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Balancing Defense with Offense During COVID-19

Within the oil and gas industry, the pandemic set off a chain reaction of events, resulting in the largest drop in crude oil pricing in three decades. Unable to assess the continued impact of COVID-19 and severely reduced production, oil and gas companies are instead looking to achieve sustainable change…

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Jimmy Leppert is managing director/oil and gas practice leader at strategy execution and change management firm Kotter, helping leaders bring speed and scale to the implementation of their most pressing strategic priorities. He can be reached at jimmy.leppert@kotterinc.com

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Rod Walker is president of consulting at strategy execution and change management firm Kotter, helping leaders bring speed and scale to the implementation of their most pressing strategic priorities. He can be reached at rod.walker@kotterinc.com.

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