2007 - Dublin, Ireland hosted by the Irish Institute of Public Administration and Hewlett-Packard

 Previous Forum Sessions: 2007

 

 

12th Annual Global Forum on
Business Driven Action Learning and Executive Development

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2007 Global Forum Attendees

      SESSIONS AND PANELS
    MONDAY, 18 JUNE, 2007
     

    Optional Pre-Program Events (City and Intel tour, early registration and dinner)

     
    TUESDAY, 19 JUNE, 2007
     

    EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT: TRENDS, ISSUES AND CONCERNS

     
     

    THE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF ACTION LEARNING

     
      GLOBALIZATION CHALLENGES: THE SABMILLER STORY  
      GLOBAL WARMING, SUSTAINABILITY AND PROFITABLE GROWTH:
    ALCAN AND THE TRANSFORMATION LABORATORY
     
     

    NEW ORGANIZATIONAL AND COMPANY INITIATIVES

     
    WEDNESDAY, 20 JUNE 2007
      LEARNING AT THE TOP (Part 1: The DHL/Deutsche Post World Net Experience)  
      NEW ORGANIZATIONAL AND COMPANY INITIATIVES (continued)  
     

    LEADERSHIP AS A PERFORMING ART

     
    THURSDAY, 21 JUNE 2007
      UPDATES FROM PREVIOUS GLOBAL FORUM PRESENTATIONS  
     

    HEWLETT PACKARD’S LEARNING JOURNEY

     
     

    ACTION LEARNING IN THE PUBLIC AND CIVIL SECTORS

     
     

    ACTION LEARNING: PARTICIPANT PERSPECTIVES

     
     

    LEARNING AT THE TOP (Part 2)

     
    FRIDAY, 22 JUNE, 2007
      BECOMING A LEARNING AND INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATION  
     

    RECENT BOOKS AND AUTHORS’ SESSION

     
      PRESENTATION ON THE 2008 GLOBAL FORUM VENUE AND PROGRAM  
      (Optional Intel tour, and dinner in the hotel)  

     

    MONDAY, 18 JUNE, 2007
    13:30 Optional Tour of Dublin
    Departure from the hotel at 13:30
    (For more details about the tour please contact: Ronan Ganter, Tel: +353-1-2954070 Fax: +353-8658375955 Email:)
    14:00 Optional tour of the Intel Factory
    Departure from the hotel (duration with travel, approximately 2 hours)
    18:00 Refreshments and Registration
    Introduction of the Partner’s Program by Ganter Travel
    19:30

    Optional Dinner at the hotel (Marriott Johnstown House Hotel & Spa Enfield)

       
       
     

     

    TUESDAY, 19 JUNE, 2007
    07:30-08:00 Registration
    08:00-10:00

    Session 1
    EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT: TRENDS, ISSUES, AND CONCERNS

     

    Chairperson: Yury Boshyk Global Executive Learning
    Facilitator: Ian Hall, Director, Glentruim, U.K.

    Executive Development : An Overview of Trends and Issues
    Scott Saslow, President, The Institute of Executive Development, USA
    Presentation of research and benchmark studies from the IED and other major sources on such issues as “Executive Coaching”, “Executive Transitions”, and “Innovation Through Leadership Development”.

    High Potential Leadership Development and Selection
    Jim Bolt, Chairman, and Shanna Teel, Senior Partner, Executive Development Associates, USA

    Findings of a recent EDA study.

    Commentators:

    Nick Binedell, Global Forum Steering Committee, and Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa
    Bernd Moehle, Corporate Management Development, Nestle, Switzerland
    K.R. Yoon, DuPont, member of the Global Forum Steering Committee, South Korea

    10:00-10:30 Break
    10:30-12:30

    Session 2
    THE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF ACTION LEARNING

     

    Chairperson: Brian Cawley, Assistant Deputy General, Irish Institute of Public Administration, Ireland

    The Origins and Evolution of Action Learning- A review of 70 years of thinking and practice. In celebration of 100th anniversary of Reg Revans' birth

    David Botham, Director, Revans Institute for Action Learning and Research, Manchester University, and co-editor of Action Learning

    Catherine Guelbert, Managing Director, Aqcuity, formerly Director for Change,
    National Patient Safety Agency, National Health Service, U.K.

    Lex Dilworth, President, Strategic Learning Scenarios, formerly Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Brigadier General, U.S. Army, and co-author, Action Learning: Images and Pathways, USA

    Business Driven Action Learning: An overview of the origins, experiences and approaches to action learning in the private sector.
    Yury Boshyk, Global Executive Learning

    12:30-13:30 LUNCH
    13:30-14:30

    Session 3
    GLOBALIZATION CHALLENGES: THE SABMiller STORY

     

    Johann Nel, Member of the Executive Committee, SABMiller, U.K.

    14:30-14:45 BREAK
    14:45-15:45 Session 4
    GLOBAL WARMING, SUSTAINABILITY AND PROFITABLE GROWTH: ALCAN AND THE TRANSFORMATION LABORATORY
     

    Chairperson: Pierre Guillon, Global Forum Steering Committee and Korn/Ferry International, France

    Evelyne Bouchard, Manager of Training and Development, Alcan Corporate Development, Canada and Susan Svoboda, President, Realia Group, USA
    How we have used free-play action learning to engage executives in strategy development by integrating sustainability and a concern for profitable growth. The role of the Transformation Lab is also described in Alcan’s Executive Development Program.

    15:45-16:00 BREAK
    16:00-18:00 Session 5
    NEW ORGANIZATIONAL AND COMPANY INITIATIVES
     

    Chairperson: Ake Reinholdsson, Global Executive Learning Network, Sweden

    ABN Amro
    Fernando Lanzer, ABN Amro, Executive Vice President, Leadership and Learning,
    ABN Amro and member of the Global Forum Steering Committee, The Netherlands
    An overview of what we've done in Executive Development over the past three years and our challenges going forward, with special focus on how we are combining action learning and coaching into all our workshops. This combination has been very successful and will be the core of the architecture of all our programs from 2007 onwards.

    BASF
    Rene Stautmeister, Personnel and Leadership Development, BASF, Germany
    After an overview of BASF's current internal Executive Management Development Programs, we will then focus on how different kinds of action learning approaches are incorporated into those programs. The main part of the presentation will be on "Explorer's Mind", a new action learning program which BASF offers for selected high potentials since 2006.

    BMW
    Klaus Bodel, BMW Group, Center for Learning and Training (Leistungszentren Training), Germany and Karine Rémolu, Managing Director, TOP Consulting, France/Germany
    Age Awareness and Management of Diversity – an executive development program with action learning and experiential learning elements.
    BMW Group faces a major problem in the next few years with an aging workforce; to raise the awareness and to stimulate an adequate management process for these challenges a range of programs have been piloted and launched within the organization. The learning architecture and design of these programs include action learning activities and experiential learning offerings. The process also includes individual coaching and group interactions.

    Danone
    Thierry Bonetto, Group Training and Development Director, Group Danone, France
    The “Odyssée leading edge program” was launched to foster innovative ways to develop the business, as well as the community of Danone senior executives. We shall also discuss another program that aligns HR professionals with the line businesses. Our “HR Expeditions” program was at first launched to develop and inspire Danone HR executives and directors and has moved progressively towards a global innovation process that contributes to shaping the future of the HR function.

    18:30
    19:00

    Aperitifs
    Dinner

    Marriott Johnstown House Hotel & Spa Enfield
    Welcome and Introductions
     

       
       
       
    WEDNESDAY, 20 JUNE 2007
    08:00-09:00

    Session 6
    LEARNING AT THE TOP (Part 1)

     

    Learning at the top at one of the world’s largest companies: The DHL/Deutsche Post World Net experience

    Joachim Kayser, Executive Vice President, Deutsche Post World Net (DHL), Bonn, Germany

    09:00-09:15 BREAK
    10:30-12:30

    Session 7
    NEW INITIATIVES (continued)

     

    Chairperson: Nick Binedell, Global Forum Steering Committee, and Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa

    Deutsche Post World Net/DHL
    Anke van Bebber, Deutsche Post World Net (DPWN/DHL), DPWN University, Bonn
      Germany
    The DPWN Corporate University’s initiatives at the world’s seventh largest company.

    Ferrero
    Cristina Agostinelli, Learning Development Manager Ferrero Corporate University, Italy
    The experience of Learning and Development through a Corporate University in a multinational company where success is based on exceptional emphasis on values, innovation and excellence.

    General Electric
    Nina Dankfort-Nevel, General Electric, China and member of the Global Forum Steering Committee.
    Customer Centered Leadership: GE’s pole-based action learning program redesigned to be working across the borders of Asia and Europe. Also, an update on developing global leadership and business growth.

    Hyundai Oilbank
    Jo Hee Kim, Human Resource Team Leader, Hyundai Oilbank, Seoul, S. Korea
    How we have developed action learning coaches at Hyundai Oilbank in Korea to turn our business around.

    10:45-11:00 BREAK
    11:00-13:00

    Session 8
    NEW INITIATIVES (continued)

     

    Chairperson: Fernando Lanzer, ABN Amro, Executive Vice President, Leadership and Learning, ABN Amro and member of the Global Forum Steering Committee, The Netherlands

    Intel
    Evan H. Berrett, Corporate Management & Leadership Development, Executive Development Design, Action Learning and Strategic Programs, Intel, USA
    Building Process Capability in Intact Teams Using Action Learning
    How Intel Corporation is beginning to test and 'proof' the concept of leveraging the 'merge' of action learning with intact teams with intent to teach, reinforce, and embed specific leadership tools, capabilities, and best practice processes (e.g. competitive gaming, strategic analysis, etc.) by utilizing natural business-driven insertion points where 'real work' merges with action learning. 

    Pirelli
    Donatella De Vita, People Development Director, Pirelli, Italy
    Repositioning Human Resources as a Strategic Business Partner

    L’Oreal
    David Arnéra, Director, Management Development, Corporate Learning for Development, L’Oreal, Clichy, France

    Loblaw
    Karen Hanna, Senior Vice President, Employee Development, Loblaw, Canada

    Lockheed Martin
    Marilyn Figlar, Lockheed Martin, VP Leadership and Organizational Development, Lockheed Martin, and Lynne Hornyak, President, LMH Services, USA
    An Internal Executive Coach Certification Program to Support Executive Development
    In order to integrate coaching into the culture, an advanced training is provided for a small number of Senior Coaches responsible for on-going mentoring of coaches and for championing an active coaches’ learning community. We will present the contents and results of the program, discuss challenges of initiating such a far-ranging initiative, and provide guidelines for other companies interested in developing similar programs in support of executive development.

    13:00-14:00 LUNCH
    14:00-16:00

    Session 9
    NEW INITIATIVES (continued)

     

    Chairperson: K.R. Yoon, DuPont, member of the Global Forum Steering Committee, South Korea

    Deutsche Post World Net/DHL
    Anke van Bebber, Deutsche Post World Net (DPWN/DHL), DPWN University, Bonn
    Germany
    The DPWN Corporate University’s initiatives at the world’s seventh largest company.

    SABMiller
    Steve Woodward, Director, Special Projects, SABMiller , South Africa
    Chantal Fleuret, Global Executive Learning Network, France
    Ake Reinholdsson, Global Executive Learning Network, Sweden
    Lessons learned from SABMiller’s first global business driven action learning program for senior executives

    Sasol
    Mike Biesheuvel, Group Manager, Sasol, South Africa
    “Project Enterprise”—a longitudinal organizational transformation program towards the establishment of a “Value Based Leadership Culture”.

    UBS
    Julius James, HR, Executive Director, UBS Investment Bank and June Delano, Principal, Monitor Executive Development, USA
    Staying the Course.
    ASCENT is a highly experiential, multi-module program for the next generation of leaders at UBS Investment Bank.  The sponsors’ deep commitment to action learning has challenged the designers of the program to find new ways of approaching traditional content and learning objectives.  The result is an exciting design that constantly tests the ingenuity and resolve of ASCENT’s management team.
     
    Volkswagen
    Barbara Gutmann, Head of Group Executive Development, Volkswagen Coaching GmbH, Germany
    Executive development in a new context - the Volkswagen General Management Program
    The context for executive development activities within Volkswagen changed from the "old", people oriented, value based action learning approach to the "new" style which is more centralized, very technically focused, and more oriented to professional skills.  We will discuss how we try to cope with this new personnel development strategy, meet company requirements and participants' needs. The first initiative is our new "General Management Program": an approach providing relevant executive development under these new circumstances while still using action learning elements.

    16:00-16:30 Break
    16:30-18:30

    Session 10 (WORKSHOP)
    LEADERSHIP AS A PERFORMING ART

     

    Peter Hanke, Copenhagen School of Business

    Peter Hanke, founder of Exart Performances, will guide the workshop on music making and leadership. The concept includes the form of a classical master class for conductors, and enables the leader's personal performance and communicative skills with gestures and body language. The conductor as the ideal leader is explored combined with a survey on the performing arts and the impact in the organization. Members of the Global Forum are invited to conduct the group.
    A conductor is a visible leader, who is listening intensively to the employees, implementing the strategy in the scope between power and force. The conductor holds the power in his hands - virtually owns it. By the act of music the power transforms into a shared force, owned by the whole ensemble. The organization is moved by this transformation.
    For this workshop the Irish Ensemble eX is participating.

    19:00 Bus Departure to Carton House, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
    www.cartonhouse.com
     

    Cocktails and Dinner: Celebration of the Irish Institute of Public Administration’s 50 year Anniversary

    19:30

    Master of Ceremonies: Brian Cawley, Assistant Deputy General, Irish Institute of Public Administration

    John Cullen, Director General, Irish Institute of Public Administration

    The Irish “Miracle”: Roots, Realities and the Future
    Frank Barry, Professor and Chair, International Business and Development, author of Understanding Ireland’s Economic Growth and co-author of Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Department of Business Studies, Trinity College, Dublin

    Peter Hanke, Copenhagen School of Business, and Ensemble eX
    Founded by BMG and Virgin Classics recording artist Caitríona O’Leary in 2006, eX, Ireland’s most innovative early music vocal ensemble performs great masterpieces and rarely heard works of the 11th to 17th centuries in lapidarian and visceral interpretations. Devoted to bringing new dimensions to the presentation and enjoyment of early music, eX works with leading directors, choreographers, filmmakers and designers to conceive and create performances that move beyond the traditional concert experience.

       
       
    THURSDAY, 21 JUNE 2007
    08:00-10:00

    Session 11
    UPDATES: 'Galleria Walk'
    Chairperson: Nina Dankfort-Nevel, member of the Global Forum Steering Committee and General Electric, China

    Participants  circulate to various speaker “booths” for informal and interactive discussions.

     

    AIESEC International
    Emmanuel Gavert , Corporate Relations Manager, The Netherlands
    The well known international student organization will update us on recent developments in its engagement with the global business community.

    Alchemy
    Chris Chopyak, Chief Operating Office and Senior Partner, U.K.
    Our approach to accelerating change and learning by using high impact strategic illustration (or graphic capture) that is already being done with some of the organizations in the Global Forum community.

    BankSeta
    Frank Groenewald, CEO, BankSeta, South Africa
    The launch of a womens' executive program organized with a consortium of South African banks

    Mercer Delta
    Stephen Rhinesmith, Mercer Delta, USA.
    A discussion of his latest co-authored book, Head, Heart and Guts: How the World’s Best Companies Develop Complete Leaders.

    Novare
    Pia Anderberg, CEO and founder, Novare Act, Sweden
    The Novare Management program strives to prepare women for top executive and board positions via a development program focused on leadership and international business, networking,  including a mentorship component

    Novo Nordisk
    Simon Viggers, Head of Corporate Training, Novo Nordisk, and Geert Egger, Managing Director, People, Denmark
    BDAL-LEAN. We will present the best experiences gained from with a 5 day Business Driven Action Learning program used by Novo Nordisk for their Talent Greenhouses since 2004 – now more or less trimmed to “perfection”. As a courtesy to previous participants we also present the finalised BDAL Toolbox now widely used by Greenhouse participants.

    Intel
    Brad Benson, Manager Executive Education and Strategy, Intel, USA
    This presentation will discuss the evolution of action learning at Intel Corporation.  It will include an overview of how action learning programs have evolved from point solutions for executive development into a philosophy that permeates Intel's approach to setting strategic direction.

    Korean Action Learning Association
    H.C. Bong, Professor, Chonbunk National University and President, KALA, and K.R. Yoon, DuPont, Founding President of Korean Action Learning Association, S. Korea
    How KALA is Setting Trends for Action Learning in Korea

    African Regional Forum on Executive Development and Business Driven Action Learning
    Mike Stonier and Nick Binedell, Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    A discussion about the African Regional Forums, organized by the Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    10:00-11:00

    Session 12
    HEWLETT PACKARD’S LEARNING JOURNEY

      Lionel Alexander, Vice President and General Manager Hewlett Packard Manufacturing, Ireland
    11:00-13:00

    Session 13
    ACTION LEARNING IN PUBLIC AND CIVIL SECTORS

     

    Chairperson: Patricia Levy, Global Executive Learning Network, Canada

    Brian Cawley, Assistant Director General and Mary O’Rafferty, Senior Consultant and Manager, Irish Institute of Public Administration, Ireland
    Developing Leadership Capacity at Senior Levels in the Irish Civil Service How we are developing leadership capacity at senior levels in the Irish civil service in connection with faculty from the Kennedy School at Harvard, and using an action learning element called Peer Consulting on Leadership Challenges.

    Nick Binedell, Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    At the Global Forum in Shanghai we presented on the Dialogue Circle.  This is a very unusual set of activities that engage business around the social, political and economic challenges facing South Africa. The programme has grown considerably since Shanghai and there are now in excess of 1000 people involved in 8 programmes ranging from social entrepreneurship, leadership in the community, a great deal of experiential learning. Our research shows that the programmes have made significant impact and I think delegates would find it interesting to hear of this type of programme which is very much outside the box of traditional business school or executive education activities.

    Zoe Van Zwanenberg, Chief Executive, Scottish Leadership Foundation, and Ian Hall, Director, Glentruim, U.K.
    Action Learning in the Scottish Public Service
    Developing in-house capability is becoming increasingly important within public sector organisations. Zoe and Ian will outline how this was done in two major Action Learning projects with leaders from different sections of National Health Service in Scotland. They will look at the process involved and share the lessons learned

    K.R. Yoon, DuPont, member of the Global Forum Steering Committee, and Founding President and member, Korean Action Learning Association, S. Korea
    Action Learning in the Korean Public Service

    Yury Boshyk, Global Executive Learning, and Roy Marcus Professor and Chairperson, DaVinci Institute for Technology Management, South Africa
    Reg Revans Revisited: Building On the Belgian Experience -- for South Africa.
    Public and private sector and educational institutions working together to help enhance South Africa’s global competitiveness through action learning.

    Udo Dierk, Professor, International Center for Management Learning, Fachhochschule der Wirtschaft (Paderborn), Germany
    Turning a German Fachhochschule into a Business School by using action learning

    13:00-14:00 LUNCH
    14:00-16:00

    Session 14
    ACTION LEARNING: PARTICIPANT PERSPECTIVES

     

    Chairperson: Chantal Fleuret, Global Executive Learning Network, France

    DPWN/DHL International Business Leadership Program
    Veronique Kabongo, Rockwell Automation, EMEA Headquarters, EMEA Rewards Manager, formerly Director, Compensation, Benefits, and Labour Relations, Express Europe, DPWN/DHL, Belgium

    Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Programme, Court of the Crown Prince, Bahrain
    Islam Abduljabbar, Student and Brian Isaacson, President, Aligned Leadership, South Africa
    “Corporate Kids”: Action learning as an alternative to conventional business internships

    SABMiller
    Gary Bull, Director, Commercial Services Europe, SABMiller, Hungary

    International Consortium Program
    Spiro Pappas, ABN Amro, U.K.
    Consortium companies are: ABB, ABN Amro, Alcan, Tata (and formerly included Standard Bank of South Africa, Boeing and Benfield) 

    16:00-16:15 BREAK
    16:15-18:30

    Session 15
    LEARNING AT THE TOP
    (Part 2)

     

    Chairperson: Yury Boshyk, Global Executive Learning

    Matthias Bellman, Member of the Managing Board, Karstadt Quelle, Germany
    Action Learning in essence is the integration of learning and working. To implement this principle throughout an entire organization means to focus on a simple but effective approach: Business Impact Project (BIP) is the KarstadtQuelle way to practice Action Learning from the top to the bottom.

    Beatrice Engstrom-Bondy, Senior Advisor to Jacob Wallenberg, Investor AB, U.K. and Sweden
    The importance of real networks in today's global world: the case of Investor. Investor is the financial holding company of a large number of multinational companies. Global networks help to improve high-performance and change. Investor and the Wallenberg family are good examples of such networks. Can this be done in a systematic way or is it more the result on long-term relationships building?

    Geert Egger, Managing Director, People, Denmark
    Taking Action Learning principles into the Board room. A newly gained experience with a Board of Directors and the Top Management indicates that basic Action Learning principles can actually be used to help this level innovate and overcome difficulties. A case is presented for discussion.

    Shanna Teel, Senior Partner, Executive Development Associates, USA
    "High-Impact Coaching"
    Findings of a study looking at coaching from the perspective of the Organization, the leader being coached, and the coach.  Close to 100 companies participated and the study included in-depth interviews, a web-based survey case studies and study workshop to process the findings.

    Eric Vaes, Managing Director, Best Practice Corporate Affairs, Belgium
    Corporate Affairs at the Top: Action Learning Experiences with GE, ABB and InBev
    Communication and public affairs with a wider and more complex range of stakeholders are also becoming critical action learning disciplines which senior management need to practice in order to improve the company's corporate reputation and social responsibility.

    Shanna Teal, Senior Partner, Executive Development Associates, USA
    Leading a Multi-Generational Workforce: Implications for Today’s Leaders. Overview of the Four Generations in the Workplace; Perspectives and research on best practice leadership principles for the multi-generational workforce; Implications for organizations as Traditionalists and Boomers exit the workforce (and what to consider when they stay);  What’s important to the “younger” generations in the workplace and what they expect of their leaders; What organizations can do to respond to these multi-generational influences.

    19:00

    Departure for dinner, hosted by Hewlett Packard, Ireland
    Westgrove Hotel, O'Connell Suite: www.westgrovehotel.com
    Welcome: Una Halligan, Hewlett Packard, Ireland

       
       
       
    FRIDAY, 22 JUNE, 2007
    09:00-11:00 Session 16
    BECOMING A LEARNING AND INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATION
     

    Chaired by Graham Higgins, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong, China

    Cathay Pacific
    Graham Higgins, Cathay Pacific , Hong Kong, China
    The field of real interest to us at the moment is that of self organising executive development collaborative initiatives because we are participating in it, and it has value for our business and we believe for the development of executive development practice more broadly. Essentially this means that we would want to discuss the 'missing middle'; how organisations discover how to foster collaborative enterprises within their companies to support self organising executive development for the 21st century.

    Hewlett Packard
    Christian Verstraete, Hewlett Packard, Solutions and Technology Integration, Manufacturing and Distribution Industry, Belgium

    National Health Service, U.K.
    Michael Thick, Professor, and Chief Clinical Officer, NHS Connecting for Health, U.K.

    SABMiller
    Steve Woodward, SABMiller, Director of Special Projects, South Africa
    As SABMiller globalizes, the characteristics of independence and autonomy which formed the tapestry of our successful development, may preclude us from catching some of the advantages of scale that being a global business brings. Our challenge is to keep the best of the past and facilitate the weaving of a new world where collaboration, sharing and learning from each other drives business performance every bit as much as individual business unit excellence.

    Commentator:
    Drew Boyd, Director, Marketing Mastery, Johnson & Johnson, USA

    11:00-11:30 BREAK
    11:30-13:30

    Session 17
    RECENT BOOKS AND AUTHORS’ SESSION

     

    Chairperson: Yury Boshyk, Global Executive Learning

    Jim Bolt, co-author, Strategic Executive Development: The 5 Essential Investments

    David Botham, co-editor, Action Learning

    Lex Dilworth, co-author, Action Learning: Images and Pathways

    Ian Hall, co-author, Achieving Results through Action Learning

    Andrew Jefferson, co-author, Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning: How to Turn Training and Development into Business Results

    13:30-13:45 Session 18
    PRESENTATION OF THE 2008 GLOBAL FORUM VENUE AND PROGRAM
    13:45 CLOSURE
    13:45-14:30 OPTIONAL LUNCH
    14:30

    OPTIONAL - VISIT TO THE INTEL FACTORY
    Departure from the hotel (duration with travel approximately 2 hours)

    18:00 OPTIONAL DRINKS AND DINNER AT THE HOTEL