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CASE STUDY ON VALUES IN TEL CO - September 6th, 2010

TELCO :

The author Sarosh J. Ghandy shares his thoughts and his experience on the value system prevailing in the TELCO.


He starts with the most important value of the organization which is the trust and the belief which the Tata leaders have held in their men.


They believe the best can be achieved only through this mode.


Here the author presents an encounter where J. R. D. Tata confers full trust on Mr. Charles Perin, a geological surveyer.


J. R. D. Tata entrusted full responsibility of site selection of steel plant on Mr. Perin. This was the trust J. R. D. Tata held on Mr. Perin thus reflecting the value system of the organization.


And thus the leaders at Tata allow their men to act on their own and thus providing them immense opportunities to become leaders and thus give scope to their creative impulses.


One of the values that Tata's have inculcated among their men is that of environmental protection. They have constantly adopted villages for the purpose and thus staying with the commitment of social responsibility.


Tata's also encouraged workshops to help their men search for their own values as well as help them augment their knowledge about the value system of Tatas.


Thus the values of the organization and the values of the individuals were homogenized.


After the program the employees were surveyed and the values were ranked according to the significance the employee attach to them.



Those values were:

1. Growth

2. Commitment to productivity

3. Development of personnel

4. Corporate ethics

5. Customer affection

6. Environment development



And thus it can be said that world class modernization, high sales turnover is supported by a strong value system. Therefore rightly said in the words of Robert D. Hass of Levi Strauss,



"Values provide a common language for aligning a company's leadership and its people."
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TELCO :

The author Sarosh J. Ghandy shares his thoughts and his experience on the value system prevailing in the TELCO.


He starts with the most important value of the organization which is the trust and the belief which the Tata leaders have held in their men.


They believe the best can be achieved only through this mode.


Here the author presents an encounter where J. R. D. Tata confers full trust on Mr. Charles Perin, a geological surveyer.


J. R. D. Tata entrusted full responsibility of site selection of steel plant on Mr. Perin. This was the trust J. R. D. Tata held on Mr. Perin thus reflecting the value system of the organization.


And thus the leaders at Tata allow their men to act on their own and thus providing them immense opportunities to become leaders and thus give scope to their creative impulses.


One of the values that Tata's have inculcated among their men is that of environmental protection. They have constantly adopted villages for the purpose and thus staying with the commitment of social responsibility.


Tata's also encouraged workshops to help their men search for their own values as well as help them augment their knowledge about the value system of Tatas.


Thus the values of the organization and the values of the individuals were homogenized.


After the program the employees were surveyed and the values were ranked according to the significance the employee attach to them.



Those values were:

1. Growth

2. Commitment to productivity

3. Development of personnel

4. Corporate ethics

5. Customer affection

6. Environment development



And thus it can be said that world class modernization, high sales turnover is supported by a strong value system. Therefore rightly said in the words of Robert D. Hass of Levi Strauss,



"Values provide a common language for aligning a company's leadership and its people."
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