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Training policy tata motors

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The basic employee training policy of TATA Motors Ltd.

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Training policy tata motors

  1. 1. ContentsContents • Company OverviewCompany Overview • Personal Training for Professionals.Personal Training for Professionals. • TATA Management Training CenterTATA Management Training Center • ObjectivesObjectives • Major practiceMajor practice • Leadership development programsLeadership development programs • E-learning programsE-learning programs • Training ModuleTraining Module
  2. 2. TrainingTraining Trainingis theformal andTrainingis theformal and systematic modificationofsystematic modificationof behaviorthroughlearningwhichbehaviorthroughlearningwhich occurs as aresult of education,occurs as aresult of education, instruction, development andinstruction, development and plannedexperience.plannedexperience.
  3. 3. Training is given on four basicTraining is given on four basic grounds:grounds: • New candidates whojoinanorganizationNew candidates whojoinanorganization • Theexistingemployees aretrainedtorefreshandTheexistingemployees aretrainedtorefreshand enhancetheirknowledgeenhancetheirknowledge • If anyupdates takeplaceintechnology, trainingisIf anyupdates takeplaceintechnology, trainingis giventocopeupwiththosechangesgiventocopeupwiththosechanges • WhenpromotionandcareergrowthbecomesWhenpromotionandcareergrowthbecomes importantimportant
  4. 4. Company overviewCompany overview • India’s largest business groupIndia’s largest business group • Diverse businesses in 7 sectorsDiverse businesses in 7 sectors • Operations in over 80 countriesOperations in over 80 countries • Products and services exported to 85Products and services exported to 85 countriescountries • Largest employer in private sector overLargest employer in private sector over 450,000 employees450,000 employees • Group revenue for year: 2011-12 $100.09Group revenue for year: 2011-12 $100.09 billion (around Rs475,721 crore)billion (around Rs475,721 crore)
  5. 5. personal Training forpersonal Training for professionalsprofessionals The Tata group's commitment toThe Tata group's commitment to enhance the knowledge andenhance the knowledge and leadership quotient of its peopleleadership quotient of its people has resulted in the establishmenthas resulted in the establishment of various Development andof various Development and Training Programs such asTraining Programs such as TASTAS andand TMTCTMTC..
  6. 6. TaTa managemenTTaTa managemenT Training CenTreTraining CenTre -Set up by JRDTata in 1959 with the mission of-Set up by JRDTata in 1959 with the mission of creating and grooming leaders forthe future.creating and grooming leaders forthe future. -It aims to provide training to high performers-It aims to provide training to high performers within the group and act as a catalyst of changewithin the group and act as a catalyst of change forTata executives.forTata executives.
  7. 7. objeCTivesobjeCTives • Improvement of organizational performanceImprovement of organizational performance • Facilitation of attitudinal and behavioralFacilitation of attitudinal and behavioral changeschanges • Facilitation of solutions for organizationalFacilitation of solutions for organizational issuesissues • Development of learning organizationsDevelopment of learning organizations • Training methodologyTraining methodology
  8. 8. o Offering around 250 programs a year, conducted by inOffering around 250 programs a year, conducted by in house senior faculty from academics and business,house senior faculty from academics and business, supported by experts from the best of Indian andsupported by experts from the best of Indian and international B schools.international B schools. o It uses over 120 external faculty, from the world’sIt uses over 120 external faculty, from the world’s premier institutions and universities, including IIMs,premier institutions and universities, including IIMs, Harvard, Michigan, Wharton, Kellogg, NUS and CentreHarvard, Michigan, Wharton, Kellogg, NUS and Centre for Creative Leadership.for Creative Leadership. o TMTC started its e-learning programs in 2009.EveryTMTC started its e-learning programs in 2009.Every year, more than 4000 Tata Managers and Leaders goyear, more than 4000 Tata Managers and Leaders go through the training programs.through the training programs.
  9. 9. Major PracticesMajor Practices  Finance, EthicsFinance, Ethics  Leadership and OrganizationLeadership and Organization  Markets and CustomersMarkets and Customers  Strategy and InnovationStrategy and Innovation
  10. 10. LeadershiP deveLoPMentLeadershiP deveLoPMent PrograMsPrograMs  Tata Group Strategic Leadership seminarTata Group Strategic Leadership seminar  Tata Group Executive Leadership seminarTata Group Executive Leadership seminar  Tata Group e-Merging Leaders seminarTata Group e-Merging Leaders seminar e-Learning PrograMse-Learning PrograMs  Live e-classroomLive e-classroom  Live video broadcast andLive video broadcast and  Self-paced e-learning programsSelf-paced e-learning programs
  11. 11. training ModuLetraining ModuLe • The training module consists of four cross-functional,The training module consists of four cross-functional, cross-business and cross-located assignments.cross-business and cross-located assignments. --These include three business shifts of 15 weeks--These include three business shifts of 15 weeks duration in sales and marketing, manufacturing andduration in sales and marketing, manufacturing and operations, corporate strategy, finance and humanoperations, corporate strategy, finance and human resources.resources. • A seven-week rural assignment exposes the trainees toA seven-week rural assignment exposes the trainees to community work and rural India, helping instill in themcommunity work and rural India, helping instill in them a true picture of the life of ordinary Indians.a true picture of the life of ordinary Indians.
  12. 12. Training ModulesTraining Modules • Another facet of the module is the mentorship program for TASAnother facet of the module is the mentorship program for TAS managers placed within group companies. This was initiated tomanagers placed within group companies. This was initiated to create a platform for the personal and professional developmentcreate a platform for the personal and professional development of TAS managers post placement. Additionally, TAS managers areof TAS managers post placement. Additionally, TAS managers are then taken through a development plan that lasts five years.then taken through a development plan that lasts five years. • The program's one-year training module, renamed 'groupThe program's one-year training module, renamed 'group orientation and learning' (GOAL), emphasizes on structuredorientation and learning' (GOAL), emphasizes on structured orientation through classroom inputs and field visits. It buildsorientation through classroom inputs and field visits. It builds TAS trainees' perspective on the seven core sectors of the TataTAS trainees' perspective on the seven core sectors of the Tata group, its current and future challenges, and its drive to become agroup, its current and future challenges, and its drive to become a truly global organization.truly global organization.

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