Advanced Petroleum Management Program: Enterprise Wide Leadership Program


June 1 - 12, 2015


This program is designed for international oil and gas managers and executives who seek to enhance their skills in managing and leading international oil and gas enterprises during times of change so as to maximize overall performance. The program objectives are achieved through group discussion of business case studies that focus on enterprise leadership and team participation in a business simulation game. The simulation game requires that teams plan and manage the growth of a hypothetical oil and gas enterprise as it faces a series of strategic decisions that require the assessment of international, national and local trends and individual business and portfolio performance; manage changes in geopolitical and national policies and enterprise resources; assess environmental and business risks and make decisions related to national manpower development, environmental impact, regional social improvements and implement long term sustainability programs. Unit One focuses on the commercial aspects of the enterprise; Unit Two focuses on national manpower development, managing environmental, safety and social impacts of the business and contributing to long-term sustainability.


For detailed information on each unit of this program, please access the Unit 1 and Unit 2 tabs above.


This program is designed specifically for mid- to senior- managers and supervisors from all sectors of the oil and gas industry who wish to enhance their competencies in four essential management areas


  • David A.T. Donohue, PhD, JD
  • Y. Serdar Dogulu, PhD
  • Robert F. Ryan, MS
  • Robert H. Meyer, MA
  • Jack A. Slotnick, CPEA
  • Robert W. Taylor, MS