Risk Management & the Global Workforce Seminar – Washington, DC EVENT CANCELLED
|RISK MANAGEMENT & THE GLOBAL WORKFORCE
What’s Your Exposure?
Washington, DC – October 26, 2006
|7:45 ‚Äì 8:30||CONTINENTAL NETWORKING BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION|
|8:30 ‚Äì 8:45|| WELCOMING AND INTRODUCTIONS
William R. Sheridan, Vice President – IHR Services, National Foreign Trade Council
|8:45 ‚Äì 9:45|| SAFETY WITHOUT BORDERS: GLOBAL SECURITY RISKS AT LOCAL LEVELS
Major General, U.S. Army (Retired) James A. “Spider” Marks,
Senior Vice President – Intelligence and Language Programs, McNeil Technologies
Our Keynote Speaker will share his extraordinary experiences in the US military, including his role as senior intelligence officer for the Coalition Land Forces during combat operations in Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom. As the Senior Vice President of Intelligence and Language Programs for McNeil Technologies, General Marks will discuss the obvious risks of entering a new marketplace, such as the risks of terrorism and war; but, he will also engage us with his knowledge on the risks associated with alienating your company at the outset. The economic risks of poor market entry planning are substantial.
|9:45 ‚Äì 10:45|| SECURING YOUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
John Theriault, Corporate Vice President – Security, Pfizer
Corporations are increasingly recognizing the importance of protecting intellectual property and the critical role it plays in the economic growth and success of the company. John Theriault shares his knowledge and experiences in regard to protecting what could be your company”s most valuable asset. He”ll share information specifically related to China, India, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
|10:45 ‚Äì 11:00||REFRESHMENT BREAK|
|11:00 ‚Äì 12:00|| MINIMIZING RISK IN EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS
Susan Musich, Global Career & Mobility Specialist, The World Bank
The outbreak of war in Lebanon in July of this year prompted companies to quickly evacuate their employees. War is just one example of an event that could launch an evacuation exercise. As a leader in your organization, are you prepared to execute a flawless evacuation? Susan Musich and The World Bank are fully prepared. She”ll share her expertise on taking the proper steps to minimize the risks associated with such an undertaking.
|12:00 ‚Äì 1:00||LUNCH|
|1:00 ‚Äì 2:00||WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF A GLOBAL MOBILITY POLICY THAT CAN MITIGATE RISK?
Matthew Burns, Director – International Human Resources, Lockheed Martin
Joseph A. Coll, Partner – Human Capital, Ernst & Young, LLP
Which elements of your global relocation policy most affect risk? Get the answer from this panel of experts as they discuss risks associated with insurance, compensation & benefits, tax, and repatriation.
|2:00 ‚Äì 2:15||REFRESHMENT BREAK|
|2:15 ‚Äì 3:45||CASE STUDY: HOW EADS NORTH AMERICA REDUCED ITS EXPOSURE BY STRUCTURING AN
INTEGRATED GLOBAL MOBILITY PROGAM
Stephan M. Branch, Executive Vice President, Vision Relocation Group
Peggy Love, President & CEO, Full Circle Relcoation
Stephanie Wunderlich, Human Resources Director, EADS North America
In today”s global business environment companies must understand how to contain the costs and risks associated with world-wide employee mobility. Learn first-hand how EADS North America, a rapidly growing US subsidiary of the world”s second largest aerospace and defense company, successfully transformed its previously decentralized approach into a fully integrated and uniformly executed global mobility program implemented across multiple business units. Understand the challenges faced and steps taken to make EADS North America globally successful. Learn how you can successfully apply the EADS experience to your organization.
|3:00 ‚Äì 3:45||SO, WHAT DOES ALL THIS HAVE TO DO WITH THE GLOBAL WORKFORCE?
Ray Leki, Director – Transition Center, U.S. State Department
By this point in the day, you will have gathered critical information on managing your company”s risk exposure in terms of economic success, intellectual property and knowledge management, evacuation safety, the relocation supply chain and policy as they relate to your global workforce. Ray Leki will tie these inextricably important elements into the critical message for your company”s global risk management and its relationship to the global workforce.
|3:15 – 4:00||WRAP-UP|
|We gratefully acknowledge the support for this program from: