Global Conference 2011

Innovation, creativity and the ability to collaborate across great distances will be the cornerstones of future growth. In a world that's powered by increasingly sophisticated technology, it's all about developing and attracting skilled human capital. While the United States has fallen behind in science and math proficiency, other nations are racing to build their capabilities. How are companies tapping into the new global talent pool? How are management and training paradigms changing? Which skills will be in greatest demand in the future? This panel will examine the mobility of talent, future human capital requirements and how to train people to succeed.


Joel Kurtzman

Senior Fellow; Executive Director, Center for a Sustainable Energy Future, Milken Institute


Gary Burnison

CEO, Korn/Ferry International

Stedman Graham

Chairman and CEO, S. Graham & Associates

Chaly Mah

CEO, Deloitte Asia Pacific

Vineet Nayar

Vice Chairman and CEO, HCL Technologies

Kodumudi (Radha) Radhakrishnan

Executive Advisor, Digital Intelligence Systems Corp.; former Vice President, Information Technology Operations, Boeing Co.

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