Essay about Halliburton Management Planning

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Halliburton is one of the largest Drilling companies in the world. This company has over 50,000 employees and operates in more then 70 Countries including North America, Central & South America, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Oceania. Halliburton consists of two company divisions-(1) Drilling and Evaluation and (2) Completion and Protection This paper will go over the various aspects of Management planning within Halliburton.
Planning Function of Management Planning is essential at all levels of the Halliburton Organization. Planning is a methodical approach for translating the company mission and vision into strategies and action plans that respond to the customer, stockholders, and employees, as well as regular day to
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“The team consists of the CEO, executive VP of Strategy and Corporate, the executive VP of Administration, the presidents of the Eastern and Western areas, the Senior VP of the Law Department and the director of HSE and Operational Excellence” (2007). Ethics
The highest Operational responsibility is the Chief HSE Officer who works close with the SD and HSE committee to make sure company policies are up to date and monitor’s the compliance of company wide policies. Performance is shared by all employees and is explained to them at the time of hire and throughout the time with the company. When first hired on, each employee has to sign a code of Business Conduct agreement; this also includes a portion of HSE specifics as well.
Corporate Social
Halliburton tries to be the preferred employer and that means attracting, hiring, developing, promoting, rewarding, and retaining the right people at the right time and place. They embrace fair labor practices and maintain decent work facilities at all their locations, also
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