Key components: Methods, tools, solutions and knowledge to improve work processes, decision-making processes and for managing organizational changes across the value chain. Improving HSE by targeting research within areas identified as safety and environmental challenges of IO. Raised competence of current and future IO actors by providing courses, seminars and university programs.
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The purpose of the project is to develop actionable knowledge on how organizational factors impact on the successful implementation of Integrated Operations, with a focus on operations, maintenance, and production optimization. Examples of organizational factors include: leadership, organizational structure, organizational culture, roles and responsibilities, teamwork, KPIs, or training. The project will provide recommendations for design, delivery and evaluation of training of virtual teams. In addition, the project will provide actionable recommendations regarding how organizational factors impact on the ability to utilize and successfully implement condition monitoring solutions.
Another purpose of the project is to develop and test new work surfaces for improved support of interdisciplinary teamwork.
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The overall objectives are to produce knowledge, in the form of new or improved methods and/or tools, to improve safety in integrated operations, and to contribute to build resilient IO organizations.
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