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  1. 1. Presented by- MOHD TABREZ KHAN First Year Roll no.-13 MBAW-08 START
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION HISTORY BUSINESS OVERVIEW HR PRCTICES HR STRATEGY •Established on April 4, 1975 . •American public multinational corporation . •headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA .
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION HISTORY BUSINESS OVERVIEW HR PRCTICES HR STRATEGY 4 April 1975: The beginning 1995–2005: Internet and the 32-bit era 1984–1994: Windows and Office 2006 on: Vista and Cloud computing 1995–2005: Internet and the 32-bit era
  5. 5. 4 APRIL 1975: BACK  Paul Allen and Bill Gates, childhood friends with a passion in computer programming, were seeking to make a successful business utilizing their shared skills.  They developed the interpreter on a simulator  They demonstrated the interpreter to MITS in Albuquerque, New Mexico in March 1975  They officially established Microsoft on April 4, 1975, with Gates as the CEO
  6. 6. BACK 1984–1994: Windows and Office  Started developing a new OS with IBM in 1984  Released a graphical extension for MS-DOS - Microsoft Windows.  Moved its headquarters to Redmond on February 26, 1986.  March 13 the company went public. Microsoft introduced its office suite, Microsoft Office, in 1990.
  7. 7. BACK 1995–2005: Internet and the 32-bit era  On May 26, 1995 Microsoft expanded its product line into computer networking and the World Wide Web.  Released Windows 95 on August 24, 1995. Bill Gates handed over the CEO position on January 13, 2000 to Steve Ballmer and took role as Chief Software Architect.
  8. 8. 2006 on: Vista and Cloud computing  The next version of Windows – WINDOWS VISTA - Released in January 2007.  Bill Gates retired from his role as Chief Software Architect on June 27, 2008. On February 12, 2009, Microsoft opened the first retail chain of Microsoft-branded retail stores in Scottsdale, Arizona. The same day the first store opened Windows 7 was officially released to the public. BACK
  9. 9. 2009: Windows 7 introduces Windows Touch  The next version of Windows – WINDOWS 7- Released on 22 Oct 2009.  It has features like- speed, compatibility, lower hardware requirements, etc  Second highest successful operating system after windows XP  Strength :-Compatible with most hardware, especially with the latest kit, fast and stable O/S, good security built in, quite easy & quick to install, has both 32bit & 64bit editions, best windows edition to date.  WEAKNESSES:- Bulky on the HD , Expensive
  10. 10. 2012: Windows 8 features apps and tiles  The latest version of Windows- WINDOWS 8 released on 26 Oct 2012.  Has features like- Innovative & Dynamic Desktop, Speedy Boot Time, Improved search function, Improved Search Function, Windows Live Syncing, and much more.  Strength:- Optimized for the touch screen, Support the ARM chip Boot time is short, Windows 8 does not require a PC upgrade, Windows Store app store, Supports NFC (Near Field Communications).  weakness:- Overlapping Metro UI and Aero UI, There is no option to turn tiles into icons, Metro multitasking, Flash content on the Tablet PC (to save battery and protect tablet). Nowadays windows 8 has upgraded into windows 8.1
  11. 11. INTRODUCTION HISTORY BUSINESS OVERVIEW HR PRCTICES HR STRATEGY Their production includes operating system includes office productivity suite – MS Office, business applications software, games, and software for mobile phones and handheld devices.
  12. 12. Strengths: Flexible workforce Multinational corporation operating through regional subsidiaries to minimize cultural differences in more than 60 countries Software products have high name recognition Revenues and profits rising at 30% a year Windows 95, 98, 2000 series, and Windows NT Opportunities: Cheaper global telecommunication costs open new markets as people connect to the Internet. The demand for personal computers in American and global markets remains strong despite the growth and increasing popularity of personal handheld devices.
  13. 13. Weaknesses:  Microsoft leadership failed to correctly anticipate the growth or popularity of the Internet Not a key player in the Internet space, wireless market and few products for Internet applications Falling sales in the operating systems and server software sectors Dependency on hardware manufacturers to pre-install Microsoft's PC operating system
  14. 14. Rapid development of mobile devices Technology life cycle is shorter and shorter Software piracy Threats: Apple and Linux threaten Microsoft's 88% market share of the desktop operating market Currency exchange rates affect demand for application/operation software and hardware Hardware manufacturers are issuing their own pre-bundled programs on their own hardware
  15. 15. INTRODUCTION HISTORY BUSINESS OVERVIEW HR PRCTICES HR STRATEGY Recruitment and Selection. Training and Development. Compensation and Benefits.. Performance Management. Women's Empowerment. Work-Life Balance.
  16. 16. Recruitment and Selection. Microsoft recruits both fresh graduates from academic campuses and experienced professionals in the IT industry. For campus recruitments, the selection process included written tests and several rounds of personal interviews... BACK
  17. 17. Training and Development BACK For trainees, Microsoft conducts a training program named Leap Engineer Acceleration Program (LEAP) which imparts technical and personal skills required to carry out the job. Microsoft have both in-class and e-learning programs. wide range of training programs includes: • Software skill training (presentation, communication, • Language training • Product training • Leadership development program
  18. 18. Compensation and Benefits BACK Include all signing and year-end bonuses, vacation time and other perks and reimbursements that make up total compensation. Microsoft provides offered compensation packages on or higher than the industry standards based on the technical skills and experience of the candidates. Employee benefits are standardized across employees.
  19. 19. Performance Management. BACK Microsoft follows a candidate process while evaluating the performance of employees and regarding their compensation packages. The process is transparent so as to enable employees to identify their performance levels and have a clear idea of what is required in terms of performance in order to reach to the next level.
  20. 20. Work-Life Balance BACK Flexible work arrangements. Grocery service . Fitness benefits. Dry cleaning and laundry service . Employee development course. In 2007, Microsoft launched a program called 'Bring Your Child To Work‘ in a move to improve work-life balance among its employees...
  21. 21. INTRODUCTION HISTORY BUSINESS OVERVIEW HR PRCTICES HR STRATEGY Microsoft Corporation has adopted the “Performance Culture Model`` as the best approach to drive its success. The critical people metrics are categorized and measured as per the Growth Pyramid shown in Figure. Categories across which the surveys are done, analyzed, and the results published- 1. Organization: Organization size, Open Positions, line HR ratios. 2. Organization Health: Workgroup Health Index, Microsoft Pulse Index, Microsoft Culture Index.