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Project in WIPRO

Project in WIPRO

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Wipro started as a vegetable oil company in 1947 from an old mill founded by AzimPremji's father. When his father died in 1966, Azim, a graduate in Electrical Engineering fromStanford University, took on the leadership of the company at the age 21. He repositioned itand transformed Wipro
(Western India Vegetable Products Ltd)
into a consumer goodscompany that produced hydrogenated cooking oils/fat company, laundry soap, wax and tincontainers and later set up Wipro Fluid Power to manufacture hydraulic and pneumaticcylinders in 1975. At that time, it was valued at $2 million.In 1977, when IBM was asked to leave India, Wipro entered the information technologysector. In 1979, Wipro began developing its own computers and in 1981, started selling thefinished product. This was the first in a string of products that would make Wipro one of India'sfirst computer makers. The company licensed technology from Sentinel Computers in theUnited States and began building India's first mini-computers. Wipro hired managers who werecomputer savvy, and strong on business experience.In 1980 Wipro moved in software development and started developing customizedsoftware packages for their hardware customers. This expanded their IT business andsubsequently invented the first Indian
8086 chip.
Since 1992, Wipro began to grow its roots off shore in United States and by 2000 Wipro Ltd ADRs were listed on the New York StockExchange.With over 25 years in the Information Technology business, Wipro Technologies is thelargest outsourced R & D Services provider and one of the pioneers in the remote delivery of ITservices. Being a global provider of consulting, IT Services, outsourced R&D, infrastructureoutsourcing and business process services, we deliver technology-driven business solutions thatmeet the strategic objectives of our Global 2000 customers. Wipro today employs 96,000people in over 50 countries. A career at Wipro means to learn and grow continuously,opportunities to work on the latest technologies alongside the finest minds in the industry,competitive salaries, stock options and excellent benefits.
Wipros Chairman Azim H Premji, senior executives of Wipro and external members whoare global leaders & visionaries form the Wipro Board which provides direction & guidance tothe organization.
Board of Directors
Azim H Premji
 ChairmanWipro Limited
Executive Directors Independent Directors
Girish S Paranjpe
Suresh C Senapaty
Suresh Vaswani
Ashok S Ganguly
William Arthur Owens
B C Prabhakar 
P M Sinha
Jagdish N Sheth
N Vaghul
Human Resource Planning
Human resources planning is an important component of securing future operations.For sustainability, plans must be made to ensure that adequate resources are available andtrained for all levels of an organization. Although police organizations are stretched to meetcurrent service requirements, it is important that they also spend time to create plans to ensurethere will be officers to fill future positions. These plans must be prepared well in advance, withtargets set for the short, mid and long term.Not only must adequate resourcing be considered for the bulk of the workforce butspecial consideration must be given for the leadership of each organization. This requiresdeveloping specialized succession plans for identifying and grooming potential future leaders.The leader candidates must receive management, leadership, and all relevant knowledge andskills training. Plans should also be created to leverage the knowledge of those leaving todaysleadership roles so that future leaders are fully informed. Securing future policing operationsrequires careful planning and a clear implementation strategy.
When I look at where we have come, what gives me tremendous satisfaction is not so much thesuccess, but the fact that we achieved this success without compromising on the value wedefined for ourselves. Values combined with a powerful vision can turbo-charge a company toscale new heights and make it succeed beyond ones wildest expectations. 
im Premji
The basic purpose of having a manpower plan is to have accurate estimate of requiredmanpower with matching skills requirements. The main objectives are:
Forecast manpower requirements.
Cope with changes  environment, economic, organizational.
Use existing manpower productively.
Promote employees in a systematic way.

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