Staffing support for strategic projects of oil and gas companies: elements of the corporate environment and the evaluation method

DOI: 10.33917/mic-3.98.2021.65-74

The digital transformation in the oil and gas industry is in full swing, requiring constant updating of personnel competencies. The system of personnel training does not cope with the task of providing advanced education. High-tech industries are experiencing a personnel shortage. Corporate universities are more dynamic in their development and are able to quickly reflect on external changes. The purpose of the study is to identify elements of the corporate environment, the presence of which allows companies to provide personnel for strategic projects. Currently, the author considers the most significant elements to be a knowledge management system; HR analytics based on predictive analytics and big Data analysis (Big Data); the use of immersive educational technologies; a training workplace and personnel training costs. Based on the point-factor analysis, the author developed a methodology for assessing the role of the corporate university in the staffing of the company’s strategic projects. Based on the results obtained, it was possible to rank foreign and Russian oil and gas companies according to their ability to provide strategic projects with personnel with the required set of competencies.

The educational aspect of the staffing of the fuel and energy complex in the Arctic region

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.89.2019.64-69

The quantitative and qualitative imbalance in the labor market threatens the implementation of fuel and energy projects in the Arctic zone. In projects for the development of offshore fields, there is an acute shortage of specialists who possess management skills with modern computer equipment, electronics, robotic systems. The analysis of the personnel training system showed that among all the Arctic States, the Russian Arctic has the most numerous and extensive network of highly qualified personnel training. However, the functioning system of training does not meet the needs of the industry in full. The purpose of this article is to consider the importance of the educational component in meeting the needs of the Arctic zone in qualified personnel of the fuel and energy sector.

The «corporate University 2.0»: functional and content structure

DOI: 10.33917/mic-3.92.2020.29-35

Digitalization has changed the environment and nature of human work, offering a network principle of interaction. Despite the obvious changes, corporate universities continue to evaluate staff training through normative indicators: the number of people who have completed training and the hours of full-time training in corporate centers. Is it possible in a modern converged environment to ensure the translation of knowledge into the business environment without changing the corporate University model? From the author’s point of view, no. Corporate universities, just like manufacturing companies, are undergoing a digital transformation, moving into the digital space and implementing the latest technologies in the educational process: virtual and additional reality, chatbots in the learning process, online multimedia courses. The article presents functional and content structure of the corporate University 2.0.

Aerospace Defense System is Able to Withstand Air and Space Means of Destruction

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Aerospace Defense System is Able to Withstand Air and Space Means of Destruction

A little more than a year has passed since the appointment of Yan Valentinovitch Novikov as the CEO of one of the world’s largest defense companies — OJSC “Concern PVO “Almaz-Antey”. In this period by the decision of the Russian Federation President the group receives a new name — OJSC “Concern VKO “Almaz-Antey” — and, therefore, a wider field of responsibility. It happened so that at about the same time the US and the European Union imposed sanctions against Russian companies, including “Almaz-Antey”. Chairman of the Board, General Director of Concern VKO “Almaz-Antey” Yan V. Novikov told “Economic Strategies” magazine about successful implementation of the objective of creating aerospace technology in the current geopolitical environment.