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  • 1. NARAYANA MURTHY AND INFOSYS<br />Case Study.<br />
  • 2. PRESENTATION PLAN<br /><ul><li>Objective of the Case.
  • 3. Introduction to Mr. Narayana Murthy and INFOSYS.
  • 4. Key Qualities of INFOSYS.
  • 5. Human Resource Practices at INFOSYS.
  • 6. Conclusion.
  • 7. Bibliography.</li></li></ul><li>OBJECTIVES OF THE CASE…<br /><ul><li>To analyse the strategies implemented by Narayana Murthy which made Infosys one of the biggest IT companies in India.
  • 8. Brief Discussion Of HR Policies At Infosys.</li></li></ul><li>NARAYAN MURTHY AND INFOSYS<br />Educational Milestone of Murthy<br /><ul><li>B. E. (Electrical) from the University of Mysore (1967)
  • 9. M. Tech. (Electrical) from the IIT, Kanpur (1969).</li></ul>Career.<br /><ul><li>Started his career as head of computer system at IIM,Ahmedabad.
  • 10. Life at Paris.
  • 11. Headed Patni computer systems Pvt.Ltd., Mumbai.</li></ul>He believed that the only way to pull India out of Poverty is was to create more jobs.<br />Infosys.<br /><ul><li>Started in the year 1981 by seven professional entrepreneurs </li></ul>Infosys was the first company to,<br /><ul><li>Push for offshore software development against Body shopping.
  • 12. To follow the US GAAP disclosure norms before going to NASDAQ listing in 1999.</li></li></ul><li>THE ROAD TO SUCCESS<br /><ul><li>In the early 1980s, Narayan Murthy focused on the world’s most challenging market- the US.
  • 13. 1987-Kurt Salmon Associates and Infosys.
  • 14. 1988-89- Reebok and Digital Equipment.
  • 15. Early 1990s-.Competition with Indian as well as overseas companies
  • 16. 1994- Joint venture with KSA dissolved.
  • 17. 1995- Yantra Corp. Satyam Computers and DCM.
  • 18. 1998- Listing of shares on NASDAQ
  • 19. This was the globalization of the Indian software industry. </li></li></ul><li>NARAYANA MURTHY’S GLOBAL STRATEGY<br /><ul><li> GDM – Global Delivery Model
  • 20. Moving up the Value Chain
  • 21. PSPD
  • 22. Predictability of revenues
  • 23. Sustainability of the predictions
  • 24. Profitability of revenues
  • 25. De-risking</li></li></ul><li>PEOPLE MANAGEMENT<br /><ul><li>All about Managing People i.e. H.R of company.
  • 26. Low employee turn over at Infosys.
  • 27. Rigorous selection process and Proactive HRD practice.</li></ul>INFOSYS’S HRM STRATEGY<br /><ul><li>Get the big picture
  • 28. Develop a Mission Statement or Statement of Intent
  • 29. Conduct a SWOT analysis of the organization
  • 30. Conduct a detailed human resources analysis
  • 31. Determine critical people issues
  • 32. Develop consequences and solutions
  • 33. Implementation and evaluation of the action plans</li></li></ul><li>Training<br />Recruitment<br />HR Policy<br />Performance Management<br />Reward and Recognition<br />IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION<br />Media<br /><ul><li> Electronic Bulletin Boards
  • 34. Chairman’s list</li></li></ul><li>FACILITIES FOR EMPLOYEES<br /><ul><li>Employee training
  • 35. Recreation facilities.
  • 36. Events.
  • 37. Insurance and security facilities.
  • 38. Withinsy
  • 39. Transport facilities.
  • 40. Maternal leaves.
  • 41. Creche facilities.
  • 42. ESOP.
  • 43. Reward system.</li></li></ul><li>Skill-based pay<br />Training<br />Culture<br />Rewards<br />Overtime pay rules in<br />contract<br />Merit pay reinforces performance culture<br />Labor Relations<br />Performance Management<br />Employment<br />Sign-on Bonus<br />Merit Pay<br />Strategic Reward Systems<br />MBAO 6030 Human Resource Management<br />
  • 44. TYPESOF BENEFITS<br /><ul><li>MONETARY
  • 45. Increments
  • 46. Compensation
  • 47. Overtime
  • 48. Performance - pay
  • 49. NON – MONETARY
  • 50. Promotions
  • 51. Housing Facilities
  • 52. Conveyance Facilities
  • 53. Fringe Benefits</li></li></ul><li>EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTION PLAN (ESOP)<br /><ul><li>Highly profitable reward system.
  • 54. Method of generating wealth.
  • 55. Offers emotional and financial ownership to the employees.
  • 56. Performance management tool for attracting and retaining talent.
  • 57. Win loyalty, accountability of employees as their own interest is vested into it.</li></li></ul><li>CORPORATE GOVERNANCE<br />What is corporate governance?<br /><ul><li> includes relationships among the stakeholders and the goals for which the corporation is governed
  • 58. working ethically
  • 59. finding a balance between economic and social goals</li></li></ul><li>CORPORATE GOVERNANCE RATINGS<br /><ul><li>Allocation of power among Board of Directors, management and shareholders.
  • 60. CRISIL GVC Level 1 & ICRA’s CGR 1 rating
  • 61. Transparent shareholding patterns, sound Board practices, interactive decision-making powers, high level of transparency and disclosures. </li></ul>Director Addressing Share Holders.<br />
  • 62. GAAP<br /><ul><li>Combination/set of authoritative standards
  • 63. Commonly accepted ways of recording
  • 64. Reporting accounting information
  • 65. Imposed on companies to report their financial data via financial statements
  • 66. Investors can analyze with minimum consistency </li></li></ul><li>LEADERSHIP TRAINING<br /><ul><li>Institute setup in 2001
  • 67. Head of the institute- Girish Vaidya
  • 68. Objective- to create world class leaders at the forefront of the business
  • 69. Leaders split into 3 tiers
  • 70. Each tier mentored by a tier of senior colleagues
  • 71. Focuses strongly on quality processes and methodologies and enhancing managerial capabilities.
  • 72. Sessions with senior leaders.</li></li></ul><li>REASONS BEHIND THE SUCCESS OF INFOSYS… <br /><ul><li>Employee care
  • 73. Decision making
  • 74. Efficiency and effectiveness
  • 75. Commitment to values and ethics
  • 76. Innovative ideas
  • 77. Leadership</li></li></ul><li>BIBLIOGRAPHY<br /><ul><li>Essentials of Management- Koontz
  • 78. www.infy.com
  • 79. www.indiainfoline.com</li></li></ul><li>Presented By:- Group 1 MBA(HR) 1st year<br />
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