Tullow Oil, a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production group, did just that. The approach reflected its commitment to collaborative decision making.
Chris Rivinus describes how Tullow Oil made this approach work in his article in the December 2013 issue of Business Information Review. Astonishingly, they devised a system which enabled 15 very busy people, with diverse backgrounds, based in different continents, to reach decisions on projects even if they had little technical expertise. And they do this in an hour a month!
The article describes the processes and templates used and describes the guiding principles that make the approach work, including:
- Snap-shot decision making
- Trust their gut
- Visualise with data and text detail as backup
IT project prioritization: A practical application of knowledge management principles. Chris Rivinus, Tullow Oil UK, Business Information Review 2013 30(4) 196-203