My U.S.-Based Company Has Gone Global, Now What Do I Do?

SHRM 2012 Annual Conference
You will gain perspective and a starting point to implement HR programs and services across multiple borders and cultures.
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Many U.S. based small and mid-sized companies are entering the global business arena, but lack a road map of what to do along the way to assimilate new cultures and ways of doing business. Hear a first hand account of how Mark has led his HR teams along the journey from Domestic to International and integrated award winning programs in Asia, Africa, and North America. You will learn how to communicate in different time zones while your business partners sleep, how to tune in to cultural norms and work thru seeing the world with a different perspective, and the importance of assessing the situation early on by conducting mini audits and communicating with your global management team. You will walk away from this session knowing the right questions to ask in order to develop a game plan and start up your global HR systems.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - 7:00am to 8:15am

Mark S. Fogel

Mark S.

Mark S. Fogel is the Co-founder of Human Capital 3.0, a Human Capital and Organizational Leadership advisory firm servicing a broad range of industries with a focus on assisting businesses identify and grow its talent strategically. As a former CHRO for Leviton, Marcum, and Success Academy Charter Schools, Mark was the recipient of several national awards including SHRM’s Human Capital Leader of the Year in 2007 and HR Executive Magazine’s Honor Role in 2010.

Mark is also an educator. Working part-time as a Senior Adjunct Professor of distinction at Adelphi University’s Business School, Mark leads HR classes for MBA and Undergrad students in Staffing, Selection, Compensation and Global disciplines. Additionally, he facilitates the SHRM SCP/CP prep class for HRJetpack and Manhattanville college. He has also presented over two dozen times at SHRM national, regional, and local conferences on a broad range of HR topics.

Often Quoted in national media, Mark brings a refreshing point of view to every HR discussion. Follow him on the SHRM blog,, and on Twitter @HC3

Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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