October 2013

Special Report: Cyber Security and Process Control

Build human performance management into automation strategies

HR professionals who use these new approaches into their development platforms will be well-positioned to help their firms weather the current industrial environment, which is increasingly becoming real-time.

Martin, P., Teo, P., Invensys

Industrial companies are facing a significant human resource (HR) challenge. Over the recent tumultuous decades in the industrial markets, industrial companies have been downsizing labor forces and limiting hiring. This has led to other job markets becoming more attractive to potential employees. The result is that a major portion of the hydrocarbon processing industry’s labor force is nearing retirement, and there is a huge experience gap looming. As refiners face this gap, they also see performance demands on their operations continue to increase. The need for new, more effective approaches to human performance management has never been greater. A subtle barrier to a more comprehensi

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