Posts tagged with Contractor Management

Stay unique. Like Nicole.

  March 2020

"I can be myself at T.A. Cook just like I am with my family and friends.” Watch the video with Nicole 

Stay unique. Like Patrick.

  March 2020

“Restricted to an office environment 24/7? That’s not my thing." Watch the video with Patrick 

Stay unique. Like Micael.

  March 2020

"I try to avoid coming in as the 'hot shot consultant' with the answer for everything." Watch the video with Micael 

Stay unique. Like David.

  March 2020

"If I can ask the right questions, I can find out what's going on." Watch the video to find out what makes David Woods unique 

Digitale Transformation - der Mensch im Mittelpunkt

  April 2019

At the established TAR Annual Meeting, executives, project managers and specialists met to discuss the current challenges in turnaround management. All participants agreed: If you want to be successful in the long term,

The Power of Role Models

  May 2018

Women in the process industry are still a minority – even though typically female abilities such as communicatin, reflection, or cooperation are more sought-after than ever. Alice Zhang regards herself as a role model

MainDays 2018

  March 2018 / Astrid Werner

The philosopher Heraclitus was famous for his insistence on ever-present change as being the fundamental essence of the universe. His belief that ‘nothing endures but change’ could

A striking balance

  February 2018

As a native Canadian with Croatian roots, Matthew Popovacki offers the best of two worlds: North American determination combined with European nonchalance. The result? A cool

Beyond Contractor Management

  February 2018 / Frank-Uwe Hess, Co-Chairman

Increasingly, industrial organizations are outsourcing their maintenance work in order to focus on their core businesses. It's about time, that we consider how contracting really

Control is good, trust is better

  February 2018 / Frank-Uwe Hess, Co-Chairman

In asset intensive industries, modes of working together have been established incrementally - via alliances, framework agreements, co-operations - and yet working together is