advisory (established in 2011) with a goal of helping its private and public sector clients have more productive and profitable business relationships. VAP combines the storied expertise of its partners with the application of a unique, collaborative approach to the management of commercial relationships.
Richard has over 20 years of experience in procurement, contracting and commercial management in a diverse set of industries, including construction. He is a qualified (now recovering) lawyer, certified in Construction Law and holds a MBA from the Schulich School of Business. Richard is professionally trained or certified in a number of related disciplines: Project Management, Change Management, Construction Contract Administration, Adult Learning and Development, Mediation, Arbitration – and the unique ISO standard 44001 for Collaborative Working.
Richard is a national instructor for the Supply Chain Management Association, the de facto standard for SCM training in Canada. Richard is a former Board Member for the Project Management Association of Southern Alberta as well as a lead contributor to the Construction Owners Association of Alberta (COAA) Collaborative Contracting Best Practice.
Our workshop for this series takes place on December 2 2020. Registration for the workshop opening soon!