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Shells Speedy Remedy

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Mon Nov 01 2004

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The article discusses how Shell Group, the world's fourth largest corporation, met government regulations in two months time. In 2002, Shell Exploration and Production found itself in a tough spot. To meet government regulations, it needed to train thousands of employees at diverse locations across the globe. Most of those employees worked on oil platforms in the middle of the ocean-and only two months remained until the deadline. Shell needed to have the training authored, delivered, and completed quickly in order to adhere to the government's deadline. More important, because government auditors would check its effectiveness, Shell needed training that would ensure that effectiveness. If the government determined that the training was ineffective, Shell would owe millions of dollars in fines.

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