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Internship Project Report

ANURAG CHAURASIA
PGDM-HRM 2011-12
XIMB
uh11001@stu.ximb.ac.in
6/1/2012

Identificcation of unique roles and job analysis within ISC- India and Standardization of Job Descriptions

By:Anurag Chaurasia
Under the Guidance of
Abhay Singh
MAnager: HR

In (Partial) Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Degree of
PGDM-HRM
XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
JULY, 2012
Xavier Institute of Management
Xavier Square, Bhubaneswar - 751 013, India

Automation and Control Solutions

Certificate

ACKNOWLEGEMENT

These last two months of summer training had been nothing short of a journey- a journey of great learning experiences. I got my first glimpse of corporate culture and also how the Human Resources department fulfils its role in an organization. My internship at Honeywell Automation India Ltd. has been possible because of many people, who throughout my project have been constant sources of encouragement, support and guidance.

First of all, I would like to express my earnest gratitude and sincere thanks towards my project guide, Mr. Abhay Singh (Manager HR) for his timely and valuable guidance and support offered to me throughout the course of this project work.

I whole heartedly thank Mr. Kaushik Mitter (Director HR), who was always ready with a helping hand and quick tips, for providing me with imperative insights and feedback throughout the project.

I offer my sincere gratitude to the stakeholders, Director ISC- India and Leaders of all the SBUs as without their immense help and unfailing support in giving the necessary information of processes, this project would not have been possible.

I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to all the members of the Honeywell Automation India Ltd., Pune and Human Resources team for their support and guidance in the summer internship program.

TABLE OF CONTENT

1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY7
2.METHODOLOGY8
3.HONEYWELL AND ACS OVERVIEW10
4.HAIL ISC-INDIA AND HOS OVERVIEW16
5.UNIQUE IDENTIFIED ROLES WITHIN ISC-INDIA ACROSS ENTITIES17
6.DEVELOPING JOB DESCRIPTION20
7.JOB DESCRIPTION TEMPLATE22
8.DEVELOPING A SKILL INVENTORY FRAMEWORK28
9.SKILL SET30
10.DEVELOPING A STANDARD COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK31
11.STANDARD COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK35
12.CONCLUSION36
13.REFERENCES37

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

”Any company trying to compete … must figure out a way to engage the mind of every employee”
Jack Welch, former CEO General Electric
One common element grounds organizations’ ability to advance through its environment: People. People are more than ever a source of critical skill and knowledge, as well as sustainable competitive advantage. People want to invest their skills and knowledge on behalf of their employers. Yet few organizations are fully tapping that source and achieving the results that come through full investment of the workforce. Identification of suitable roles within Integrated Supply Chain and mapping there respective responsibility, is what this report is all about. The project tiltle is: Identification of Unique roles within ISC-India and developing a standardized job descriptions and Skill matrix for respective positions. The project synopsis is: Rolling out the framework for ISC India Talent Agenda; Developing an inventory of skill matrix (basic technical competency framework), framework forintegrating talent across ISC India. Common norms for deployment and mobiity across SBG’s within ISC. The project thus involved understanding the organisation structure of Honeywell and ISC, such that various demading roles within ISC can be identified. The methodology followed included, conducting focused group discussions with HR managers, Stakeholders (consisting of Head’s of respective SBU’s) and Director of ISC. Another part of the project focused on the development of job description of the respective identified roles. The responsibilties...
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