Wednesday, November 25th 2020
This week in
What’s next for the Mining & Metals Industry?
This week’s must read
The pandemic has accelerated the deterioration of market fundamentals, and the short-term outlook is rather poor. We can discuss both the pace and scale of the energy transition. But metals are critical to its realization. Will producers be proactive and invest in new supply and not just react to the current crisis?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Wood Mackenzie about the impact of the pandemic on the Metals and Mining industry.
Since the last few years, managing tailing dams has gone from an operational issue to a top priority on most CEOs’ agenda. And it requires a change in mindset and immediate action with a cohesive innovation strategy.
Managing mining capital projects has become more challenging with the current COVID-19 crisis. What are the steps leaders can take to improve their practices and salvage their existing projects?
Can the uncertainty created by COVID-19 become an opportunity for the sector to accelerate the transformational projects that will reframe the mining and metals sector for the future?
ESG (environmental, social and governance) issues are becoming a pressing matter in the Mining and Metals industry. This article is the second installement of a four-part series that explores the impact of ESG. How can companies benefit from monitoring their ESG performance?
This week’s Consulting News
| Paul Brown@Eco-business
| Eduardo Goulart de Andrade, Hyury Potter, Naira Hofmeister and Pedro Papini for Mongabay
This week’s media
Watch Global Co-Chair of Energy and Natural Resources, Natasha Luther-Jones, Partners Anthony Day and Andreas Gunst, as well as ENR experts from HSBC, GE and Cornwall Insight discuss the findings of DLA Piper’s and inspiratia’s latest report into Digital Transformation in the ENR sector.
Consulting sourcing tips
There are several markers that define the “Consulting DNA” of a company: the obvious capability & industry experience, but also the footprint, culture, and delivery model. On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast, I tell you how to qualify a consulting...
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As an executive, you're probably used to making quick decisions. Given the amount of work that you have to do, you can't afford to dither. Is it worth your time to organize a competition when choosing your consultants? On this week’s Smart consulting Sourcing podcast,...
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