2001 - Melbourne, Australia hosted by BHP Billiton at the BHP Billiton Learning Centre

Previous Forum Sessions: 2001

 

 

Sixth Annual Global Forum on
Business Driven Action Learning and Executive Development

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2001 Global Forum Attendees



Wednesday 23 May, 2001


 
What is Action Learning? -- Definition & Contexts

Catherine Guelbert
Director
The Revans Institute for Action Learning and Research, Salford University, UK

 

The 'Classic' Approach

Joseph A. Raelin
Professor of Management
Boston College, Boston, USA

 

Work Based Learning: Theory and Practice

Lars Cederholm
President
CCT Inc. New York, USA, MiL Senior
Associate, Lund, Sweden

 

Action Reflection Learning TM Philosophy

Yury Boshyk
Founding Director
Global Executive Learning, Opio, France

 

Business Driven Action Learning, Att 1, Att 2

Richard T. Pascale
Associate Fellow
Templeton College, Oxford University, UK

 

"Action Management"

 


 

Action Learning in the Asia Pacific Region

Tom Brown
Vice President
Human Resources, BHP Ltd, Melbourne,
Australia

 

Australia's Largest Company and Its Learning Centre

Neil McAdam
Senior Lecturer in Management
University of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

 

Breaking Frame through Leveraging Cultural Differences: The Texas in Australia

Christopher Bell 
Executive Manager
The Leadership Consortium, Melbourne,
Australia

 

Action Learning Programs in Australia: Lessons Learned from Telstra  and the Leadership Consortium

Richard Pearson
Managing Director
Leadership in International Management
(LIM), Hong Kong

 

Bridging Cultures - The Action Reflection Learning TM Experience in Asia

Lars Cederholm
President
CCT Inc. New York, USA, MiL Senior
Associate, Lund, Sweden

 

Tibetan Buddhism and the Action Reflection Learning TM Philosophy

Mika Honjo
Senior Fellow
The 21st Century Public Policy Institute,
Tokyo, Japan

 

Japan and Japanese Multinational

Taebok Lee
President
Paradigm Consulting Associates, Seoul,
Korea

 

Korea and Korean
Multinationals

Joo-young Son
Manager
Samsung Electronics Leadership Centre,
Seoul, Korea

 

Samsung Electronics
Leadership Centre - Korea

KamChoon Lee
Vice President
Human Resources, Seagate Technology
International, Singapore

TC Tan
Vice President
Human Resources, Philips Consumer
Electronics, Singapore

Allan T. L. Woon
Corporate Vice President
Human Resources, Caltex Corporation,
Singapore

 

Singaporean and Asia
Pacific Experiences

 


 

Action Learning: Company Consortium / Alliance Executive Program

Gerhard Meier
EADS, Munich, Germany

 

Managing Intercultural
Challenges in EADS
(European Aeronautic,
Defence and Space
Company)

Cathrine Foss-Stene
Vice President
People Development, Scandinavian Airlines
(SAS), Stockholm, Sweden

 

Star Alliance: Action
Learning in an Airline
Industry Consortium

Lillemor Holm 
Volvo Car Corporation, Gothenborg, Sweden

 

Aligning Several Approaches
to Action Learning

Jan M. Wilmott
Director of Executive Education
Boeing Leadership Center, St. Louis, USA

 

Business Driven Action
Learning and Self-Directed
Company Consortiums

 

 

 


Thursday 24 May, 2001


 

Action Learning in "Knowledge Enterprises", Learning Communities and Organizational Learning

Martha A. Gephart and Victoria Marsick
Co Directors of JM Institute for Learning in Organizations,
Columbia University, New York, USA

 

Measuring Learning for
Innovation and Links to
Performance in Companies,
Collaboratives and
Knowledge Networks

Margaret Driscoll 
Director Strategies and Venture
IBM Mindspan Solutions, Cambridge, USA

 

Teaching, Learning &
Collaborating Pushing the
Innovation Curve

Nicolas Rolland
M&N e-Intelligence - University of Grenoble II, France

 

Knowledge Management
through Executive
Development

Charles Brassard
President
Impact Coaching Inc, Ottawa, Canada

 

Leading and Coaching the
Learning Organization: Key
Success Factors, Practices and Tools

Mikael Edholm
Director
Marketing and Strategic Business
Development

L M Ericsson,
Palo Alto, USA and Stockholm, Sweden

 

Action Learning

Miklos A. Vasarhelyi
Professor
Rutgers University and AT&T Labs, New
Brunswick, USA

 

Cyber Action Learning

Mark Bula
Managing Director Manufacturing Practice
Root Learning, Ohio, USA

 

The Future of Learning in
Global Corporations

Don MacLean
Vice President Business Development
Root Learning, Ohio, USA

Jeffrey Gandz
Professor
Richard Ivey School of Business, The
University of Western Ontario, Canada and
Hong Kong, China

 

Distance Learning: Lessons
Learned

Robyn Williamson
Regional Learning Manager
Siemens, Australia

 

Action Learning, e-learning
& Enabling Technologies;
Sharing & Leveraging
Learning and Knowledge

Konrad Fassnacht
E Learning Manager
Siemens AG, Feldafing, Germany

 

Action Learning in a Virtual
Environment

Kobus Nel
Director
MacGroup, Johannesburg, South Africa    

 

Anglo Platinum South Africa
- A Mastery Approach to
Executive Development

Judy Braun
Vice President
Baxter Institute, Deerfield, USA

 

Speed to Action

Stephen R. Mercer 
Vice President
Learning and Leadership Development,
Boeing Corporation, St Louis and Seattle, USA

 

Post-Executive Program
Learning

 


 

Friday 25 May, 2001


 

Recent Company Executive Development Initiatives

Anthony Baird
Global Practice Leader
Strategy Development, BHP
Limited

 

BHP's Strategic Laboratory and Top Executive
Involvement

Juergen Kuehl
Head Global Management
Development and Education, Ciba Speciality
Chemicals, Basel, Switzerland

 

A Best Practice in Top Level
Executive Involvement

Dieter Quiskamp
Director Corporate Executive Development,
Deutsche Post World Net, Bonn, Germany

 

The Integration Process of
Deutsche Post World Net -
Creating Global Management
Development

Margaret Tourloukis
President
Leadership Development Network,
Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

 

General Electric - Developing
Human Resource Managers
by Focusing on Business
Results through Action
Learning

Bonnie McIvor
Head of Learning
Unilever Plc, Kingston-on-Thames, United
Kingdom

 

Unilever: Progress Report -
One Year Later

 


 

Levering and "Depending" Action Learning Executive Development Programs: Lessons learned and some suggestions

Nanette Blandin
Vice President and Director
The Brookings Institution, Washington, USA

 

Reflections on Brookings
Executive Education Journey

Chantal Fleuret
Global Executive Learning Network -
France,

Patricia E. Levy
Global Executive Learning Network -
Canada & USA,

Åke Reinholdsson
Global Executive Learning Network -
Sweden

 

The 'Outside-in' Perspective
and the Interview Process

Michiru Yoshino
President
YZ Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

 

Cultural Factors to Consider -
The Example of Japan

 


 

Business School Perspectives

Michael Stanford
Director of Partnership Programs
IMD International, Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Evolution of Action Learning -
Benchmarks and Success
Factors in Leadership
Development Programs

Paola Dubini
Professor
Bocconi University, Milan, Italy

 

It's only Rok 'n Roll;' -
Increasing Efficiency and
Effectiveness of Action
Learning Programs