Goals for 2015

The Company's main short-term goal is to develop the talent management and career planning system, including the staff rotation mechanism and the talent pool.

IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THIS GOAL IN 2015 AND FUTURE YEARS, THE COMPANY PLANS TO:

  • extend the talent pool development system at Corporate Headquarters to the Company's subsidiaries and affiliates
  • create the concept for an internal training system at the Company
  • develop and run training programmes to cultivate leadership and managerial skills aimed at improving the ability to communicate in negotiations and public presentations, developing feedback and business process management skills, and expanding knowledge of process optimization technologies
  • design a unified Innovation and Knowledge Management System at Gazprom Neft on the basis of the Knowledge Portal. Create an active knowledge management community and start the process of establishing a knowledge-sharing culture at the Company. Increase the proportion of distance learning through the development of tools and the targeted promotion of an ever-expanding library of high-quality, popular e-learning courses
  • extend the organized coaching system in place at Corporate Headquarters to the Company's subsidiaries and affiliates
  • establish corporate masters programmes in Industrial and Civil Construction at Oil Production Sites and Economics of Construction Work at the Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, and in Mathematical Modelling of Oil Production Processes at St Petersburg State Polytechnic University
  • launch a Gazpromneft Class at St. Petersburg’s Lyceum No. 82
  • implement measures to develop the Technical Skills Monitoring System in the Downstream Division
  • develop and launch the Top Drive 2 modular programme for managers and executives at regional sales directorates and petroleum product suppliers. The programme aims to establish effective management and balanced business processes when implementing the Company's major organizational projects
  • continue developing skills models for functional areas such as procurement, investment, budgeting and management accounting, and strategic planning