Human resource and IT departments will play a key role in driving successful adoption and sustainment of new technologies and the optimal workforce mix. Workers will need to develop skills in emotional intelligence, critical thinking, data analysis and managing the interface between human and machine to be competitive in the upstream oil and gas job market.
“Understanding the impact on different competency types can help individuals, organizations and educators retool skillsets as the shift gradually takes place,” says Mortlock. “These impacts may seem overwhelming, but they’re not unattainable. Knowing the potential impact on individual competencies, jobs and job families provides valuable insight into strategically planning the workforce of the future.”
To understand the range of automation potential for job families and individual job competencies, visit www.ey.com/en_ca/oil-gas.
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