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Program Book of Global HR Forum 2013

Program Book of Global HR Forum 2013

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The Korean government recognized the need for international cooperation and collaboration, and as a result initiated the Global HR forum 2006 in collaboration with the private sector. Over 3,000 people attended the 1st Global HR Forum and including the heads of renowned universities and leaders of private, public, and international institutions. Notable speakers include entrepreneurs such as Bill Gates, the founder and chairman of Microsoft; Paul Wolfowitz, President of the World Bank with heads of OECD, UNESCO, and other related international organizations; high ranking government officials such as Bertel Haarder, the education minister of Denmark; and scholars such as Robert Barro, professor at Harvard University.

The Global HR Forum 2007 started off with video lectures by Bill Clinton, former President of U.S.A., Óscar Arias Sánchez, former President of Costa Rica, and Ki-Moon Ban, Secretary-General of the UN. Over 4000 participants gathered to hear the messages from more than 150 prominent global leaders from 35 countries. Speakers include Richard Holbrooke, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Francis Fukuyama, Professor of Johns Hopkins University, Ben Verwaayen, President of British Telecom, as well as the CEOs and CHOs of companies such as Goldman Sachs, BMW, Boeing, and Walt Disney Studios. Representatives of governments such as the Minister of Culture of Sudan, the Minister of Education of Iraq, Bulgaria's Vice Minister for Education and other high ranking officials from involved with Education and Culture were present, and representatives of the OECD, World Bank, and ALECSO also participated as speakers.

The 3rd Global HR Forum held in 2008, kicked off with video speeches by Jack Welch, former CEO of GE, and Craig R. Barrett, CEO of Intel. Other participants include Martin Feldstein, former Chairman of the NBER, Jean Robert Pitte, president of the University of Paris-Sorbonne, Jozef M. Ritzen, president of the University of Maastricht, Nicolas R. Burnett, Assistant Director-General of Education for UNESCO, and the CEOs and CHOs of companies such as Pfizer, HP, IBM, Motorola, Dupont and Corning.

The Global HR Forum in 2009 began with a video presentation by the President of the Republic of Korea, Myung-Bak Lee. Other speakers include, Former German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder known for leading Germany to an economic boom post reunification; Fred Bergsten, Director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, leading authority on the global economic outlook; the world's leading HR theorist Dave Ulrich, Professor at the University of Michigan; David Skorton, President of Cornell University; Tan Chorh Chuan, President of the National University of Singapore; Atsushi Seike, President of Keio University, senior government officials of education, science and technology, and culture from over 65 countries; major university presidents; globally recognized scholars; as well as the CEOs of multinational firms presented at the forum.

The slogan for the 5th Global HR Forum held in October 26-28, 2010 was "Open and Ready for Tomorrow." 200 speakers from 52 countries participated in the forum and notable speakers include Allan Greenspan, former Chairman of the FRB; Jacque Attali, President of PlaNet Finance; Joseph Polisi, President of the Julliard School; Tony Little, Headmaster of Eton College; Nobel Economics Prize Laureate Robert Mundell, Professor of Economics at the University of Columbia; Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford University; and Franci Phelan, CHRO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. World-class scholars and global CEOs discussed issues such as the new world economic order post-crisis, balanced growth, development of creative talent, and management of a just society. The responses from participants of the forum were very positive and many of the participating companies found the forum helpful in establishing vision and gaining the insight ne
The Korean government recognized the need for international cooperation and collaboration, and as a result initiated the Global HR forum 2006 in collaboration with the private sector. Over 3,000 people attended the 1st Global HR Forum and including the heads of renowned universities and leaders of private, public, and international institutions. Notable speakers include entrepreneurs such as Bill Gates, the founder and chairman of Microsoft; Paul Wolfowitz, President of the World Bank with heads of OECD, UNESCO, and other related international organizations; high ranking government officials such as Bertel Haarder, the education minister of Denmark; and scholars such as Robert Barro, professor at Harvard University.

The Global HR Forum 2007 started off with video lectures by Bill Clinton, former President of U.S.A., Óscar Arias Sánchez, former President of Costa Rica, and Ki-Moon Ban, Secretary-General of the UN. Over 4000 participants gathered to hear the messages from more than 150 prominent global leaders from 35 countries. Speakers include Richard Holbrooke, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Francis Fukuyama, Professor of Johns Hopkins University, Ben Verwaayen, President of British Telecom, as well as the CEOs and CHOs of companies such as Goldman Sachs, BMW, Boeing, and Walt Disney Studios. Representatives of governments such as the Minister of Culture of Sudan, the Minister of Education of Iraq, Bulgaria's Vice Minister for Education and other high ranking officials from involved with Education and Culture were present, and representatives of the OECD, World Bank, and ALECSO also participated as speakers.

The 3rd Global HR Forum held in 2008, kicked off with video speeches by Jack Welch, former CEO of GE, and Craig R. Barrett, CEO of Intel. Other participants include Martin Feldstein, former Chairman of the NBER, Jean Robert Pitte, president of the University of Paris-Sorbonne, Jozef M. Ritzen, president of the University of Maastricht, Nicolas R. Burnett, Assistant Director-General of Education for UNESCO, and the CEOs and CHOs of companies such as Pfizer, HP, IBM, Motorola, Dupont and Corning.

The Global HR Forum in 2009 began with a video presentation by the President of the Republic of Korea, Myung-Bak Lee. Other speakers include, Former German Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder known for leading Germany to an economic boom post reunification; Fred Bergsten, Director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, leading authority on the global economic outlook; the world's leading HR theorist Dave Ulrich, Professor at the University of Michigan; David Skorton, President of Cornell University; Tan Chorh Chuan, President of the National University of Singapore; Atsushi Seike, President of Keio University, senior government officials of education, science and technology, and culture from over 65 countries; major university presidents; globally recognized scholars; as well as the CEOs of multinational firms presented at the forum.

The slogan for the 5th Global HR Forum held in October 26-28, 2010 was "Open and Ready for Tomorrow." 200 speakers from 52 countries participated in the forum and notable speakers include Allan Greenspan, former Chairman of the FRB; Jacque Attali, President of PlaNet Finance; Joseph Polisi, President of the Julliard School; Tony Little, Headmaster of Eton College; Nobel Economics Prize Laureate Robert Mundell, Professor of Economics at the University of Columbia; Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford University; and Franci Phelan, CHRO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. World-class scholars and global CEOs discussed issues such as the new world economic order post-crisis, balanced growth, development of creative talent, and management of a just society. The responses from participants of the forum were very positive and many of the participating companies found the forum helpful in establishing vision and gaining the insight ne

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GLOBAL
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FORUM 2 0 1 3
BEYOND WALLS
GLOBAL HR  FORUM 2013
NOVEMBER 5~7, 2013SHERATON GRANDE WALKERHILLSEOUL, KOREA
PROGRAM BOOK 
 
GLOBAL
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FORUM 2 0 1 3
BEYOND WALLS
2013
 
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