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HR Directors International Summit Berlin 28th -29th Sept 2011

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

The Summit brings together key personnel, thought leaders, academics, HR practitioners and leading HR service providers. The summit provides an unparalleled platform for HR professionals to access leading programs and key knowledge to advance their own work and careers.
The Summit will offer presentations, Interactive, panel discussions, case studies and workshops by top industry professionals, consultants and academics. Learn about emerging challenges and development strategies in the Human Resources industry and achieve greater business results. www.hrdevent.com

The focus of this event is firmly on providing you with workable strategies and solutions that you can implement for improved real-world performance.

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Summit overview and summary

With the ever changing environment and around the globe political, economic and social conditions are impacting HR strategies leading to new and also innovative thinking to keep abreast of developments and best practices. Its not enough to just keep ahead you need to think fast and proactively, especially when dealing with such global issues as economic crisis, wars, conflicts, economic slowdowns which effect currency and globalization. Together with merger and transformation, takeover issues and of course expansion strategies.

Today’s HR Director needs to be on top of Engagement, Talent acquisition, Leadership development, their overall HR effectiveness and Change Management strategies that are crucial to success.

Highlights

Effective leadership strategies with your corporate goals to maximise corporate and people performance.

Explore the best ways to grow business through talent management and the HR strategy that leeds to company profit.

Find the best way to identify and acquire your talent; how to start the talent management process; creating the right definitions of what talent means for yourcompany; and how to manage and act on results.

Explore best ways to engage your staff. Employees who feel that they are a part of the business and understand more importantly the corporation’s goals are more willing to commit and deliver their working best to achieve those goals.

How to implement Change Management and best practices for a secure strategy of change, including understanding the key drivers to pull to deliver sustainable change within the organization.

Improve your Retention and Succession Planning – the vital keys needed. Key employee retention is critical to the long term health and success of your business.Learn how to affect a good retention and succession strategy.

How to make sure you deliver effective leadership strategies.Learn how to increase your business effectiveness by using these no-fail strategies to improve communication in your organization.

Key speakers include

Group Head of Talent, Aviva PLC Director, BBC Academy, Senior Adviser, BI Norwegian School of Management,Director Talent Management, RICOH Director Group Resources, Xerox Europe Central & Nordic Entity,Head of HR Learning, Talent, VP Strategic HR EDB Grou

Ways To Book on

Phone: +44(0) 203 397 0528
Fax: +44(0) 203 014 8540

Online: at www.hrdevent.com
Email bookings@hrdevent.com
Enquiries contact@hrdevent.com

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CEOs, Government together drive Malaysian talent, technology and creativity needed for Vision 2020

Monday, February 14th, 2011

CEOs, Government together drive Malaysian talent,  technology and creativity needed for Vision 2020

SINGAPORE (10 February 2011) – What will drive business success in 2011? is the most popular question that CEOs, HR Directors and CITOs in HR from Asian Wall Street Journal’s most admired company list—as the global economy slowly rebounds and emerging markets are seen to carry much of the recovery—will address at the HR Talk Show, held 9 March 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

2011 marks a critical period of Transformation for Malaysia—a quantum leap from the current US$7,000 per capita annual income to US$15,000, and a spate of debates has sprung recently on how best to approach the very ambitious transformation of Malaysia into a developed nation that would require Malaysia to grow by 8% per year during this decade. Reports mention that this level of growth will require major private investment from both domestic and foreign sources, resulting from confidence in upgraded human skills and significant economic reform.

Several enthusiastic government initiatives already was set to propel this growth, such as the 10th Malaysia Plan (10MP), the National Key Results Areas (NKRAs), the National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs), the New Economic Model (NEM), the Government Transformation Programmes (GTP), and the Economic Transformation Programmes (ETP). The establishment of PEMANDU and the newly minted Talent Corp—driving these serious initiatives—is expected to drive serious growth trajectories in Malaysia.

Whilst PEMANDU has been resolutely driving growth with 19 more projects and worth RM67 billion in investments, RM36 billion in Gross National Income (GNI), whilst contributing to almost 35,000 new jobs, the challenge is on for Talent Corp, tasked to encourage overseas Malaysians to return home, after almost 500,000 Malaysians reportedly left the country between 2007 and 2009, more than doubling the number of Malaysian professionals who live overseas—exacerbating the country’s brain drain problem. It will have to bridge this massive talent gap.

Talent Corp’s Chief Executive, Johan Merican will be joining the most globally admired companies in Malaysia at the HR Talk Show to address current HR professional challenges three years ago, what those issues are today and what they will be three years from now to provide strategic clarity for Malaysian business leaders.

“Today, 80% of the workforce has education only up to SPM qualifications, Malaysia’s equivalent to the O-levels,” said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. Over the next five years, the aim is to raise the number of highly skilled workers to 5 million— now standing at 3.1 million among the 12 million workers in the country.

But it is, however, easier said than done. The New Economic Model adhering to “market friendly, merit-based, transparent and needs-based” principles of promotion through its inclusive affirmative action policy has yet to generate buy-in from various stakeholders.

The private sector is being cautious in going about this major change, especially given that the new global economy’s “bigger, better, faster, cheaper” demands which put a downward pressure on companies’ profit and liquidity prospects. In IBM’s 2010 Global CEO Study, CEOs turn back to innovation driven by creative leaders who thrive in uncertainties and experimentation to stay relevant in a highly volatile market. Prime Minister Najib Razak declared last year as the Year of Innovation and Creativity for Malaysia, saying, “Innovation creates jobs and boosts national competitiveness. This is why we, too, must make a creative impact in a competitive global economy. We must not allow ourselves to be left behind.”

Technology is another challenge given the new trends that require further collaboration, clarity and transparency, visibility and ubiquity amidst drive to cut costs without cutting effectiveness. HR will constantly be asked of hard numbers before taking up expensive server-based technologies from which they turn towards enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products as cost effective alternatives to ERP software systems for human resource management. In fact in a global survey, about 40% of HR executives plan to implement SaaS for core needs between now and end of 2011, to simplify software management and reduce costs. However, there are challenges along the way, which include security/ privacy concerns, offline support availability and expensive initial implementation costs.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rex Ian Sayson
Arc Media Global
(+65) 6844 2080
hrtalkshow@arcmediaglobal.com
www.arcmediaglobal.com/hrtalkshow
Arc Media Global Pte Ltd
Robinson Road P.O. Box 176, Singapore 900326 ? T +65 6844 2080 ? F +65 6844 2060

If the new economy is to regain its soul, we need to ask ourselves some tough questions,” award-winning author Jim Collin wrote. During this critical period of Transformation in Malaysia, do we ask ourselves tough questions to be the first trillion-dollar company?

Our role as leader in our organizations is to clarify your people and business management direction for 2011-2012 and determine how we can future proof our business and people strategy, against the global drivers that will affect our organization in the coming decade.

The HR Talk Show series is a high-impact interactive platform that bridges the gap between the government and business initiatives to drive best practices and actionable insights into talent, technology and strategy. In a unique talk show format, Anne

Edwards of Bernama TV will facilitate thought-provoking questions to most admired companies to ensure that you:

• Drive improved talent productivity and leadership succession
• Cast off accident-prone legacy strategies for talent management
• Get a methodology to evaluate and implement HR technology and services
• Resume your role with a greater clarity of thought and vision

The Center for Business Strategy and Tactics (Center for Business) is an industry research centre (IRC) that works to bring top executives together in communities of learning and practice to act as a catalyst for generating high-value energy business insight and channel top expertise to where the world needs it most. Center for Business meetings are powered by Arc Media Global, a B2B/G2B integrated international marketing specialist headquartered in Singapore.

If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with the speakers at the HR Talk Show, please call Rex Ian Sayson at (+65) 6844 2080 or e-mail Rex at hrtalkshow@arcmediaglobal.com

Keywords:

Succession planning, talent management, HR technology, compensation and benefits, 1Malaysia, 10MP, GTP, ETP, Talent Corp, New Economic Model, 10th Malaysia Plan, Pemandu, Vision 2020, Johan Merican, Nestle Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia, One Malaysia, Idris Jala, Bernama TV, Anne Edwards

12 – 14 April ’10:5th annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals 2010 in Doha, Qatar

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Given the overwhelming success on the signature event HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals, Fleming Gulf will continue the glory of its 5th annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals 2010 located in the same place- Doha, Qatar starting from 12-14 April 2010.

Taking place over 3 days, the event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful HR strategies.

The fifth in a series of successful annual forums, the event aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on the HR industry today. Discussions varies from current challenges in recruiting new talent in the Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals Industry, how to developing local Talent to match International standards, Strategic Talent Management A challenge which requires continued attention of the business, how to build Learning Organization in the context of Human Resource Development and Organizational Change and many more discussions aimed to answer how does HR move from a traditional function to a modern strategic approach?

The meeting gathers in Doha some of the leading industrial figures, each a stakeholder in HR, to share their insights and valuable experiences on best practices on HR, just to name a few: Stephanie Cox- Schlumberger (France) , Dr. Axel Bode -Wintershall Group (Germany), Freddy Becker- Shell Upstream International (UAE), Abdulrahman Al Tuwaijri- Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabia), Khalid M. Al-Buhairan -Saudi Arabian Chevron (Kuwait), Mundhir Al Barwani -Petroleum Development Oman, Shahzad Sadan- Al Hassan Group of Companies (Oman), Abdulkarim Yahya Hilal, Bahrain National Gas Company- Hussain Redha- Ministry of Labor, Bahrain.

Rudinov Vincent, Senior Conference Producer at Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event quotes, Human Resource issues are of growing importance in the Middle East as economies growing on petro-dollars restructure & localize their traditionally heavy expatriate workforce. The oil, gas & petrochemicals sector is no exception to this. Within the next 5 to 10 years, Oil, Gas &
Petrochemical companies will face a severe shortage of qualified staff. The average age of staff in this Industry is nearing retirement. The challenge here is not just to identify the right talent, but to identify & nurture local talent hence this year event will take HR to the boardroom, from just being a traditional function to now being a strategic function in the company’s bottom line. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the event is a must not miss gathering of industry leaders and HR professionals.

For more information please, click here contact Fleming Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

About Fleming Gulf

Fleming Gulf events are carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. Our business to business conferences are highly interactive events with a limited number of delegates from specialized industry sectors. For each conference Fleming Gulf brings together selected senior level executives who become part of a premium community discussing the questions of the day and enjoying the value of a five star event.

2nd Annual CEE HR Solutions

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

In today’s tough financial climate, competition can be fierce in the world of corporate business. One essential way of maintaining and evolving a competitive edge is through the successful procurement and development of your human resources. CEE HR Solutions remains at the cutting edge in terms of providing real-time intelligence. No other region in the world faces such rapid growth in demand. This growth is creating more and more opportunities for governments and key stakeholders in the sector.

After the huge success of 1st Annual CEE HR Solutions with over 100 participants supported by major sponsors; such as: GRAFTON, DEVELOPER, CHERAZZ, ORC WORLDWIDE, DELOITTE, COGNOS, STEPSTONE and many more; the Jacob Fleming Group is back with the 2nd Annual CEE HR Solutions scheduled 8th-9th June, at Prague.The strict geographical focus on the CEE makes it possible for the organizers to gather pre-qualified cross-sector delegates and an even distribution of service providers in each vertical. Thus, making it possible to network and interact with industry professionals in an exclusive business atmosphere and review and compare achievements from other players in the market.

The event offers the perfect setting for sponsors to present their products and services directly to key HR decision makers from Europe’s leading companies. Through various formats of the congress – keynote and case study presentations, interactive discussions, prescheduled one-to-one meetings and social events – participants and sponsors can explore the underlying business potentials.

Testimonials from last Year:“I appreciate the opportunity of being a VIP guest and experience the service provided by Jacob Fleming. I will gladly recommend Jacob Fleming to my colleagues and Business Partners.”HR Generalist CEE & Scandinavia, MDS Pharma Services 

“Event was rightly timed and I liked the case studies presented. It could also extended to HR solution providers (commercial events)”Regional Manager CEE, COGNOS – An IBM Company 

“We found the organization of informal meetings with the delegates most helpful; also  the delegate we found them very open and interested.”Marketing & Event Manager, ORC Worldwide

Dhanushka Arjuna, Head of BCM (Business Club Meeting) at Jacob Fleming says, “The 2nd Annual CEE HR Solutions congress allows only a limited number of solution providers from each country and category to attend. We work proactively with solution providers before, during and after the event and that builds a true business-driven environment. Our speakers are carefully selected in order to share the latest topics and challenges facing Human Resource pioneers in various industries. One-to-one meetings are arranged according to preferences made prior to the congress between a high-calibre audience of buyers and the world’s most respected solution providers.

YOU select the people you want to meet. Supported by sponsors like: Monster Worldwide, Target, Kelly Services, Trio Management & Aegon-Global Pension, Sky reach relocations - this event would definitely be one amongst those which cannot be missed!�

For more information visit our website: http://www.hrmbcm.com/ 

About About Fleming Gulf
Fleming Gulf is part of the Jacob Fleming Group, one of the world’s leading business intelligence companies that provide business-to-business conferences, consultancy services and market research. Jacob Fleming Group offices in Bratislava (Slovakia), Prague (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Barcelona (Spain), Dubai (UAE) and Cleveland (USA), specialize in organizing prestigious international conferences for Europe and GCC region that provide groundbreaking strategies and proven technical expertise in business functional areas and vertical markets, which include the real estate, energy, finance, media, pharmaceutical and telecom sectors.

For more information please contact:                            

Maria Luminita Birza                                                    Dhanushka Arjuna
Marketing Manager                                                        Head of Business Club Meetings

Fleming Gulf FZE                                                                 Fleming Gulf FZE
Dubai Airport Free Zone                                                     Dubai Airport Free ZoneP.O. Box

P.O. Box 54772 Dubai, U.A.E.                                             P.O. Box 54772 Dubai, UAE

T: +971 4 60 91 575                                                            T: + 971 4 60 91 559
F: +971 4 60 91 589                                                            F: + 971 4 60 91 589
E: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com                                  E: darjuna@fleminggulf.com

 

Managing Local Talent

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Think Global – Work Local…

With the increase in the number of qualified nationals, the GCC countries stand at the threshold of a new era in maximising the potential of their national human capital. However, the current economic situation threatens to undermine the hard-won gains of the nationalisation effort. With companies focusing more on cost – cutting, downsizing and consolidating, the need of the hour is the correct identification, retention and skill set development of the top national employees.

Jacob Fleming is proud to announce the “Managing Local Talent� conference, held in Doha-Qatar on 5-7 October 2009, a three-day Conference & workshop programme, featuring regional and international leaders in the HR profession from GCC region.

The event is crafted with the support of our distinguished panel of advisors who are experts in the field of nationalization. HR practitioners, advisors, academics, consultants and industry experts will come together to speak about and study nationalisation from all angles and find realistic solutions through key note presentations, case studies, speaker panel discussions and scenario based problem solving sessions, like: Current Nationalisation Initiatives in the GCC, how to implement an Effective Nationalisation Plan, Practical Techniques for Proper Assessment and Recruitment, Coaching and Mentoring Programmes for the Integration and Retention of Nationals, potential of the National Women workforce, the role of Education in Nationalisation.

Joy Isaiah, Conference Producer at Jacob Fleming and responsible for this event quotes “Jacob Fleming conferences bring in high level senior industry people who are carefully selected and invited so that the relevance of topics are ensured and business opportunities exists for all involved. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the events being non vendor driven never fail to provide the attendees, a true knowledge sharing experience.â€?

For more information please visit, click here contact

Fleming
Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

About Jacob FlemingJacob Fleming Group, one of the world’s leading business intelligence companies that provide business-to-business conferences, consultancy services and market research. Jacob Fleming Group offices in Bratislava (Slovakia), Prague (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Barcelona (Spain), Dubai (UAE) and Cleveland (USA), specialize in organizing prestigious international conferences for Europe and GCC region that provide groundbreaking strategies and proven technical expertise in business functional areas and vertical markets, which include the real estate, energy, finance, media, pharmaceutical and telecom sectors.

Human Capital Management 2009

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

“Strategy must be created from the future backwards,not the present forwards.”,Gary Hamel,Management Thinker on foresight, strategy and innovation.(www.rogerdennis.com)

Participants rated recruiting and retaining human capital as the biggest challenge for 2009, at the Jacob Fleming HR forum 2008. Reduced man-force against the same work-load is the issue that HR is facing in today’s financial crisis. In this very crisis lies an opportunity for HR to prove its integral role in business operations.

Being named a strategic team member in your organization isn’t enough. Performance is key for HR credibility. How can you retain and strengthen your talent pool without compromising your budget? How can you source into the Middle East the huge talent pool available in the U.S. and Europe that resulted from the crisis ?

The temporary solution of laying-off people will pose a much bigger problem in the coming fiscal years. Learn to let go of personnel without burning your bridges. The economy will inevitably rise. Stabilize your talent assets for the time when business operations expand.

Fleming
Gulf presents in response to the latest HR demands,
Human Capital Management Forum 2009 in
Dubai, 19-21 May, Dubai-UAE 2009.

Find the opportunity in the crisis by investing in strategies that will strengthen talent management. Turn our academic breakthrough into physical results. Smart-size. Don’t down-size.

For more information please Click Here!, or contact

Fleming
Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

HR 360 Egypt-International Conference with over 35 Global HR Gurus

Sunday, March 8th, 2009

Cairo, Egypt-Human Resources around the world is challenged to minimize the effects of the global financial crisis for its organizations. Egypt and the Middle East face even greater concerns as their battle for upcoming hurdles means dealing with past issues as well. The war for talent, skill gaps, and succession planning are among the serious issues of the region. Facing all these concerns, the industry longs for strategic solutions.

HR 360 Egypt is the largest international conference to address the concerns voiced by the industry. Featuring over 25 speakers in two summits, its programme will resound best practices, case studies and insights offered by HR Professionals from Egypt, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

HR 360 Profile Speakers include: Medhat El Madany, President, The Egyptian Human Resource Management Association (EHRMA), Amani Nafeh, Director of Human Resources, Raya Holding, Seif Sadek, General Manager Human Resources, Mantrac, Chairman for the Human Resources Committee, American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, Azza El Bendary, Vice President Human Resources & Administration, Palm Hills Developments, Zacharia Thomas, Human Resources Director, British American Tobacco, Amina El Karamany, HR Director, Sanofi aventis Egypt, Sabine Blatter, Head of Corporate Human Resources, Siemens Egypt, Hany Mahmoud,Regional Human Resources Director Central Europe & Africa, Vodafone Group, Ghada Ezzeldin, Regional HR Director- Corporate Functions, Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa region, Procter & Gamble International and more.

The event has garnered positive feedback and sales from the industry.

Quoting an Egypt based Professional, HR 360 Egypt is the first professional HR Conference in Egypt and its organization guarantees the sharing of effective and versatile solutions that target the industry’s current issues, stated by Mrs. Riham El-Hawary. She is the Founder and Director of Persona International, provider for people’s skills development in Egypt, North Africa and Middle East.

The event is a platform for leveraging on industry strengths. Learning from the experiences of gurus such as Mr. Medhat El-Madany of the EHRMA and Mr. Hany Mahmoud of Vodafone, and over 25 other HR Professionals, the event promises interaction and quality discussions, disclosed by Event Director Ana Maria Gonzalez Pablo, HR Connection.

Human Resources of the region remains hopeful despite economic setbacks. HR 360 Egypt comes at an opportune time to support HR goals of sustainability for company survival.

The HR Connection is working in cooperation with The Employer Magazine and The Trainer Magazine for this endeavor the conference HR 360 Egypt. HR 360 is poised as the largest HR Conference in Egypt to date.

About HR Connection, All Events Group (AEG):
HR Connection is the subsidiary of All Events Group (AEG) for HR specific endeavors.

AEG is a leading business-to-business media company based in Singapore, empowering businesses to build competitive edge by facilitating skills development, networks with experts, and industry intelligence. By providing innovative solutions for Asia Pacific and the Middle East, AEG enables organizations to achieve marketing and business development objectives.

AEG caters to a diverse range of industries including energy, mining, finance and human resources. Its solutions range from conferences, congresses, trade shows, road shows, trainings, publications, and platforms for networks and communities.

For more information, please contact:
* Julie Pui, Marketing Manager
* +65 6506 0965
* julie.pui@alleventsgroup.com

For details about HR 360 Egypt: www.alleventsgroup.com/hr360egypt

HR Directors Summit 2008

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

Venue: Hotel Van Oranje, Amsterdam
Summit 2008
March 12th workshops , 13th and 14th main event

If you book before the end of February, you can get a huge discount up to 30% on the conference by quoting this code -JAND-003.

*You must quote the code in the comments gap into the HR Summit web booking section

Learn from the best!
DAVE ULRICH
Voted the No.1 most influential person in H
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THE ROLE OF HR has changed dramatically in the past few years, moving away from its traditional base as a support function to become an integral part of how a business operates. While HR Executives have gained recognition as strategic team members, they face more pressure to perform than ever before.

The Hr Directors Summit is 2008 must see industry event, and is bringing together Europe’s leading professionals within the industry. Here at BME Global we have worked with thousands of leading HR talents to ensure strategic excellence within issues such as Recruitment and Retention, Talent Management, Leadership Training and Development, Compensation and Benefits and HR Organisational Effectiveness.

The 3-day meting will give you the opportunity to learn from global case studies, interactive round table sessions and one-to-one meetings. In addition to agenda,gain in depth knowledge from our pre-event workshops, showcasing some of Europe’s most prolific organisations and HR gurus.

The summit will bring together the best HR minds from around Europe to offer strategic insights, practical solutions and the opportunity to network with peers and industry specialist in a unique focused environment.


Dave Ulrich

Dave Ulrich is a Partner and co-founder of The RBL Group and a professor of business at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Professionally where he is on the core faculty of the Michigan Executive Program ,Co-Director of Michigan’s Human Resource Executive Program, and Advanced Human Resource Executive Program.

Dave has consulted and done research with over half of the Fortune 200. Dave was the editor of the Human Resource Management Journal 1990 to 1999, has served on the editorial board of 4 other journals, is on the Board of Directors for Herman Miller, is a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources; and is co-founder of the Michigan Human Resource Partnership


Lars Haggstrom- Sr. Vice President- GAMBRO

Lars Haggstrom is since June 1st last year Sr. Vice President for HR at Gambro, a global MedTech company headquartered out of Stockholm, Sweden. Prior to joining Gambro Mr. Haggstrom held the position as Head of HR for Sweden Operations at AstraZeneca, and has before this worked in both the US and the UK for the American pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly & Co.

Fernando Lanzer – Managing Director – LCO Partners

Fernando Lanzer Pereira de Souza has worked both as an executive and as a consultant for over 30 years, often in both roles for the same companies. As a consultant he engaged in several projects for Banco Sulbrasileiro, Bankers Trust NY, and for the Odebrecht Organization. He also led projects for Votorantim, Saint-Gobain, and for the Brazilian Federal Government (IAPAS), among others.


Cristian Vasino – Chief HR Officer – ADECCO Group

Christian Vasino joined Adecco in 2003 and was appointed Chief HR Officer of the Adecco Group as of April 2007.Christian Vasino (*1972) started his career as a lawyer. Since 1998, Christian held leading positions in HR management. In December 2003, he joined Adecco Italy as HR Director, based in Milan. In May 2005, he became Vice President Group Human Resources

Nancy Turner – Global Director for Leadership Development – Nike

Nancy joined Nike in 2003 as Director of Learning and Development for USA Commerce and most recently held the position of Director of USA Learning and Development. Prior to Nike, she operated her own consulting business, The Turner Group, specializing in organization development and organization performance.

Event Features

Conference with in depth presentations to provide insights of best practices

Case studies from HR experts

Discussion tables and debates

Networking opportunities including one-to-one meetings and an evening reception

Exhibition with the latest technologies and services for the HR industry

Training workshops

And Pre-arranged one-to-one meeting

During this dedicated session, you meet one-to-one with fellow delegates and leading solution providers. Meet with people who you have chosen and who have expressed a strong interest in meeting with you. Selections are made prior to the event using the event catalogue which contains detailed information on all participants including short and long-term business objectives. Pre-arranged meetings ensure your networking time is spent productively maximising your chance of doing real business at the event.

Capstone Business Simulation Strategy Workshop

Thursday, May 24th, 2007

Dear Madam/Sir,

We have scheduled our next OPEN Capstone Business Simulation Strategy Workshop from 12th to 14th July ’07 at Hyderabad, India.

You meet here your peers from different Industry and Business domains in a highly intense business learning environment. You, as part of a team, shall own a business of your own and make decisions in the areas of Marketing, Finance, HR, Production, TQM, and R&D. You manage a different market segment round after round. Let’s see how you connect business intents/strategies to your company’s financial objectives. Come create an orchestra¦total fun and learning too!

You would receive an individual report capturing your competencies¦and deficiencies¦across four parameters of Balanced Scorecard viz. Finance, Customer, Internal Business Process and Learning & Innovation.

In India, Capstone® PARTICIPANTS come from over 50 organizations including Infosys, Genpact, Dell, Hindustan Lever, TCS, Citibank, Wipro, Asian Paints, Pepsi, IIM-A, IIM-B, ISB and others…

The Capstone (www.capsim.com) Business Simulation was launched in 1986 by Management Simulations Inc., USA. Several Fortune 500 companies viz. Microsoft, GE, Goldman Sachs, GM, Boeing, Honeywell, PWC etc. train up their executives, year after year, in business through Capstone.

More than 550 schools viz. Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, Michigan, U C Berkeley, etc. have Capstone as part of their business education curriculum.

Please click here for Program Details, Brochure and Comments from earlier participants.

Please download Registration Form to send in your nomination. An early nomination shall help us in forwarding ID/password etc. well in advance. This will move the level of brain storming during the workshop to a much higher orbit, resulting into greater learning experience.