Thread regarding Chevron Corp. layoffs

PRC President retiring.

Coincidence... I think not. Seeing as the rumors are working out to be true, PRC was mentioned as one of the BU’s to get the axe.
Wonder who else is going to be retiring.

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PRC May have been terrible but SBU management was at least as bad. Look at some of the appalling decisions DRBs have made including quite a few names still around. Accountability took the form of sharing lessons learned, which never worked since we continue to this very moment to relearn the same old MCP lessons again and again. Groundhog Day.

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Post ID: @Dwaq+127ZDDrs

There was never any real accountability for the CVX projects PRC managed. PRC Project Managers only cared about thief short term milestones without consideration of overall impact on true cost and production delays. PRC Project managers, at least a majority I’ve encountered, lack integrity.

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Post ID: @Dkoy+127ZDDrs

One of the best supervisors I had in 36 years. When you get a downstream CEO, downsizing is not far away. Joe could run my company any day!

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Post ID: @meyp+127ZDDrs

PRC President is a good man with values. Too bad many of the PRC Project Mgrs lack the same integrity, leadership skills and character.

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Post ID: @hvjk+127ZDDrs

Seems like a certain facilities engineering boss who oversaw two LNG disasters and applied all the lessons learned to a TCO catastrophe might be looking for a new line of work.

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Post ID: @6etl+127ZDDrs

A sign of the times. Chevron’s future will no longer have a steady queue of major projects, so no need for a Project Resources Company. It’s that simple.

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Post ID: @jfc+127ZDDrs

Hey who cares shut it down

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