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Program Book of Global HR Forum 2008

Program Book of Global HR Forum 2008

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Published by Byeong-Seok Jang
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.
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.

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The Global HR Forum was inaugurated in 2006 by the Korean Ministry of Education,Science and Technology in conjunction with the Korea Economic Daily and Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training, under the goal of promoting 'Human Resources Development for Global Prosperity'.In its third year, the Forum will bring together more than 180 distinguished global leaders from 40 countries to engage in an extensive share of dialogue on the theme of 'Creative Talents for Global Collaboration'. This year’s Forum will focus on exchanging knowledge for the fostering of human resources, as a means to countermeasure the recent financial crisis facing the world.Given the current instability of the global economy, international collaboration is more vital than ever before. In this respect, the Forum's ultimate goal is to assist in contributions towards the future development of creative human resources, and toestablish global HR networks between governments, universities, international organizations and businesses.At the Global HR Forum 2008, we look forward to an active dialogue among many eminent leaderswho work tirelessly for global co-prosperity and insights for human resources development.
Byong-Man AhnSang-Min ShinDae-Bong Kwon
Welcome Message
Global HR Forum 2006Global HR Forum 2007
Minister,Ministry of Education, Science and Technology President and Publisher, The Korea Economic DailyPresident, The Korea Research Institute forVocational Education andTraining (KRIVET)
 
Theme :
Creative Talents for Global Collaboration
Date : Nov. 4 (Tue) ~ Nov. 6 (Thu), 2008
Venue : Grand InterContinental Hotel
Theme & Room
StreamStream AStream BStream CStream DSpecial Stream
Grand Ballroom
Grand Ballroom
Orchid RoomGrand Ballroom
Chrysanthemum Room
RoomTheme
PROGRAM
www.ghrforum.org
Global HR Forum 2008
Future-Oriented Innovation of University EducationChange in Global Environment and Corporate Strategies for Human Resources IEducational Reform for Developing Creative TalentsChange in Global Environment and Corporate Strategies for Human Resources IIEmerging HR Issues
Timetable
Overview
Nov. 4. (Tue)Nov. 5. (Wed)Nov. 6. (Thu)
07:00~08:0012:00~13:3014:50~15:1012:30~14:00
Luncheon (Grand Ballroom Lobby)Coffee BreakCoffee Break
13:30~14:5014:00~15:2015:20~15:40
* S-112:00~14:40
09:00~12:0009:30~10:5011:10~12:3010:50~11:1007:00~08:30
Special Lecture for CEO & CHO 1 Heidrick & Struggles Special Lecture for CEO & CHO 2 Boston Consulting Group
 A-3Financial Support for Higher Education ReformB-3 Acquisition of Core Capabilities and Corporate Growththrough Global M&AC-3Role of the Public Sector in Establishing GlobalCommunication SkillsD-3Innovative Global Collaboration and CollectiveIntelligenceS-3The Regularization of Immigration Agents and itsContribution to the Global HR Management A-4Selecting and Developing Creative TalentsB-4Evolution Models for HR Leadership C-4Infrastructure and Accountability for Educational ReformD-4Globalization of Business Management andDiversification of Human Resources ManagementS-4Family-Friendly Culture, Work-Family Coexistence A-5Technology Convergence and HRDB-5Expansion of Global Businesses and Integration of HRC-5The World
s Role in Bridging Disparities in Educationand KnowledgeD-5 Development of Global Financial ExpertsS-5Development of Brain Science and Maximization of Creativity A-6Building Partnerships between Education and IndustrialFieldsB-6Management of Corporate Performance from an HRPerspectiveC-6Utilization of Global Human Resources through BrainCirculationD-6Developing Global Music TalentsS-6Developing Sophisticated Professionals for AerospaceEngineering in the Global Era A-1Vision with Action Plan of Education for theFutureB-1 Establishment of a Creative Corporate CultureC-1 Education Strategies for Promoting CreativityD-1 Career Development and the LeadershipPipelineS-1 Development of Key Competence in Global HRD A-2 Renovating Leading Universities to Accommodate Future ChangesB-2 Succession Planning for Global CompaniesC-2 Cooperation with the Community for EducationRenovationD-2 Comparison of Korean, Chinese, and JapaneseLeadership and their Directions for theDevelopment of Future Global LeadersS-2 Women's Leadership and Diversity
Luncheon (Grand Ballroom Lobby)Coffee BreakRegistrationOpening CeremonyVideo Clip ScreeningWelcome AddressCongratulatory AddressKeynote Speech Keynote Speech 1The Changing World Affairs and the NewRole of GovernmentKeynote Speech 2How to Cultivate Core Talent for the FutureKeynote Speech 3Education's Challenge for Creative TalentDevelopment
15:10~16:3018:00 ~ 20:00
Welcoming Reception
15:40~17:0015:00~16:30
Round Table Discussion
Special
15:00~16:30
Round Table Discussion
10:00~11:30
Round Table Discussion Ⅱ
10:00~17:00
Korea Young Talent Awards Session
SpecialSpecialSpecialSpecialSpecial
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Special Program

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