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JONDHALE COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND RESEARCH ASANGAON 2012-2013
MANAGEMETN PROCESS SKILL
F.Y.MMS By BHUSHAN TELAM
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF
MR. BHOJRAJ SHEWALE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Apart from our efforts. We would also like to thank all those people who have directly or indirectly contributed to the successful completion of this project. Thanking you all. we felt motivated and encouraged to undertake this project. for your kind anticipation in our project. We would like to shower our greatest appreciation to BHOJRAJ SHEVALE sir under the guidance of whom. We are also grateful for every small effort he has put in to see to it that our project is a grand success. We take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the person who has been instrumental in the successful completion of this project. . We can’t say thank you enough for his tremendous support and help. Without her encouragement and guidance this project would not have materialized. the success of this project depends largely on the encouragement and guidelines provided to us by our M P S lecturer from time to time.
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1904 – November 29. 1993 Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata July 29. 1993 .Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata July 29. 1904 – November 29.
Japan and England Joined French army after completing his education J.INTRODUTION • • • • • • • • • Person driven by his spirit of flying Born : 29th July. married to Thelma in 1930.R. 1904 in Paris.R.D. France Parents: Father – Mr. November. Switzerland on 29th 1993 at the age of 89. Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata Mother – Suzanne Sooni Briere (French citizen) Popularly known as “Jeh” among his friends Education in France.R.D. cared for the .D. the Parliament was adjourned in his memory. epitomised a way of life and a culture of business that country and its people. had no children J. • On his death. passed away in Geneva. J.
John Peterson • At the age of 25. JRD became the first Indian to pass the Pilot • examination He established “Tata Airlines”.• Joined Tata as an unpaid apprentice in December 1925 • His mentor in business was a Scottish. which later on became “AiR INDIA" At the age of 34. JRD was made the Chairman of Tata Sons . JRD surrendered his French citizenship to • embrace India as his workplace • In 1929.
R. which became Air India in 1946. On February 10. . He founded India's first commercial airline. now India's national airline. D. and took to flying. 1929 Tata obtained the first pilot licence issued in India. Tata Airlines in 1932. He later came to be known as the father of Indian civil aviation.CAREER J. Tata was inspired early by aviation pioneer Louis Blériot.
1988. He took over as Chairman of Tata Sons from his uncle Nowroji Saklatwala. . the assets of the Tata Group grew from US$100 million to over US$5 billion. Power. at the age of 34.He joined Tata & Sons as an unpaid apprentice in 1925.refusing to bribe politicians or use the black market. Chemicals and Hospitality. with major interests in Steel. when he left. he directed the huge Tata Group of companies. Under his chairmanship. He started with 14 enterprises under his leadership and half a century later on July 26. Engineering. For decades. JRD was elected Chairman of Tata & Sons making him the head of the largest industrial group in India. In 1938. Tata & Sons was a conglomerate of 95 enterprises which they either started or in which they had controlling interest. He was famous for succeeding in business while maintaining high ethical standards .
. Research and Treatment. this Trust established Asia's first cancer hospital. It also founded the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS. the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR.He was the trustee of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust from its inception in 1932 for over half a century. Under his guidance. and the National Center for Performing Arts. 1945). he founded Tata Motors. JRD Tata launched Air India International as India's first international airline. In 1945. 1936). in Bombay in 1941. In 1948. the Tata Memorial Center for Cancer.
In 1968. JRD Tata cared greatly for his workers. He firmly believed in employee welfare and espoused the principles of an eighthour working day. which were later. he founded Titan Industries. adopted as statutory requirements in India. This made the company financially liable to the worker for any mishap on the way to and from work.a position he retained for 25 years. conditions of sanitation. . In 1987.In 1953. he was bestowed with the title of Honorary Air Commodore of India. free medical aid. For his crowning achievements in aviation. In 1979. and workmen's accident compensation schemes. roads and welfare that were offered by Tata Steel. he founded Tata Consultancy Services. the Indian Government appointed JRD Tata as Chairman of Air India and a director on the Board of Indian Airlines . workers' provident scheme. he initiated a program of closer 'employee association with management' to give workers a stronger voice in the affairs of the company. Tata Steel Township was also selected as a UN Global Compact City because of the quality of life. In 1956. Tata Steel instituted a new practice: a worker being deemed to be "at work" from the moment he leaves home for work till he returns home from work.
French was his first language. Tata was born in Paris. the second child of Parsi father Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata . France. D.J. R. . He attended the Cathedral and John Connon School. a pioneer industrialist in India. Bombay. His father was a first cousin of Jamsetji Tata. Tata also served in the French Foreign Legion. he spent much of his childhood in France and as a result. As his mother was French.
4. Bombay.R. TATA • • • • • • • • • Entrepreneurship: He started with 14 enterprises and half a century when he left. 1945 and the National Center for Performing Arts.R. Tata initiated a program of closer "employee association with management" Believed in employee welfare Initiated the principles of an eight-hour working day. tea. 1941 Founded the TISS. New Practices: • cared greatly for his workers . Employee Welfare: • • • J. automobiles and IT.D.CONTRIBUTIONS BY J.D. workers' provident scheme. workmen's accident compensation schemes 5. the Tata Memorial Center for Cancer. 1936. Diversified the business to chemicals. Social Responsibility: • • Trustee of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust from its inception Established Asia's first cancer hospital. Research and Treatment. Aviation: Passion for flying Formed the Tata Aviation Service in 1932 Launched “Air India International” as India's first international airline Director on the Board of Indian Airlines for 25-years Bestowed with the title of Honorary Air Commodore of India 3. Tata & Sons was a corporation of 95 enterprises. free medical aid. TIFR.
• • a worker is deemed to be "at work" from the moment he leaves home for work till he returns home from work Tata Steel Township. roads and welfare that were offered by Tata Steel. Tata Ecotechnology Centre: • • effective ecological step towards the improvement of environment ecotechnology core idea is to balance the conservation of natural resources alongwith satisfying the needs of the poor people leading them to decent livestyle .D. 6.R. selected as a UN Global Compact City because of the quality of life. J. conditions of sanitation.
private affair 4. Professionalism: • • Tata legacies were chaired and Run by Professionals. Secular Tata’s: • • Only Merit counted Led to TAS and TMTC 5. Lead human beings with affection 2.Benign Boss: . One of Tata's earliest achievements was to cajole ten rival cement companies to merge and form the Associated Cement Companies. Leader and motivator: • • Chairman’s Chairman. Built International Conglomerate placing India on World Map 3. Group Concept • • • Conglomerate of 95 companies with end of 50 years of Chairmanship. run by the Tatas.RELEVANCE WITH CURRENT CONTEXT 1. Entrepreneur believer: • • Created supportive climate Led to the first public. JRD financed young boys to carry out their professionals from foreign Universities 6.
trusted them For even small development gave credits to his Employees 7. Trust builder JRD: • Never Compromised on Ethics in his Personal as well as Public life.• • He picked individuals and gave them his total support and above all. .
Visionary: • Tata Airlines 2. Compassionate: • Strived hard for the betterment of workers 7. Diplomatic: • Diplomat way to tackle Nehru 3. 8. 1. Supportive towards innovation • Tata Chemicals lab .VIRTUES OF J. Committed to Values: • Firm and committed with policies 4.R. Realistic: • Profit Realization 5.D. Against All Odds: • Difficulties for the growth of Industrial Entrepreneurship during pre and post Independence period. Charismatic: • Smart businessman 6.
9. Approachable • Comfortable Personality . Aware of Sense of Responsibility • Opportunities to join politics 10.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION • • • • • • “Legion d’honneur”. in 1954 “Padma Vibhushan” in 1957 “Tony Jannus Award” in 1979 “Guggenheim Medal” in 1988 “Bharat Ratna” in 1992 “United Nations Population Award” in 1992. for family planning movement in India .
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