May 16, 2017 - May 17, 2017
The ICEDR Global Innovations Summit - Developing Leaders for a VUCA World is hosted by Baker McKenzie and McKinsey
We know the world is changing fast. We know technological breakthroughs have accelerated beyond what we thought possible. We know that demographics and cultural norms are changing the way work is done, as well as the relationships between employees and their organizations. We know that economic power is shifting from West to East. We know that customers have more knowledge than ever before and are therefore more demanding than ever before.
But do we know what this means from a talent management, leadership development and organizational design perspective? Are we fully prepared to spot the leaders of the future in this ever-changing world? Are we as agile and resilient as we know we need to be? We will tackle these and other topics at the ICEDR Summit, with fresh research and practical company presentations on innovations concerning the workplace of the future and the leadership capabilities needed to not only survive, but to thrive in a VUCA World.
The ICEDR Global Innovations Summit is ICEDR’s most senior-level program. ICEDR partner companies may send 3 senior HRD executives/line executives. ICEDR academic partners may send 1 colleague.
Who Should Attend
The ICEDR Global Innovations Summit is ICEDR’s most senior-level program. ICEDR partner companies may send 3 senior HRD executives/line executives . ICEDR academic partners may send 1 colleague.
Founder & President, ICEDR & Senior Lecturer in Organizational Effectiveness, MIT Sloan School
Douglas A. Ready is a professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is the Founder and CEO of the International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR), a premier global HR talent academy for nearly forty world-class companies and more than twenty-five top-tier business schools. For more than two decades, Doug has been bringing together many of the world’s best companies and business schools to share innovations and excellent practice in talent, leadership and strategic change.
Doug is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on strategic talent management and executive development. He is the author of many highly popular Harvard Business Review articles including “The Power of Collective Ambition,” “The Hallmarks of a Game-Changing Talent Strategy”, “Are You a High Potential?” “Make Your Company a Talent Factory,” “Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets,” and “How to Grow Great Leaders.” He is also the author of several acclaimed MIT Sloan Management Review articles including: “Developing the Next Generation of Enterprise Leaders”, “Enabling Bold Visions,” “Leading at the Enterprise Level,” “How Storytelling Builds Next Generation Leaders,” and “Why Leadership Development Efforts Fail.” His writings have also appeared in the Financial Times, Business Strategy Review, Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008 he received the highly coveted Marion F. Gislason Award for excellence in the field of leadership and executive development. In addition, Business Horizons recognized Doug as one of the world’s Leadership Gurus. Doug has been named multiple times to Thinkers50, the premier ranking of the world’s top thought leaders.
Doug is an active advisor to CEOs and top executive teams around the world on developing companies’ enterprise leadership teams and implementing strategic and cultural change. He has worked with senior leaders at Hess Oil, RBC Financial Group, HSBC, Four Seasons, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LG Group, Ford Motor Company, Continental AG, Samsung Group, United Technologies and the United States Federal Reserve, among others.
Prior to serving as Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, Doug taught at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and London Business School. He earned his Masters in Management from Harvard University and the PhD from Cranfield University in the UK.
Chief Learning Officer | Sanofi
Celia Berenguer is Chief Learning officer at Sanofi.
Celia has over twenty years’ experience spanning across leadership development, learning and talent arena, always with a focus on building organisational capability to drive performance. She has worked on a number of innovative, highly experiential programs in several industries such as pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, financial services, consumer products and telecommunications. She has developed programs for the high potential and senior management levels touching a range of issues including post-merger integration, new culture development and leaders of the future, with a relentless focus on supporting the strategic agenda and connecting with the business needs of the organization.
Celia was previously Managing Director, Head of Leadership and Learning at Barclays, where she was responsible for ensuring the leadership and learning strategy, standards and practices were applied globally to drive strategic impact for the Bank. She also served as Global Head of Executive Talent & Development, responsible for talent insight and leadership development of the Managing Director population globally for Barclays.
Prior to Barclays, she was Director of Global Capability Development at BP, where she was in charge of the curriculum for the middle management population. She also served as Associate Partner for Monitor’s Leadership and Organization Practice, specializing in large, global executive development and capability building programs. Celia started her career in executive development in business schools, working at Harvard Business School, the Carnegie Bosch Institute at Carnegie Mellon University in the US, and Instituto de Empresa, in Madrid, Spain.
Celia received her bachelors in International Relations and French from Tufts University, and her masters in International Relations from the Center for Studies in International Relations (CERI) at the Instituto Ortega y Gasset (part of the Universidad Complutense) in Madrid, Spain. Celia’s focus outside of work is on mentoring and supporting leaders in the education environment. She holds a non-executive position on the board of Teaching Leaders, a leading UK non-profit organisation with the mission to address educational disadvantage by growing a movement of outstanding middle leaders in schools in challenging contexts.
Celia lives in Kent, UK with her husband and two sons.
Head of Learning & Development | Baker McKenzie
Steve Craggs is the Head of Learning & Development for Baker McKenzie's London office. He has spent 20 years training and coaching professionals from secretaries to Board members making them better leaders, thinkers and communicators. He has worked in a range of sectors including aerospace, manufacturing and six years as Global Head of Learning at a major consulting firm. At Baker McKenzie he oversees a range of training and coaching services available to Baker McKenzie employees and their clients covering compliance, business skills and personal development. When he is not training people Steve it out somewhere playing golf or squash and trying to pretend he is still good at sport.
Strategic Advisor and Chief, Capability Development Branch | United Nations World Food Programme
Jonathan Donner is a recognised expert in the fields of Learning and Leadership Development. He has led some of the world’s largest corporate learning transformations and most pioneering global leadership development programmes. Jonathan’s work has featured in renowned publications such as the Harvard Business Review, The Economist, in many important leadership books, and as part of the Executive Education teaching curriculum of Harvard Business School.
Jonathan’s career has spanned significant senior international assignments with some of the world’s top global organisations: Philip Morris/Altria, Marks and Spencer and Unilever. At Unilever he led one of the largest learning outsourcing transformations of its kind, designed and delivered a curriculum of senior global leadership programmes through Unilever’s “Four Acres” Leadership Centre in London (and later established a second, Singapore-based, Four Acres corporate university site) while managing the development system and infrastructure for over 120,000 employees in over 100 countries.
Jonathan Donner currently serves as Strategic Advisor and Chief of Capability Development for the World Food Programme (WFP) in Rome. WFP is the food assistance branch of the United Nations and the world's largest humanitarian organization addressing hunger and promoting food security.
Jonathan also serves as Chairman of the global NGO, Common Purpose Student Experiences (CPSE) http://commonpurpose.org/leadership/programmes/students/ , who manage one of the largest global societal leadership development programmes for students.
Senior Partner | McKinsey & Company
Claudio Feser is a Senior Partner of McKinsey & Company in Zurich. In the Firm he leads McKinsey Academy, a practice offering leadership development programs for firms and their executives. He is also the Dean of the Bower Forum – a leadership development program for CEOs. Furthermore, he is a member of McKinsey’s Board (Shareholders Council).
In 1999 he founded the Athens office of McKinsey, which he run for six years developing the Firm’s work with clients across Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, and Cyprus. On returning to Zurich in 2005, he led the Swiss Office of McKinsey with branches in Zurich, Geneva, and Casablanca for a six-years term.
He serves clients mainly in the areas of healthcare and finance (insurance, banking).
Claudio is the author of the books “Serial Innovators: Firms that Change the World” and “When Execution is not Enough” both published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011 and 2016 respectively, and of several articles in the areas of leadership that have been published in publications such as Nature, Leaders to Leaders, Mint, and The McKinsey Quarterly.
He is a member of World Minds, a Zurich-based think tank of leaders in business and academia.
Claudio holds a M.A. in economics and business administration from the University of Bern in Switzerland, and a M.B.A. from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.
Claudio is married and father of two sons.
Facilitator/Coach/Mentor to leaders and teams
I am at the stage of my life where I feel wise, not because I have the answers but because I have the questions and can enable the best conversations in the moment to explore and create choices.
My experiences with CEOs, senior leaders of many nationalities and global leadership teams have enabled me to evolve my own style of facilitation that incorporates many different approaches but is underpinned with strong principles and beliefs that centre around: self-awareness and playing to strengths as the route to outstanding performance; building a strong foundation of trust to enable a group to become a high performing team quickly; taking care of yourself first before you can take care of others and build followership.
My technical learnings stem from my degree as an Occupational Psychologist and training as a coach and Masters NLP practitioner. My work experiences have accumulated from the public sector into a formative HR career with BAT Industries and the last 25 years with Standard Chartered Bank, living in the UK and Asia. I have both generalist HR and specialist HR experience including Global Head of HR for Corporate and Institutional Banking and Global Head of Talent Management, Learning, Executive Development, Senior Resourcing and Succession Planning.
I enjoy learning from others every day and am known as someone who can challenge with grace and charm but also values honest conversations.
I am now emerging from corporate life and establishing a portfolio of interests that will focus on: facilitating current or future HRDs and senior leaders in transition to new roles; my association with The Forward Institute as one of five facilitators enabling delegates through a one year programme enabling responsible leadership; plus pro bono team facilitation with Save the Children. I am also embarking on my first business book that will focus on the challenges organisations face to build a culture of truth telling.
I am married with two adult sons and have a sports orientated family. I regularly practice Pilates, alongside walking and gym sessions. I enjoy taking care of myself and being my best self as often as possible.
Chief Operations Officer, Fung Academy and Executive Director, The Program for Management Development, Fung Group
Joanne Ho oversees the management and organization for the Fung Academy, with a focus on Leadership Development, Sustainability and Innovation. Since 2010, she has been involved in the Program for Management Development (PMD), which aims to develop future leaders for the Fung Group. She is responsible for the design, development and implementation of the PMD.
Joanne started in Li & Fung Trading Group, engaging in people development, human resources services and corporate services – Customer Services, Global Property & Facilities Planning and Management, Travel, Global Best Practices & Knowledge Sharing, and Corporate Meetings & Guidelines.
Joanne received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and her MBA and Master of Information Technology degree from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is also a qualified coach from Core Essential Program of Coach Inc.
Partner, Employment Group | Baker & McKenzie
Monica Kurnatowska is a Partner in the Baker & McKenzie Employment Group based in London and a member of the London Management Committee. Monica is widely known for her expertise in handling sensitive discrimination, whistleblowing and bonus claims, boardroom and senior executive issues. Monica also provides strategic employment law advice on employment law compliance, cross border M&A and restructuring, and business transformation projects. Monica is also in demand for her expertise in union and challenging industrial relations issues.
Monica has been recognized by The Legal 500 and Chambers UK as a “client-focused and responsive” professional. She is a member of the Editorial Board of PLC Employment On-line. Monica is a regular speaker at internal and external seminars and workshops. She has also written for a number of external publications on bonus issues, atypical workers, TUPE and outsourcing.
Member of the Board, Fung Academy and Advisor to the Group Chairman, Li & Fung Ltd
Dr. Leonard Lane is a Member of the Board Fung Academy and Advisor to the Group Chairman Li & Fung Limited. Prior to taking up his Board role, Dr. Lane was the Managing Director Fung Academy responsible for overall direction and implementation the Group’s Senior Leadership Development and strategy linked Accelerated Learning Programs including overall responsibility for operationalizing sustainability as a competitive advantage across the Groups worldwide businesses. In this capacity he advised the Group’s businesses on how to take advantage of the exponential increases in technology to improve sustainable production and design as well as well as improve the lives of the 3-4 million people that work across the Group’s value chain.
Dr. Lane organized the Academy to deliver a unique value proposition linking organizational and people development processes with a platform of innovation and experimentation focused on convening, trying and incubating action learning across the Group. Dr. Lane also advises the Group Chairman Li & Fung Ltd. on the opportunities to utilize emerging platform driven business models to achieve a competitive edge in rapidly changing markets.
Dr. Lane joined the Group after a distinguished consulting and line management career helping clients build global competitive strategies. Prior to joining the Fung Group in 2008 Dr. Lane ran his own consulting firms; LL Strategic Development Group in Seattle, Washington where he served airlines, global energy and resource development clients and LLA Pacific, Ltd. In Hong Kong where he worked with Li & Fung, DHL, Hong Kong Bank, V-Tech, Caltex, the Airport Authority, Peninsula Hotel Group, China Light and Power and helped with the formation of the Hong Kong Logistics Council.
Dr. Lane also is a Senior Lecturer in Strategy at the University of California, Irvine where he teaches Competitive Strategy, Competitive Intelligence, Sustainability as a Competitive Advantage and Global Business. He is also a guest lecturer at Tel Aviv University.
Dr. Lane received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California as well a Doctorate in Management from Case Western University. He lectures on Competitive Strategy in numerous University MBA programs globally. He served in the U.S Marine Corps and is a three-time Ironman finisher.
Chief Talent Officer | Baker McKenzie
Peter is the Chief Talent Officer of Baker McKenzie and is based in New York. He leads the global talent, human resources, and professional development function for the Firm. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie Peter was the Chief HR Officer of Deloitte Global and had previously lived and worked in London and Sydney. He has 30 years of experience in business, much of which has been at the executive levels of management in top-tier international organizations. A Chartered Accountant by background, he moved into human resources leadership roles 20 years ago. He specializes in talent strategy, succession planning, change management, complex facilitation, leadership development and coaching.
Peter holds a Master of Arts (Hons) degree and a Graduate Diploma in Arts from the University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Sydney, and a Graduate Certificate in Management from Melbourne Business School. In addition, he is a certified leadership coach from the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and is a certified member of the Australian Human Resources Institute.
Peter loves to go running and undertake the very occasional marathon.
Martin Moehrle | Thought Leader, Consultant, Coach and HR Executive
Martin Moehrle is a thought leader, consultant, coach and HR executive with the mission of engaging talent and building organizational capability in a global and complex world. In 2015, he reopened his management consulting practice that he already ran between 2008 and 2012. Martin has been advising numerous organizations, most of them large global corporates across Europe.
Martin is also Associate Director of EFMD, where he is in charge of the Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP), a leading quality assessment and development offering for corporate learning functions, and where he manages a community of learning and talent development leaders.
From 2012 to 2015, Martin was Global Head of Talent and member of the HR Executive Committee at UBS, based in Zurich and leading all talent acquisition and talent development practices globally. Following the financial crisis, he helped UBS to successfully rebuild its talent engine and to align its culture to the new realities of the industry.
For many years through 2008, Martin was Chief Learning Officer, Global Head of HR Development and member of the Global HR Committee at Deutsche Bank. He assumed various HR executive positions and led many initiatives to transform Deutsche Bank into an agile, learning, global, and diverse organization.
Previously, Martin worked with Simon, Kucher & Partners Strategy and Marketing Consultants on market positioning, strategy formulation and pricing engagements. He completed an engineering and a business degree at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and studied international economics and finance at the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne). He lectured on management and marketing at the universities of Bielefeld and Mainz, and was Visiting Scholar and in the Ph.D. program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He received a doctorate in business from Gutenberg University Mainz.
Martin has been past and present member of advisory councils at Business Schools and HR think tanks (e,g, Wharton, St. Gallen, INSEAD, ESMT, Goethe University, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management), senior advisor to EFMD, founding member of ECLF and member of the executive board of ICEDR. He lives with his family in Frankfurt, Germany.
Executive Vice President, Human Resources | Carlsberg Group
Claudia Schlossberger, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, joined Carlsberg in 2012. She was previously Chief HR Officer with the Metro Group and Metro Cash & Carry. Prior to that, she held various senior HR leadership positions across Daimler Benz, where she started in marketing and sales in 1982, having worked in Russia and India. Claudia is based in Copenhagen.
Founder & Managing Director | Better Business
Ralf Schneider is the founder and Managing Director of Better Business. With a business background he has spent more than two decades in leadership roles as a Partner and Senior Executive in the global professional and financial services industries. As a thought leader he has been contributing to the development and practice of Responsible Leadership as a new mode of leadership for Next Generation business. He has spearheaded award-winning talent and leadership initiatives linked to building leading global industry brands. As the Chairman of the International Consortium for Executive Development and Research (ICEDR) and a Founding Board Member of the European Corporate Learning Forum Ralf takes an active interest in the development of the HR profession and is frequent contributor at international conferences and corporate leadership events in Europe, Asia and the US.
Teaching Fellow | London Business School
Stefano Turconi is a Teaching Fellow in the Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department at London Business School. He serves as an instructor in Executing Strategy for Results—an advanced program for senior executives—as well as the Strategy Lab course for MBAs. In the past five years, Stefano served as contributor and director of the Active Learning Programme—a joint initiative of LBS/MIT and the Young Presidents' Organization. Stefano is a co-founder of Charles Thames Strategy Partners, a boutique advisory firm assisting CEOs and top teams in formulating and executing strategy. He has worked closely with a multitude of C-suite executives, leading company-wide interventions to remove strategic bottlenecks—all with documented results and far-reaching impact. Stefano holds an MSc in General Management (with distinction) from LBS and an MSc in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, and studied participant-centered learning methods at Harvard Business School. He has published a number of papers, case studies, and articles.
Nick van Dam
McKinsey partner, Global Chief Learning Officer & Client Advisor
Prof. Dr. Nick van Dam is an internationally recognized advisor, author, speaker, and thought leader on Corporate Learning & Development.
He is Global Chief Learning Officer and Client Engagement advisor for McKinsey & Company. Nick is an Adjunct Professor and Advisory Board Member at the University of Pennsylvania’s PennCLO Executive Doctoral Program, and Full Professor Corporate Learning & Development at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. He is board member of ICEDR the world’s premier network in global talent management, leadership development and strategic change. Additionally, he is on the Corporate Advisory Board of edX which is a nonprofit founded by Harvard and MIT who bridges the gap between education and employment. Nick has served over 100 clients around the world. Prior to McKinsey, he has been partner, Global Chief Learning Officer and Director Human Capital for Deloitte.
As an internationally known thought leader in Human Capital Development, Dr. van Dam has written articles and has been quoted by The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, Business Week, The India Times, Information Week, Management Consulting, CLO Magazine, and T+D Magazine.
Nick co-authored and edited the new book, Elevating Learning & Development: Insights and Practical Guidance from the Field
. In addition, he has authored and co-authored over 17 books including Change Compass, The e-Learning Fieldbook, The Business Impact of e-Learning, 25 Best Practices in Learning & Talent Development, Organization & Management, an International approach, Next Learning, Unwrapped, and YOU! The Positive Force in Change. A number of his books have been translated in Mandarin, Portuguese and Dutch.
He has the received the 2012 ‘Lifetime Learning Leadership Award’ for his contributions to innovation and learning from The MASIE Center, an internationally-recognized think tank focused on workforce education and performance. Under the patrons of the European Parliament Federal Ministry of Education & Research, he received the ‘2013 Leonardo European Corporate Learning Award’ for shaping the future of organizational learning and leadership development.
Nick is founder and chairman of e-Learning for Kids, a global non-proﬁt foundation (www. e-learningforkids.org) that provides free digital lessons for underprivileged children who are 5-12 years old. More than 17 million children have been benefitting from the e-lessons since 2005.
Dr. van Dam is a graduate of the Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdam, Bachelor Degree in Education, and holds a Master of Arts Degree in Social Sciences from the Universiteit van Amsterdam. He earned his Doctorate in Human Capital Development at Nyenrode Business Universiteit, Breukelen, The Netherlands.
Change Leadership, Digital Transformation, and Organisational Development
Alison Young works with CEOs and other board members to plan and implement strategic change. She identifies the leadership attributes and other organizational factors required to deliver change for that particular organization, and works with senior leaders to develop their skills, which are often rolled out to all tiers of management.
She has 25 years’ experience working with FTSE 100 companies delivering significant change programmes across the world. For the past 18 years she has been working with CEOs to prepare over 40,000 employees for the cultural and operational changes resulting from Digital Transformation.
With a deep understanding of organisational development and 25 years’ experience of working in and around HR, Alison likes to delve into the complexity of change programmes to recommend simple, effective, scaleable solutions.
Alison started her career in Marketing and Internal Communications. After gaining an MBA from Cranfield, she worked as a consultant and then held various roles in HR including: HR Director, Director for Management Development and latterly SVP of Organisational Effectiveness at Pearson plc. She has worked in most industry sectors and across many countries for FTSE 100 companies. She is a qualified Executive Coach.
She is regularly asked to speak and write on leadership and change.
Senior Talent Management Director | Carlsberg Group
Simone Zilgen is responsible for the Global Talent Management at Carlsberg Group. She began her career in Human Resources in 1998 at METRO Group and held a number of senior HR roles in the areas of talent management, executive staffing, and change management. She also was in charge of strategy communication and change management during a massive turnaround at METRO Cash & Carry Germany as Senior Director Internal Communication & Change Management.
Simone holds a university degree in economics and is active in various HR committees, e.g. the International HR Award.
Senior Fellow, ICEDR
Mykel Ziolo is the former Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Hess Corporation, a global energy company based in New York City. He was also a member of the Hess Leadership Team, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer.
Mykel has lived and worked in Europe, South America, West Africa, Asia, Australia, the United States and Canada over a 30-year career in Human Resources. He has worked in the Education, Community Development, Raw Materials, Oil & Gas, Retail and Power Generation sectors.
He joined Hess in January 2002 as Global Head and Vice President, Human Resources – Worldwide Exploration & Production and was promoted to his latest position in 2009.
Before to joining Hess, he spent two years as Global Director of Human Resources for InterGen, a developer of power plants around the world.
Prior to that, he spent 15 years with BHP Billiton, the largest natural resources company in the world, where he held increasingly responsible leadership positions in employee relations, strategic staffing, organization development, international practices and compensation and benefits. He served as Vice President, Human Resources for the company’s copper business in South America and its Petroleum unit in Europe, Russia, Africa, the Middle East and West Asia.
Mykel is recognized as a central, strategic partner to both the Board and CEO.
He is seen as having the ability to both create vision and execute to delivery. Trust, integrity and a strong team player, are all qualities universally recognized as part of his DNA. He has the ability to ask the tough questions and is known for his constructive candor. He is an independent thinker, with a deep understanding of the business, always prepared to take a stance for what’s best for the Corporation.
Mykel holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics from Melbourne University and post-graduate degrees in Education from Monash University and Business from Sturt University.
Tuesday, May 16
8:30 Coffee & Registration
9:00 Welcome & Introduction
-Doug Ready, Founder & President, ICEDR and Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
-Peter May, Chief Talent Officer, Baker McKenzie
-Nick van Dam, Global Chief Learning Officer & Client Advisor, McKinsey & Chairman, ICEDR
9:15 Disruption and the C-Suite Agenda
-Facilitators: Doug Ready & Mykel Ziolo, Senior Fellow, ICEDR & Former SVP Global Human Resources, Hess
-Leonard Lane, Managing Director Fung Academy & Group Director Leadership Development, and Joanne Ho, Executive Director – Program for Management Development / Fung Academy, Li & Fung
-Claudia Schlossberger, EVP Group HR, and Simone Zilgen, Senior Talent Management Director, Carlsberg Group
10:15 Round Table Discussion
11:15 Reimagining Leadership
-Claudio Feser, Senior Partner & Global Head of McKinsey Leadership Development, McKinsey
2:00 Panel Session–HR’s Leadership Opportunity
-Facilitator: Peter May, Baker McKenzie
-Ralf Schneider, Managing Partner, Better Business
-Peter May, Baker McKenzie
-Martin Moehrle, Consultant & Associate Director, EFMD
-Geraldine Haley, Senior Fellow, ICEDR & GH Consulting
-Mykel Ziolo, Senior Fellow, ICEDR & Former SVP Global Human Resources, Hess
4:15 Company Presentation-Baker McKenzie
-Monica Kurnatowska, Partner, Employment Group, Baker & McKenzie
6:00-7:30 Special Reception at Baker McKenzie
Wednesday, May 17
8:45 Reimagining Decision-Making - Simple Rules for Complex Decisions
-Stefano Turconi, Sloan Fellow, Teaching Fellow, Department of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, London Business School
10:15 Reimagining Learning
-Nick van Dam, Global Chief Learning Officer & Client Advisor, McKinsey & Chairman, ICEDR
11:15 Panel Session– New Views on Leadership and Talent Challenges
-Facilitator: Jonathan Donner, Strategic Advisor, Capability Development - UN World Food Programme
-Steve Craggs, Head of Learning and Development, Baker McKenzie
-Celia Berenguer, Global Head of Leadership and Learning, Barclays
-Alison Young, Consultant & Former SVP, Global Head of Organisation Effectiveness, Pearson
12:30 Next steps
12:45 Wrap-up discussion
Subject to change
The ICEDR Global Innovations Summit will take place at Baker McKenzie at 100 New Bridge Street in London.
The program will start on Tuesday, May 16 at 9:00 and end on Wednesday, May 17 at 13:00. Please plan to arrive no later than 8:45 to pick up your materials and to enjoy a coffee or tea.
100 New Bridge Street
London EC4V 6JA
Baker McKenzie is easily accessible by public transportation. The nearest tube station is Blackfriars on the Circle & District lines. Nearest mainline stations are City Thameslink (thameslinkrailway.com) and Blackfriars ( southeasternrailway.co.uk & thameslinkrailway.com.
From the airports: All the airports are served by trains to London: Heathrow Express (Heathrow Express), Gatwick Express (Gatwick Express), Stansted Express ( Stansted Express
), London City Airport (DLR- www.nationalrail.co.uk). To plan your trip via public transportation, please visit http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ which offers an easy journey planner.
For car transport to and from the airport:
-RadioTaxis. For cash black taxis call: +44 (0) 20 7272 0272. For cash executive cars or people carriers, call: +44 (0) 20 7107 0700.
-For chauffeur car service call Airport Executive: +44 (0) 20 8838 333 (www.airportexecutive.co.uk)
Each participant is responsible for making his/her own hotel reservations. Some hotel options are:
Crowne Plaza London-The City (<5 minute walk)
19 New Bridge Street
London EC4V 6DB
Phone: +44-871-942 9190
Grange St. Paul’s Hotel (<10 minute walk)
10 Godliman Street
London EC4V 5AJ
Phone: +44 20 7074 1000
Meals will be served during the program. Please contact us in advance if you have any dietary restrictions.
Comfortable, casual clothing is recommended for the program.
Final Participant List
This is the participant list for ICEDR's 2017 Innovations Summit.
Employment compliance and legal services in a VUCA world
Monica Kurnatowska, Baker McKenzie discusses employment compliance and legal services in a VUCA world
The Apparel Industry in the 4th Industrial Revolution
Leonard Lane and Joanne Ho, Fung Academy discuss the apparel industry in the 4th industrial revolution.
Developing Leaders for a VUCA World
Doug Ready, ICEDR, introduces developing leaders in a VUCA world
Disruption and the C-Suite Agenda
Mykel Ziolo, ICEDR, discusses disruption and the C-Suite agenda based on his experiences at Hess
Developing Leaders at Scale in a VUCA World
Claudio Feser, McKinsey, discusses McKinsey research on developing leaders at scale in a VUCA world
Create a Winning Culture at Carlsberg
Claudia Schlossberger, Carlsberg, discusses how they went about creating a winning culture at Carlsberg to help implement change.
HR’s Leadership Opportunity in a VUCA World
Mykel Ziolo discusses HR's leadership opportunity and accountabilities in a VUCA world.
Agile strategies for engaging talent in a VUCA world
Martin Moehrle discusses research on developing agile strategies to engage talent in a VUCA world
Next Generation Leadership
Ralf Schneider, Better Business, discusses what next generation leadership will look like
Reimagining Learning During the 4th Industrial Revolution
Nick van Dam, McKinsey, discusses reimagining learning during the 4th industrial revolution
Reimagining Decision-Making-Simple Rules for Complex Decisions
Stefano Turconi discusses how to reimagine decision-making based on his research and book on simple rules for complex decisions
Simple Rules for a Complex World
This is the article Stefano Turconi referenced in his presentation on May 17.