Ethical Downfall In Wipro Essays and Term Papers

  • Ethics in Satyam

    Date: 13/12/11 11 ASSIGMENT ON ETHICAL PRACTICES Submitted to: Mr. Nirmalya B. Biswas Submitted by: Ashish S. Thomas EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: PwC is the second largest professional services firm in the world (after Deloitte) and one of the 'Big Four' accountancy firms. About 50 % of PwC’s revenue...

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  • Csr Tata

    documented the top ten motivators driving corporations to engage in CSR for competitive reasons, the following emerged: • Economic considerations • Ethical considerations • Innovation and learning • Employee motivation • Risk management or risk reduction • Access to capital or increased shareholder value...

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  • Corporate Social Responsiility

    responsibility as a core of business handling. Essentially, it is an inter-disciplinary subject in nature and encompasses in its fold 1. Social, economic, ethical and moral responsibility of companies and managers 2. Compliance with legal and voluntary requirements for business 3. Challenges posed by needs...

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  • Satyam Scam

    verdict from Bangalore-based business process outsourcing companies was that Satyam’s clients will simply move to the bigger companies, TCS, Infosys and Wipro most likely to benefit. More broadly, the scandal has raised serious questions over the quality of corporate governance in India and has put under doubt...

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  • Ethical Practices in an Indian Organisation

    About Wipro Ltd. Wipro Limited is an Indian multinational information technology (IT) consulting and outsourcing service company located in Bangalore, Karnataka in India. The company was incorporated on December 29, 1945, in Mumbai by Mohamed Hasham Premji as Western India Vegetables Products Limited...

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  • Ethics

    What are the Unethical Issues found/ or What are the ethical problems faced? Who are the People involved? Under What Conditions/Situation it has taken place/ Current Status of the Issue? What are your recommendations purely on ethical basis? The Importance of Ethics In Any Business Organization ...

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  • Satyam Case

    almost empty. The 1.5 billion dollar fraud outweighs the company’s entire salary bill for the last year of a little over one billion dollars. The downfall of Raju, a 54-year old software industry veteran, began nearly one month ago when Satyam attempted to acquire two companies controlled by his sons...

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  • Ethics

    issues, like human rights, working conditions, equality and diversity, consumer protection, environment and health impacts, economic development, ethical business practices and lobbying and political influence. Today, companies are increasingly adopting socially responsible practices because of their...

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  • Human Resource

    IIM Raipur | WIPRO LIMITED | Organizational Study | | Submitted To | Prof . Vidyanand Jha | On 23rd January 2011 By Group 10 Garima Tamudia ...

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    Research Article  Ethical Organization and Employees  ABSTRACT  Managing  ethics  in  the  work  place  is  all  about  how the  values,  ethics  and  moral  principles  are  essential  to  sound  decision  making.  In  looking  for  an  answer,  it  was  found  that  while  organizations do indeed have values...

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  • Sussan

    MS 26- Wipro has been awarded the Ethics in Good Business award for the year 2002, by the Punjab, Haryana, Delhi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI). The award recognises an organisation’s ethics and value-based business performance. The award was presented at a function in New Delhi by the deputy...

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  • Wipro Business Ethics

    from poor ethical standards and lack of integrity that can do incalculable harm. History has proven repeatedly that business ethics, shared value and corporate governance determine the longevity of an enterprise. So What? What is required is ‘capacity building’ towards deeper ethical behavior. Employees...

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  • Ajim Premji

    and the chairman of Wipro Limited. He has led Wipro since 1966. Under his leadership Wipro has metamorphosed from a Rs 70 million company in hydrogenated cooking fats to a pioneer in providing integrated business, technology and process solutions on a global delivery platform. Wipro Limited is today...

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  • Case on Wipro

    360 degree Appraisal in Wipro. DGM02 – Human Resource Management Biswanath Sen Gupta Regn. No: 2700100018 All India Management Association – Centre for Management Education Management House 14, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003, India Tel: 011 - 24617354, 24617355, 24618107...

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  • The story of how Western India Vegetable Products

    Knowledge@Wharton The story of how Western India Vegetable Products morphed from a disorganized agriculture-based manufacturing and distribution company into Wipro, the third biggest global tech services provider (behind Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys), is fairly well known in India. In the summer of...

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  • Motivation

    then doing the right thing -- but "the right thing" is not nearly as straightforward as conveyed in a great deal of business ethics literature. Most ethical dilemmas in the workplace are not simply a matter of "Should Bob steal from Jack?" or "Should Jack lie to his boss?" (Many ethicists assert there's...

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  • LEADERSHIP STYLE OF BEST 5 LEADERS

    Infosys had so many professionals it did not venture into dotcom because of the vision of Mr. Narayan Murthy. This saved them from going down. The downfall of dotcoms has not affected his business much. Before starting Infosys this visionary got together with 6 professionals and wanted to start have...

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  • Offshore Outsourcing

    skilled labor might give rise to cost savings and productivity.” (Modarress & Ansari, 2007, p.165) Offshore Outsourcing Ethical Dilemmas Offshore outsourcing can create an ethical dilemma. The dilemma is that because many companies utilize offshore outsourcing that it limits the availability of jobs...

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  • Ajim Prem Ji

    | |Azim H. Premji | |Chairman, Wipro Limited | | ...

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  • Legal Process Outsourcing in India

    recession, M&A, and bankruptcy filings have accelerated the growth of LPO in India. There has been a sizeable uptrend in the LPO industry since the downfall of the US economy. The current LPO market is growing at about 40% per annum. A number of law firms and corporations including Baker and McKenzie,...

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