Global HR Forum 2009 (GHR Forum 2009)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 03, 2009||End Date/Time: Nov 05, 2009|
|Registration Date: Aug 30, 2009|
|Abstract Submission Date: Apr 30, 2009|
O. Title: Global HR Forum 2009
O. Date: 3(Tue)- 5(Thu) Nov., 2009
O. Venue: Sheraton Walkerhill, Seoul, Korea
O. Theme: Creative Education for All
0. Contact Point :
Global HR Forum Secretariat
- Address : 3F, Hankyung Bldg., 441 Junglim-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-791, Korea
- Tel : +82-2-360-4081
- Fax : +82-2-360-4085
- Homepage : www.ghrforum.org
- E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
O. About Global HR Forum
Global HR Forum was established in 2006 by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the Korea Economic Daily and Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training, under the goal of promoting â€˜Human Resources Development for Global Prosperityâ€™. It was attended by senior leaders from foreign governments and international organizations, CEOs of global enterprises and top-notch Korean and foreign educational and human resources development experts, including academics.
We have discussed on cultivation and utilization of global talents which would be the best countermeasure against accumulated future challenges such as economic divide, low growth, climate change, energy demand and supply. etc.
The Forum is composed of a general meeting, special lectures, discussion sessions and expert meetings. The overall objectives of the Forum are to:
1. Search for innovative solutions to all human problems by means of developing creative talents through global cooperation;
2. Share the best practices and experiences of public/private sectors and higher education institutions in creative talent development; and
3. Identify and discuss, from a global perspective, the common challenges and tasks in developing human resources for future generations.
O. Synopsis of Global HR Forum
From the subprime tsunami that has recently swept the global economy, to the diamond mining rights currently crippling boy soldiers of Sierra Leone, and even the increase in carbon dioxide emissions currently accelerating glacier melting rates, the severe consequences of such global issues demand improvements in international financial relations.
Relieving such tension over global finance urgently requires the further development and use of human resources. Global aid operations led by international organizations seeking to rehabilitate areas suffering from global violence require expert education and training. Governments and NGOs of many countries aiming to awaken the public conscious to the seriousness of global pollution can only do so through advancements in basic education.
The Global Human Resource Forum is a collaborative effort to pinpoint the problems inhibiting global co-prosperity and create solutions for such problems based on the belief that the advancement of the world economy can be achieved through the improvement of global human resources.
The Korea Economic Daily, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training
World Bank, OECD, UNESCO, World Federation of United Nations Associations(WFUNA), Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte Consulting, Watson Wyatt,Hay Group, Hewitt Associates, Samsung Economic Research Institute, Mercer, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Accenture, IBM, Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE)
O. Who Will Attend
Ranking senior executives and decision-makers from the government, business and education sector, including:
? Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Diplomats, and other high-ranking government official
? Chancellor, Deans, Professors, Other scholars
? C-level and senior executives or multi-local, regional and global management and operations from 250 organizations.
? Corporate staff with senior / significant oversight for human resources, leadership / organizational development, change management and education.
? Professionals responsible for multi-national strategy and business development.
? Academics able to contribute relevant and cutting-edge theory and applied research on cross-cultural competition and organizational development.
? Consulting principals charged with counseling organizations on cutting-edge leadership development and change management strategies and tools.
[ Keynote(Opening) Session ]
O. A Blueprint for 21st Century Global Leadership
O. Re-designing the map of Asian Higher Education : Asian Erasmus Project
O. Integration by Education in the 21st Century : a Challenge for Public-Private Partnership
[ Government Education Policy Track ]
O. The Changing Role of Government and Education in the 21st Century
O. The Role of Education in Enhancing Intergenerational Income mobility
O. Export Education: A Strategic Approach to Developing the Sector
O. Unlocking the Global Education City Imperative
O. Universal University : Organizational Integration and Competitive Advantage
[ Corporate Talent Management Track ]
O. Growth Strategy & Talent Management during a Recession
O. Developing Global Leadership Capabilities and Global Mindset
O. Managing the Talent-Centric & Ambidextrous Organization
O. Next Solution From the Learning Innovation Network
O. Global Talent SCM: Workforce Planning Through Predictive Analytics
O. Employee's Engagement & Maximization of the Enterprise-wide Performance
[ Higher Education Innovation Track ]
O. School Innovation: Pathway to the Knowledge Society
O. Principal Leadership and School Performance
O. Multi-Disciplinary Elite Education
O. Open Innovaton and Global R&D Collaboration
O. Strategic Teaching and Learning
O. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Education Delivery Channel Investments