• Tata Group Business Strategy
    TATA steel strategy was to integrate the value chain of steelmaking to aid the growth of Asia’s bubbling construction economy. When presented with the opportunity (financially the government policies made it easier) to gain access to the other markets, they later acquire CORUS which was an established...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    A CGSR PROJECT ON “The Tata Group: Integrating Social Responsibility with Corporate Strategy” Submitted to- Submitted by- Prof. Rajul Singh ...
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  • India Steel Today-Tomorrow
    Indian Steel: Today & Tomorrow - Vaishnavi Naik Introduction The Indian economy is growing at a fast rate. According to a World Bank forecast made on 13th February 2011, the Indian economy will expand at a faster rate than that of China. The Bank’s ‘World Economic Outlook’ has projected that...
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  • Document
    Engineering with effect from academic year 2013 – 14 S. E. (Mechanical) and S. E. (Automobile) Semester – I Code Subject Teaching Scheme (Weekly Load in hrs) Lect. Tut Practical 4 3 1 4 3 3 -18 1 ---1 --2 --2 2 -2 2 2 10 Examination Scheme (Marks) + Theory TW PR OR Paper Online 50 50 -50 50 50 --250 50 50...
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  • Indian Steel Industry
    INDUSTRY India Steel Industry Steel Companies in India The steel industry, in general, is on the upswing, due to strong growth in demand propelled particularly by the demand for steel in China. The world scenario coupled with strong domestic demand has benefited the Indian steel Industry. [pic][pic]During...
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  • Tata Steel
    Reinventing a Giant Corporation: The Case of Tata Steel D V R Seshadri and Arabinda Tripathy A KEY WORDS Reinvention Change Management Turnaround Tata Steel Liberalization Response to Globalization t the meeting of the senior management of Tata Steel to celebrate the spectacular performance of...
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  • Research
    Integrated Approach’.  Francis Cherunilam, ‘STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT’.  N. S. Gupta, ‘BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGY MGMT’.  G. Johnson & K. Scholes, ‘EXPLORING CORPORATE STRATEGY’.  N. G. Nair & Latha Nair, ‘BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGY MGMT’.  Samuel Certo & J. Paul Peter, ‘STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT’.  S. C. Sharma...
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  • Steel Report
    of crude steel in the world, accounting for 3.37% of the global steel production in 2007. India’s finished carbon steel production grew to reach an estimated 42.63mmt in 2006-07; primary producers alone contributed about 38% whereas secondary producers contributed the rest. The Indian steel industry...
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  • Csr Tata
    three phases of the research: • Desk- and web-based research • Questionnaires with students (structured quantitative research) • Interviews with leading HR professionals in India (insight interviews) 1. Desk and web based research: • An initial search was conducted within the public domain to review the...
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  • Reference Manual for Jqm Challenge.Pdf
    to 4 pages 11 DTQMP Structure Candidates for Challenging Strategies at Corporate (for example) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Achieve 10mtpa crude steel at Jamshedpur by sweating of assets Greenfield projects in 1st phase – Orissa (3mt) Increase mine life by enhancing beneficiation capability Improve...
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  • Employee Retention Practices of 7 Companies
    Employee Retention Policies By Group 7 Members: Amit Kumar Jain Anshuman Banarjee Chaman Kumar Karn Kumar Prashil Tekade Raj Vikas Daliparthy Robin Rajan Executive Summary Employee retention is a process in which the employees are encouraged to remain with the organization...
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  • Steel
    Overview The steel industry is a dynamic, innovative sector, which is constantly adapting and refining itself to become more competitive in the market. The industry does this by developing new, improved steel grades and production procedures that produce better and more cost-effective product lines...
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  • Steel
    STEEL Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon, containing less than 2% carbon, 1% manganese and small amounts of silicon, phosphorus, sulphur and oxygen. Steel is the most important engineering and construction material in the world and it is the most important, multi-functional and most adaptable of materials...
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  • Analysis on the developmental scenario of “IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY” in India.
    INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY Project on Analysis on the developmental scenario of “IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY” in India. Submitted by: PATHMAJA RAGHUNATHAN (10BBL044) Subject: Legal Economics Programme: B.com L.L.B. (Hons.) Semester: 3rd Year: September, 2011 Submitted To: ...
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  • Vodafone
    'On-Site' medical clinics are the refined version of Company Doctor – a practice that has long been out fashioned by high maintenance costs. However, for the HR executives, 'On-Site' medical clinics are a novel concept that improves the morale of the employees and for top managers, this is a cost item which has...
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  • Role of Architects and Interior Designers
    RICHA ARORA Assistant Manager-HR MS.AKKRITI. I was assigned the project on “EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND SURVEY”. I would like to thank her for providing me guidance and sparing her valuable time. I would also like to express my gratitude to the HR & Administration department...
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  • Work on Pom
    of hotels and resorts headquartered in the Oxford House in Mumbai. This company is a part of the Tata Group, one of India's largest business conglomerates. JamshetjiNusserwanji Tata, founder of the Tata Group, opened the TajMahal Palace & Tower, the first Taj property and the first Taj hotel, on...
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  • Steel Industry
    Analysis of Indian Steel Industry Submitted by: Purvi Tibrewalla Roll 146, Sec B. Submitted to: Ms. Paramita Sarkar 1 DECLARATION I hereby declare that the work presented in this Project entitled “Analysis of Indian Steel Industry” submitted to Ms. Paramita Sarkar full-time faculty at Smt...
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  • Ee Practices - Various Companies
    leadership and management levels and paid according to individual and company performance. * In response to global economic conditions a pay freeze policy was introduced to the senior leadership team in the 2010 financial year. Most operating companies did however award bonuses through global or local...
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  • Employee Morale At TATA Steel
     Table of Contents Chapter1: Tata Steel All About Tata Steel.......…………………………………………………………………03 Origin and Growth………..……………………………..………………………………05 Acquisitions……….………..……………………………………………………………07 Study Of Various Programmes…………………………………………………………09 Awards and Recognition…….....
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