The Future of HR Summit is designed to explore and debate emerging models and innovations that are redefining the HR function and strategy in large organizations.
San Francisco, CA, USA (PRWEB) April 20, 2011
Leaders and experts in human resources from five continents will explore important issues across the global HR landscape at the upcoming Future of HR Summit, an ambitious two-day immersion in important global shifts and innovations in the field.
The Future of HR Summit runs 22 & 23 June 2011 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Le Palace in Brussels, Belgium.
“The HR field is undergoing a tectonic shift on a global scale in this age of high uncertainty and volatility,” said Mike Dulworth, CEO of executive peer networking company, Executive Networks. “The Future of HR Summit is designed to explore and debate emerging models and innovations that are redefining the HR function and strategy in large organizations,” added Dulworth.
Executive Networks is an organizer of the Future of HR Summit, in collaboration with John Herbert of the European HR Forum and Walt Cleaver, former president of the Human Resource Planning Society and current principal of Cleaver Consulting Group.
The Summit is expected to attract some 100 thought leaders and company practitioners from five continents – including Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and South America.
Attendees are best described by Summit organizers as practitioner thought-leaders – HR executives who are innovating the future while also executing day-to-day responsibilities at their global companies.
“This isn’t a sit-and-listen conference,” said Mike Dulworth. “We’ve designed the Summit as a unique forum for exploring new thinking – with rich opportunities for prolonged discussion and problem solving among Summit presenters and attendees” he added.
The Future of HR Summit will feature thought-leader presentations on issues & trends in most of the world’s key regions – including Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Africa.
Confirmed presenters include: Paul Evans, The Shell Chaired Professor of Human Resources and Organisational Development, INSEAD; Luca Solari, Professor of Organization Theory and HRM, University of Milan; Arunav Banerjee, HR Chair, Soil India; Ed Lawler, Professor of Management, University of Southern California; Satish Pradham Chief, Group HR, Tata Group; Peter Attfield, VP HR, Unilever; and Victor Agnellini, Leader of University and Transformation, Alcatel-Lucent.
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