What do a senior executive from NASA, a Nobel laureate and Woodside pioneers have in common? All were guest speakers at Woodside Week ...and all appreciate the importance of innovative thinking.
Woodside Week, our annual in-house conference, is held to build connections, share knowledge and inspire creative thinking. The theme this year was We Innovate.
NASA’s Jason Crusan spoke to the importance of learning from failures, Nobel Prize winner Dr Barry Marshall discussed being bold and backing yourself, while Woodside pioneers David Agostini, Stan Stroud and Brian Haggerty talked of what it took to transition our business from hopeful explorer to respected producer back in the 1980s. They were among an eclectic group of people, most of whom were current Woodsiders, who took to the stage to share their learnings and ideas.
The week also involved interactive expo booths designed to build better appreciation and knowledge the many of facets our company, from subsea to health and safety, robotics to career development.
And, on the final day, the doors were opened to families when well over 1000 people of all ages joined in the fun of team and knowledge building.
Trunkline Q4 2017