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GLOBAL HR

GLOBAL HR FORUM

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FORUM 2015

PROGRAM PARTNERS

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015


Global Talent, Global Prosperity!
November 3(Tue)-5(Thu), 2015
Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas, Korea

MEDIA PARTNERS

Global HR Forum Secretariat


13F, Korea Economic Daily Bldg., 463, Cheongpa-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea (100-791)
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Global Talent, Global Prosperity!

Hosting Organizations

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Invitation

Korean Ministry of Education

GLOBAL
HR FORUM
2015

Global HR Forum that was first founded in 2006 by the Korea Economic Daily,
Korean Ministry of Education and Korea Research Institute for Vocational
Education & Training will be held in Seoul from November 3 to 5, under the
slogan of 'Global Talent, Global Prosperity!'.
The forum was launched in order to encourage global cooperation for coprosperity of the entire human race. Human Resources policies and strategies
discussed at our forum will become very useful solutions for current global
issues such as economic inequality, underdevelopment, climate change, and
energy risk.
Due to the changes in dynamics of human capital management generated by the
accelerated globalization, developing more competitive and creative human
talents has become one of the most significant challenges for all countries.
Officials of international organizations and governments, global corporate
executives, world-class university presidents and prominent scholars will join
this year's forum to share their thoughts and ideas on human resources
development.
All the organizers of the Global HR Forum will do our best to find ways to
cultivate creative human talents and build a strong international cooperation
system. We look forward to your interest and participation in our forum. Thank
you!

The Ministry of Education was reorganized in March 2013, since then it is


the Governments lead advisor on the education system, shaping direction
for education agencies and providers and contributing to the Governments
goals for education. It is committed to providing an environment where
diversity is embraced and potential can be fulfilled, an environment where
all students are given the same opportunity to pursue and realize their
dreams, regardless of their background and location. The Ministry of
Education is dedicated to improving our nation's education system to
inspire the joy of learning in students and the joy of teaching in teachers,
and they are working with all stakeholders to achieve the goal of providing
education for happiness that nurtures dreams and talents.

The Korea Economic Daily


The Korea Economic Daily (KED) was first established in 1964 as Daily
Economic Newspaper, and was renamed as The Korea Economic Daily in 1980.
As its 50-year histroy manifests, KED has grown together with the Korean
economy, providing leading source for domestic and global businesses. KED is
highly evaluated given that its news contents satisfy readers of various age
spectrum and has been a pioneer in many aspects of economic education and
journalism. In addition to domestic sources, KED also gathers the most
accurate information from its world-class alliances including the Wall Street
Journal and China Economic Daily. Its correspondents in the U.S., China and
Japan also provide the most up-to-date news with utmost efficiency. With great
devotion and commitment, KED provides a rich channel of knowledge and
information and helps its readers to have more balanced perspectives on
current socioeconomic issues.

Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education


and Training

Global T
Talent,
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Global
Prosperity!

Deputy Prime Minister & Minister,


Korean Ministry of Education

President and Publisher,


Korea Economic Daily

President, Korea Research Institute


for Vocational Education and Training

Wooyea Hwang

Kiwoong Kim

Yongsoon Lee

Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training (KRIVET) is a


national policy research institute established in 1997 with the mandate of
promoting vocational education and training, and improving the Korean
public's lifelong skills development. It is affiliated with the National
Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences under the
Prime Minister. KRIVET leads the policy research in vocational education
and training, and carries out a wide range of research and related activities
including the development of qualification systems and VET programs.
KRIVET also supports the Korean government in fulfilling its key national
strategies by operating various specialized centers, such as Center for NCS
Curriculum Development and Implementation, Center for Meister Schools,
and Center for Private Qualifications. Furthermore, as a UNESCO Regional
Centre of Excellence in technical vocational education and training, KRIVET
is at the forefront of globalizing national policy research institutes in Korea.

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

What is the Global HR Forum?


As globalization has rapidly changed our lives, the boundaries
between countries have disappeared and the movement of human
resources from one country to another has become commonplace.
Accordingly, governments, international organizations, companies,
and individuals are required to be globally competitive.
The reason global competitiveness of human resources became a
key issue is that now everyone, and not just a small number of elites
in specialized fields, must compete to survive in the world. Because
human resources are the foundation where the prosperity of
individuals, businesses, society, and the world is built upon, the
governments, businesses, and educational institutions must join
efforts to improve the education, training, and utilization of human
resources.
Due to this, the Korea Economic Daily, Korean Ministry of Education,
and Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training
recognized the needs for international cooperation and collaboration,
and initiated the Global HR Forum in collaboration with the private
sector in 2006.

Global Talent, Global Prosperity!


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About GLOBAL HR FORUM

Speaker Testimonials
It is critical that we improve our understanding about
how the private and public sectors can work in
partnership to support human resources development
around the world. Im pleased that the Global HR Forum
is taking place in Korea. By participating in this forum,
youll have the opportunity to play an important role in
addressing the vital human resources issues.
Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft
(Congratulatory Speech, Global HR Forum 2006)
I really expect that Global HR Forum will be the best
way to seek for the resolutions against accumulated
future challenges.
- Bill Clinton, Former President of the United States
(Keynote Speech, Global HR Forum 2007)

Knowledge-sharing endeavors such as Global HR


Forum are crucial to our collective efforts to meet the
challenges ahead. Global problems demand global
solutions, and approaches need to be informed by the
vision of both thinkers and practitioners by leaders
in every field, such as all of you.
- Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of United Nations
(Congratulatory Message, Global HR Forum 2007)

What are the primary goals of


the Global HR Forum?
- Find solutions for the major on-going global issues that the entire
human race is facing
- Share creative, valuable experiences and cases of human resources
development in government, public and private sectors
- Discuss significant factors of human resources development for
the future generations in terms of global perspectives

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Education may be the only solution to overcome


current global economic crisis and economic inequality
issues. I think Global HR Forum will work as a place to
find the best ways of growing talented global leaders,
and giving hopes and supports to people through
education.
- Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea
(Congratulatory Speech, Global HR Forum 2012)

This is an innovation-creating forum that is now a


landmark not just in Korea and in this continent, but
recognized as a very important event around in every
continent in the world.
- Gordon Brown, Former Prime Minster of the United Kingdom
(Keynote Speech, Global HR Forum 2012)

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2014

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

Human Resources for Trust and Integration


Overview

Main Speakers

Date

November 3(Tue) - 5(Thu), 2015

Venue

Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas, Korea

Slogan

Global Talent, Global Prosperity!

Hosts

Audience Profile

- Ministers of related fields and high ranking officials from international


organizations and human resources divisions

Overview

- CEOs of global businesses and HR Executives

Jim Yong Kim

John Gottman

President,
World Bank Group

Professor Emeritus of Psychology,


University of Washington

Youngsuk Chi

Kevin Sneader

Chairman, Elsevier

Chairman,
Asia, McKinsey & Company

Robert Brown

Thomas Frey

President, Boston University

Executive Director,
DaVinci Institute

Timothy OShea

Janina Kugel

Principal & Vice-Chancellor,


University of Edinburgh

Corporate Vice-President,
Siemens

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Forum History

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

- Presidents of the world's top universities and experts from academia


- Heads from industries, research institutions and economic development
agencies
- Other human resources-related agency representatives and many others

Official Language

Title

Global HR Forum 2014

Date

November 4(Tue)-6(Thu), 2014

Venue

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill,

English & Korean (simultaneous interpretation provided)

Seoul, Korea

Theme

Human Resources for Trust and


Integration

- Human Resources Development for Sustainable

Program At A Glance
Time

Nov 3(Tue)

07:00~08:30

Growth

Nov 4(Wed)

Time

Nov 5(Thu)

- The Science of Trust

Registration

07:30~09:00

Registration

- Lecture on Successful Leadership by Global CEOs

09:00~10:30
08:30~10:00
Pre-Event

Opening Ceremony
& Keynote Speech

Track A

Track B

Track C

Track D

Session
A-1

Session
B-1

Session
C-1

Session
D-1

Plenary
Session 1

12:00~13:00

Lunch

Pre-Event

Plenary
Session 4

16:40~18:00
18:00~20:00

14:00~15:30
Special
Session 3

Welcome
Reception

Session
A-2

Session
B-2

Session
C-2

Session
D-2

- Aging Workforce and Productivity


- New Global Trends in MBA Education

Lunch

Special
Session 4

Session
A-3

Session
B-3

the Masses
Session
C-3

Session
D-3

- How to Recruit and Manage Key Human Resources


- Social Network and Paradigm Changes in Recruiting
- Technology, Demography and the Future of The

Break

15:30~16:00

Break

16:10~16:40

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11:00~12:30

Special
Session 2

Plenary
Session 3

- Global Citizenship Education for Learning to Live


- Creating Jobs for Women

Break

12:30~14:00

Break

14:20~14:50

- Youth Start-ups and Job Policies

- Connected Learning : Redesigning Education for

Lunch
Plenary
Session 2

13:00~14:20

14:50~16:10

Special
Session 1

- New Paradigms for Future Universities

Together
10:30~11:00

10:10~12:00

Contents

16:00~17:30

17:30~18:00

Session
A-4

Session
B-4

Workforce
Session
C-4

Wrap-up Session

Session
D-4

- Excellence in Education: Constructing Creative and


Innovative Ideas through the Art of Asking Questions
- Work Ethics for the Society of Trust and Integration

Michael Karnjanaprakorn

Phil Rosenzweig

CEO & Founder, Skillshare

Professor, IMD

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2013

Forum History

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2012

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

Beyond Walls

Better Education, the Best Welfare

Main Speakers

Overview

Ehud Barak

Francis Fukuyama

Former Prime Minister of


Israel

Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow,


Stanford University

Overview

Main Speakers

Title

Global HR Forum 2013

Title

Global HR Forum 2012

Date

November 5-7, 2013

Date

October 23-25, 2012

Venue

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill,

Venue

Lotte Hotel Seoul, Korea

Theme

Better Education, the Best Welfare

Contents

Seoul, Korea

Theme

Contents

Beyond Walls

Hans Paul Buerkner

Laszlo Bock

Chairman,
The Boston Consulting Group

Senior Vice President of


People Operations, Google

Timothy Trainor

Pradeep Khosla

Brigadier General & Dean,


United States Military Academy
at West Point, U.S. Army

Chancellor, University of
California-San Diego

Anne Krueger

Communities

Founder and Director, Harvard


International Negotiation Program

Professor, School of Advanced


International Studies(SAIS),
Johns Hopkins University

Richard B. Freeman

Roger H. Brown

Professor of Economics,
Harvard University

President,
Berklee College of Music

- Better Early-Childhood Education for Cultivating


Future Talents

Germany, Switzerland & Singapore

- The New Era of Competence: Connecting Learning

- Skills Dynamics for Happy Education and Social

and Employment

Progress

- Human Talent Development in the Era of

- Lifelong Learning in the Centennial Era - For the

Job Market

Daniel Shapiro

- The Role of Universities as Centers for Knowledge

Creative Economy

- How to Recruit & Train the Best Employees in the

Creation; How They Change Companies and

- Overcoming the Global Economic Crisis by

Next Source of Growth

- Balanced Regional Development Driven by

Happy Third Age

Presidential Candidate of
Saenuri Party

- The Global Economy in Transition, Looking for the

- Lecture on Successful Leadership by Global CEOs

- The Secret of Vocational Education and Training in

Park Geun-hye

Former Prime Minister of


The United Kingdom

- Negotiating to Change the World

the Creative Process

a Center for Knowledge Creation & Integration

Gordon Brown

Increasing International Cooperation

- How Israel Developed its Human Talents through

- New Roles of Universities in Creative Economy as

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Forum History

Regis Kelly

Paul Thompson

Director, California Institute


for Quantitative Bioscience(QB3)

Rector, Royal College of Art

China-Japan-Korea FTA
- Specialty Schools and Institutions that Nurture
Creative Talents (Berklee College of Music, Parsons
The New School of Design, Le Cordon Bleu)

- How Global Companies Recruit C-level Executives


- Building Basics for Skill-oriented Society
- Graduating in a Competitive Job Market: Which is
the Most Required Skill or Quality?

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Scott Drach

Julie Gebauer

Feridun Hamdullahpur

Elisabeth Dahle

Vice President of HR,


Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Managing Director of Talent &


Rewards, Towers Watson

President,
University of Waterloo

Deputy Minister of Education


and Research, Norway

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2011

Forum History

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2010

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

Smart Education: Reinventing the Future

Overview

Main Speakers

Open and Ready for Tomorrow

Overview

Main Speakers

Title

Global HR Forum 2011

Title

Global HR Forum 2010

Date

November 1-3, 2011

Date

October 26-28, 2010

Venue

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill,

Venue

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill,

Seoul, Korea

Theme

Smart Education:
Reinventing the Future

Seoul, Korea
Yukio Hatoyama
Fomer Prime Minister
of Japan

Paul Volcker

Former Chairman, U.S.


President's Economic
Recovery Advisory Board

Contents

Robert Mundell

Former Chairman,
Federal Reserve Board

Professor of Economics,
University of Columbia

Jacques Attali

Jeffrey Pfeffer

President, Planet Finance

Professor of Organizational
Behavior, Stanford University

Joseph Polisi

Tony Little

President,
The Juilliard School

Headmaster, Eaton College

- Imperative Sense of Global Citizenship and Social


Russ Hagey

Michele Wucker

Senior Partner & Worldwide


Chief, Bain & Company

President,
World Policy Institute

Responsibility
- Cultivating Next Generation Leadership
- Innovation Economy to Quality Jobs towards

- Creation of a New Corporate Competitiveness:

Sustainable Growth

Social Marketing and Utilizing Human Resources

- Future of Euro Zone after Debt Crisis

- The Role of Family, School and Society in the Age

- Chinas Currency Policy & Global Imbalance

of Centenarians

- G20 Seoul Agenda from Non-G20 Perspectives

- Learning into the Future: Advances in

- Future Talent in Asian Hegemony

Contents

Alan Greenspan

Koreas Role

World

- Korean Wave and Education Brand

Open and Ready for Tomorrow

- G20 Global Governance, Seoul Summit and

- Restoring Prosperity: A Large Challenge for All the

Technology-based Education

Theme

System

Asian Politics & Economy

Crisis?

- Post-Crisis World Economy and Governance

- Leadership Change in Global Economy and East

- Are We Headed Towards Another Global Economic

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Steve Coll

Rajendra Sisodia

President and CEO,


New America Foundation

Professor of Marketing,
Bentley University

- Emerging Education Trends and Policies for 21st


Century Talents
- HRD Cases and Future Workforce Plans for
Multinational Enterprises

- Future Capitalism and Coexistence

- HR Development and Strategies for Future Labor


Market Demands

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Conrad Wolfram

Milton Chen

Ha-joon Chang

Chief Strategy Officer,


Wolfram Research, Inc.

Executive Director,
The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Professor of Economics,
Cambridge University

Reinhold Weiss

Head of Research, German


Federal Institute for Vocational
Education and Training

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2009

Forum History

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

Creative Education for All

Overview

Main Speakers

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2008


Creative Talents for Global Collaboration

Overview

Main Speakers

Title

Global HR Forum 2009

Title

Global HR Forum 2008

Date

November 3-5, 2009

Date

November 4-6, 2008

Venue

Sheraton Grande Walkerhill,

Venue

Grand Intercontinental Hotel,

Seoul, Korea

Theme

Contents

Creative Education for All

Seoul, Korea
Gerhard Schroeder

C. Fred Bergsten

Former Chancellor of
Germany

Director, Peterson Institute


for International Economics

- Blueprint for Global Leadership in the 21st

Jack Welch

President of the Republic of


Korea

Former CEO,
General Electric

Martin Feldstein

Craig R. Barrett

Former President, National


Bureau of Economic Research

Chairman,
Intel Corporation

Contents

- Educations Challenge for Creative Talent


Dave Ulrich

David J. Skorton

Professor of Business,
University of Michigan

President,
Cornell University

Asia-Pacific Region to Produce Creative Global

Developement
- Future-Oriented Innovation of University Education
- Change in Global Environment and Corporate

Leaders

Strategies for Human Resources

- World Order and Korea's Leadership in the Age of

- Educational Reform for Developing Creative

Multi-polarization

Talents

- A Policy for Cultivating Creative Talent

- Strategy for Connection between Creative

Collaboration

Lee Myung-bak

- How to Cultivate Core Talent for the Future

- Growth Sustainability and Stability of Society for

Resources

Creative Talents for Global

Government

Resource Strategy

- Global Companies Strategy for Creative Human

Theme

- The Changing World Affairs and the New Role of

- Creative Management and Global Human

- Plan for Cooperation among Countries in the

Century

Job Creation

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- Emerging HRD Issues


Richard K. Miller

Ralph A. Eichler

Terashima Jitsuro

Jean Robert Pitte

President, Franklin W. Olin


College of Engineering

President, ETH Zurich

Head, Mitsui Global Strategic


Studies Institute

Former President,
University of Paris-Sorbonne

Education and Labor Market

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Tan Chorh Chuan

Atsushi Seike

Jozef M. Ritzen

Nicholas R. Burnett

President, National
University of Singapore

President, Keio University

President,
University of Maastricht

Assistant Director-General of
Education, UNESCO

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GLOBAL HR FORUM 2007

Forum History

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2006

GLOBAL HR FORUM 2015

HR Solutions for the Next Generation

Overview

Main Speakers

Global Talent, Global Prosperity

Overview

Main Speakers

Title

Global HR Forum 2007

Title

Global HR Forum 2006

Date

October 23-25, 2007

Date

November 8-10, 2006

Venue

Grand Intercontinental Hotel,

Venue

Grand Intercontinental Hotel,

Seoul, Korea

Theme

Contents

HR Solutions for the Next Generation

Seoul, Korea
Bill Clinton

Kimoon Ban

Former President of
the United States

Secretary General, UN

- Global Challenges and HR Agenda


- Trust and Modern Organizations

Theme

Contents

Global Talent, Global Prosperity

Oscar Arias Sanchez

Richard C. Holbrooke

President of Costa Rica

Vice-Chairman, Perseus LLC

Perspective
- Creating a Global Talent Pool - Higher Education

Kenichi Ohmae

Paul Wolfowitz

President & CEO,


Business Breakthrough, Inc.

President, The World Bank

John J.Haley

Robert J. Barro

President & CEO,


Watson Wyatt

Professor,
Harvard University

Perspective

Organizations with Just-in-Time Knowledge and

- Cooperating to Create Global Talent Pool

Learning

- Core Competencies What does Business want?

- Innovation in Higher Education

- Learning Organization & Global Talent

- Innovative Talent Strategies in Global Enterprises

- Internationalization of Higher Education

- Trans-National and Cross-Sectoral Dialogue on HR

Professor, Johns Hopkins


University

- Creating a Global Talent Pool - Business

- Developing the Collective Intelligence of

Development

Francis Fukuyama

Chairman, Microsoft

- Global Talent, Global Prosperity

- Innovation and Firm Culture

- National HR Strategies for Sustainable

Bill Gates

New Generation of Leaders

the Basic Framework of CSR Management

Operator

- Global Political and Economic Trends Facing a

- Establishing the Fostering of Human Resource as

- Human Resource Challenge for a Global Airport

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Richard K. Lyons,

Ben Verwaayen

Chief Learning Officer,


Goldman Sachs

CEO, British Telecom

- Enhancing MBA Programs in the Asia-Pacific


Region
- Strengthening Partnerships between Industry and
Education
- Pursuing Common Prosperity In Response to
Socio-Economic Disparity

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Franz Cremer

Mark S. Wrighton

Jean Robert Pitte

Bertel Haarder

Senior Vice President,


BMW Group

Chancellor, Washington
University in St. Louis

President, University of
Paris IV (Sorbonne)

Minister of Education,
Danmark

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