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Transcript: Accenture's relationship with PETRONAS Carigali started since 2009. We're currently engaged in PED, DD and Drilling, and moving to PEX in the near future.... Efficient budget management and increased cost recovery Reduce unnecessary work on reviews 300 wells drilled annually USD 2 billion spend per year Over 20 Drilling Rigs Supported by 20 contractors per rig USD120 mil in 2010 in unrecoverable cost Conduct leadership engagement sessions and provide training on processes and tools Engineers and Stakeholders have minimal visibility of project activities expenditure in Appraisal and Development segments of upstream value chain Key Figures Drilling Standardise and streamline division wide cost control and APC, WPB, CPB, AFE and VOWD processes Challenge #2 Carigali divisions Cost Controllers, engineers and stakeholders are unclear of cost control processes throughout the entire project The Challenge Line of Accountability (LOA) Alignment Project Improve accuracy of well cost performance and minimize disputes Client's Situation # Teamwork is the ability to work cohesively as a group toward a common vision, even when that vision becomes extremely blurry.... Cost Control Benefits in ELEVATE Sample Reports Challenge #1 Clear accountabilities and greater integration The Situation Potential cost not recoverable from both Partner and host government projects Our Solution Contractor specific tracking sheets are introduced to align reporting and forecasting requirements across all contractors. Is the supply sufficient to meet the demand? Project controls adequate to risk level Gc Define Terms of Reference for all Reviews and Gates with clear owners in PETRONAS Carigali. The Challenge Key Benefits We work with all Divisions and Departments to: How do these complex reports fit in to the mobile display? PETRONAS Project Management System Inefficient budget management due to the lack of visibility of cost The Situation Manpower Planning Automate data consolidation and generation of management reports to enhance division wide cost control process governance Development Division has no visibility on the current and future manpower gaps between demand from projects and supply from line Project delievered on time and on budget Business impact 2. Enhanced and effective control over budget utilisation Consistent Project Control 3. Simple and interactive way to perform detailed analysis How do we improve the visibility to drive faster and informed decision to address manpower gaps? Co How do we improve cost control while maintaining the efficiency of drilling operations? Manpower Planning Project Governance & Control the team PETRONAS E&P Reorganisation Drilling Engineers have no on-time visibility on cost and forecast charged to the rig/platform for effective control Customise PPMS roadmap to cater for different project types and complexities PED & DD Cost Transparency and Control Project By using latest web technology – jQuery and HTML5 to retrofit and reformat the reports specifically for mobile devices Timely payment and lower cost of working capital Lack of clarity in roles and responsibilities across Divisions No ownership and inconsistent application of responsibilities PPMS is a stage gate framework that helps to control a project in its lifecycle to ensure consistent risk management and governance. Drilling Cost Transparency & Control Project (DCTCP) The Solution Why web app instead of native iOS or Android App? Our Customised Solution: ELEVATE The Challenges Dr The Solution 1. Visibility of division wide project performance All project types are currently required to sit through all the reviews and obtain approvals / endorsements before proceeding to the next gate. Mp Mobilising our Soultions The Outcome Standardised data gathering/submission process + reporting tools to provide visibility for better analysis and decision making LOA Alignment Why Mobile BI? Build once, accessible by any mobile devices No additional software and hardware cost Installation is not required. User can always access the latest system online Consistent look and feel as desktop BI reports

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Transcript: On July 17th, 1862 President Lincoln declared African Americans could serve in the U.S. military by issuing the Second Confiscation and Militia Act African Americans were not allowed to engange in combat unitl the Emancipation Proclamation The Importance of Different Racial Groups Different racial groups played a key role in the Civil War African Americans fought for the North, which enraged southerners, Hispanics fought for both sides and Native Americans became scouts and giudes. More than 10,000 served in the Civil War Both the Union and Confederate had hispanic Americans fighting for them, but most regiments were in the Confederate Army because most of them lived in the Southwest of the U.S. The highest known rank of a hispanic american was admiral of the Union Navy African Americans Native Americans 200,000 served in the Union army and navy and were paid less than white men and they could not become officers The United States Colored troops suffered discrimination even though they volunteered Most were placed as factory and construction workers and did not see combat They were given wore down clothes and equipment that the white soldiers did not want When used in battle, they were seen as targets and were put on the frontlines Sources Hispanic Americans Most supported the Confederacy because the union troops abandoned the forts in indian territory making them more vulnerable to the confederacy Some Native Americans owned slaves The ones who remained loyal to the Union were only allowed to fight in indian territory for fear they would turn against white men when armed Many were guides and scouts They joined the armies for they were promised to get their homelands back if that side won Race in the Civil War By: Kelsie Owens and Chance Osborne


Transcript: Time & Expense Tracking Architecture based on the lifecycle of your work Prioritization Framework Plan Prioritize Coordinate Report Deploy WORK REPORTING Business Model Alignment Process Milestones & Approvals WORK PLANNING Tracking & Status Recognition & Rewards Projects & Portfolios Time & Expense Tracking WORK COORDINATION WORK PLANNING Reporting & Dashboards Work Plan & Commitments Queues & Routing Rules Achievements & Results Team Capacity Proven Plan For Success Automation Success Validation Issue Resolution Production Readiness Reporting Repeatable Processes Requirements Mapping Achievements & Results Marketing IT / PMO New Product HR / Finance Manage your work with visibility at every stage Status Updates WORK COORDINATION WORK COLLABORATION Prioritization Framework Design Centralized Repository Review Business Value Future Phase Planning PROJECT WORK Queues & Routing Rules WORK COLLABORATION End-to-end lifecycle Structured projects Repeatable Ad-hoc work Work Spaces Discover Goals & Initiatives Contextual Work Streams PROJECT WORK Milestones & Approvals TEAM WORK Individual & Team Insight Projects & Portfolios Assignments Maintain Team Capacity Resource & Work Modeling Architecture based on the lifecycle of your work Strategy Execution Internal Support Op Support WORK REPORTING WORK ACCOUNTABILITY Centralized Repository Resource & Work Modeling Goals & Initiatives Assignments Pilot Status Updates Individual & Team Insight TEAM WORK WORK REQUESTS Configure Manage your work with visibility at every stage Automation Tracking & Status Knowledge Transfer Best Practices Unit Testing Recognition & Rewards Contextual Work Streams AtTask enables teams to better manage their work PRESENTED BY STEVE UNDERWOOD | ENTERPRISE ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE STAGE 3 WORK ACCOUNTABILITY Reporting & Dashboards WORK REQUESTS Work Plan & Commitments Work Spaces

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Transcript: Reception Location Recce The location for this magazine potential photograph is stereotypically outside some lockers. This is a stereotypical location due to student magazines commonly having lockers in the background to clearly show clearly to the target audience, of other students around the same age as the model of 16-18. This photograph will clearly show the target audiece that this is a student magazine, meaning it will be more obvious and clear for them to see. The model is in quite casual, everyday clothing like students at college would generally wear therefore appealing to the target audience as someone who is similar to them or how they dress will appear in the magazine. The mise en scence for this photograph is I have used a black background unwillingly due to being located within the theatre and I had the flash on my camera and then the lighting was affected by the flash creating this black, dull background. However the black background really brings out the main cover image due to it contrasting against the background and it also makes the target audience question where the person is therefore confusing them. Due to the lighting of the background being so dull I won’t use this photograph on my magazine, but it does help as I took this photograph so I could then compare it to others and see what a duller background looks like compared to backgrounds which can be seen. black background The mise-en-scene for this photograph of Paul Ashdown is an office wall which is visible for the target audience to see but the model is located in a spare office around the college's campus. This is similar to a stereotypical magazine with a wall in the background but this one is a different colour and an indoor wall instead of an outdoor one. Paul is wearing his everyday smart shirt and trousers in the photographs to look professional and serious about his occupation therefore allowing the students to know how he takes his job seriously and has their best interests at heart due to him looking professional. I have taken this photograph in the art building on the Sixth Form Campus in the art block to appeal to the students who are more creative and spend a lot of time within this building, I have taken this shot infront of a students art piece so the magazone clearly looks like a student magazine to the target audience. The model is in casual clothes with a coat on with no added make up on as i wanted the model to appeal and represent students in the most realistic way that i could through the use of the clothes, hair and makeup. The mise-en-scene for this photograph is the college ground behind the model instead of an actual building or a wall of a building on the college campus. The lighting however is quite bright so it might be better to dim it down slightly in case it appears too harsh to the target audience's eyes if this photograph was to appear on the front cover. The model is in his own casual style clothing to suit the students this magazine is targeted towards. Outside Campus Lockers I have chosen this mise- en- scence for my magazine due to the principle Paul Ashdown being located in Solihull Sixth Form College's main reception. I think this could work for my magazine due to Paul looking serious as well as the location being different to other stereotypical student magazines meaning my student magazine will be different to the majority of the ones already released. School of Art. Office

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Transcript: Our Stance #1. Earnest Schusky says that Gary B. Nash does an excellent job of exploring the complexity of the mix with the later inclusion of escaped slaves into a melting pot of America that has generally been overlooked" Authors Larger Message Red, White, and Black 'When John Hawkins returned to England in 1562 with several hundred slaves captured in a buccaneering raid on the Spanish Main, Queen Elizabeth pronounced the deed 'detestable'. Queen Elizabeth did not approve Hawkins method of capturing slaves." - political forces "In return for gold, ivory, and slaves, Africans received European guns, bars of iron, and copper, brass and tankards, beads, rum, and textiles." Trade between the Africans and Europeans helped in building both economies. - economic forces Important People Revealing Quote 3 Revealing quote 1 Revealing Quote 2 The excerpt overviews the trade of slaves beginning circa 1450 in Europe and continues until around 1760, before the American Revolution. It describes how the slaves working in the fields began to flourish the economy internationally. The author writes in a non-biased manner and views the topic in bird eye view describing events with out preference of neither European nor Africans. Gary Nash writes this as a historical prose. This is an except from a college textbook so the reading level was more advanced. He writes to inform the reader about the slave trade. It is well organized and uses more mature word choice. By: Payton Schuerman, Leo Herrera, Lauren Hicks Style of writing Gary Nash begins this excerpt by describing where the earliest forms of slavery began. The Europeans discovered the potential slave profits from Africa and began trading for a small amount of slaves to start. After the discovery of the New World, many more slaves were needed thus began the Slave Trade. Not until the end of the of seventeenth century did the slaves start coming to the North American colonies in large quantities. Nash continues to describe the conditions in which the slaves endured for the rest of the slave trade. We would highly recomend this excerpt to everyone because it is eye opening to the impact the slave trade had on us today. Recommendation Plot Summary Summary Nash's depiction of the slave trade is unique because he described how the founding of the colonies required more people to satisfy economic, militaristic, and a larger work force. It's interesting how the author explains why the slave trade lasted so much longer than it should have. The infamous history of the slave trade beginning in Europe and eventually the Americas in the 1700's teaches its rapid growth in international popularity and its impact in current economic, agricultural, and laboring advances. "Slavery... had existed for centuries in Europe... Christians enslaving Moslems and Moslems enslaving Christians...rights of the slaves were restricted.. slaves nevertheless were regarded as members of the society, enjoying protection under the law and entitled to human rights... status of slave was not irrevocable and was not automatically passed on to his or her children." Slavery isn't strictly Africans, but white slaves were treated better than blacks relatively compared. - social and or cultural forces Setting and Scene Reviews Charles the 2cd Duke of York Ruy Do Sequiera Gon Calviz John Hawkins We agree with Schusky and others' reviews becasue we believe that Nash exposes how much the slave trade trully affected the American culture and how the "melting pot" we have today came to be. Historical Connections Red, White, and Black starts off with the beginning of the slave trade in early fifteenth century. It explains events leading up to slave trade and describes why it lasted so long. The historical context is that the author is saying it in a non biased manner . #2. Another satisfied costomer says "Nash scratches beneath the surface in his analysis of the demographics of colonial America. Not only does he spout statistics, he helps the reader to understand why certain people fought and why they formed alliances during this volatile period in our history. Unique & Interesting Characteristics

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