Developing Global Talent & Leadership at The CP Group

2014 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: Lean how the CP Group transformed from a regional to a global operation by focusing on corporate culture and core philosophy.

The CP Group is one of Thailand’s largest global firms with offices in 20 countries on four continents, nearly 300,000 employees worldwide and revenue of $39 billion in 2012. Hear how the CP Group has transformed from a primarily Asia-centered operation to a global one by focusing on corporate culture, competencies, training and development, teamwork, and a values-based core philosophy of the 3 ‘Bs’: benefits to the country, benefits to people, and benefits to the company. 

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 23, 2014 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Naowarat Bumrungchit


Naowarat Bumrungchit is Senior Vice President, of the C.P. Leadership Group.  She was recently assigned to the office of the Chairman  to institutionalize the C.P.Leadership Institute. Previously, Naowarat’s responsibilities included heading Leadership Development, Learning & Development for CPF as well as overseeing the CPF Learning Center Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Thailand the largest ago-­‐industrial food company “Charoen Pokaphan Public Company” (CPF). CPF subsidiaries companies operate in 27 countries around the globe. 

Naowarat has an impressive track record and international reputation for building the talent pipeline, including talent development with global capability, and for transforming knowledge capital, capability and leadership into business success.   In her current role, she is institutionalizing  the CPF Global Learning Center by providing innovative learning tools for CPF global leaders. Naowarat has been awarded the Global HR Excellent Award 2009 and in 2012 the Leaders Award in Business Leadership.

Naowarat also served as the Vice President of the Stock Exchange of Thailand. In that capacity, she played a key role in institutionalizing the Thailand Securities Institute to function as a center for licensing examinations.  She is credited for bringing continuous, innovative, education and training programs for industry practitioners and investors through series of lectures, workshops, seminars, computer-­‐based training sessions and other relevant technology. While serving in this role, she devoted her personal time to developing mentoring programs for volunteer instructors to help sustain their personal long term growth. She also wrote 2 pocket books used as   mentor’s hand books focused on how to be high technology instructors using a blended learning technique as the key to success in transferring knowledge in a simple and effective way. Naowarat is a Fulbright Scholar with a Masters degree in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation from Syracuse University.

Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Relationship Management
HR Expertise
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