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Narayan Murthy Leadership

  1. 1. Presented by : Rubina Isidore Roll No: 20110626
  2. 2. • Letter from Narayan Murthy • Biography • Career • At Infosys • Leadership Style • Murthy on Education in India • Links • Conclusion with quotes
  3. 3. • Dear folks, In the recent months, our company has gone through challenging times. However, we should all be optimists. We have overcome tougher and bigger challenges before. But we have much to do. The need of the day is to focus on our employees; take quick, tough and firm decisions; communicate these decisions with clarity and speed; execute these decisions with speed, imagination and excellence; and exceed the expectations of our customers and investors .
  4. 4. • Birth : August 20, 1946, Mysore • Parents : Sri R H Kulkarni and Vimala Kulkarni • Spouse : Mrs. Sudha Murthy • Children : Akshata and Rohan
  5. 5. • Born in a poor but educated family • Father : High School teacher • Interested Subjects : Physics and Maths • College : National Institute of Engineering, Mysore Think Big. Don’t Hesitate to Start Small
  6. 6. • IIM Ahmedabad as chief systems programmer • Company named Softronics. • Patni Computer Systems • Idea of starting Infosys • Independent director on the corporate board of HSBC • Director on the boards of DBS Bank, Unilever, ICICI and NDTV
  7. 7. • Vision : “To be a globally respected corporation that provides best-of-breed business solutions, leveraging technology, delivered by best-in- class people." • Mission : "To achieve our objectives in an environment of fairness, honesty, and courtesy towards our clients, employees, vendors and society at large."
  8. 8. • The doctrines that had assisted Infosys become the well- respected organization and an icon of India‟s Infotech development consisted of – „We wanted build a fortune lawfully and lawfully.‟ „We believe in good evening's rest is value a billion money dollars.‟ „A small percentage of a growing pie is better than a large part of a shrinking pie.‟
  9. 9. • POSITIVE STYLE- Mr. Murthi has a positive style of leadership i.e. a leader promote his follower to work hard by offering them rewards. Mr. Murthi promote his employee as per their ability.He always believe in Honesty and Loyalty.
  10. 10. • PARTICIPATIVE STYLE- Also known as participative style. The authority is decentralized. Case of Mr. Murthy, he founded INFOSYS with 6 other professionals. The decision are taken wholeheartedly. He was the CEO of the company for 21 years, from 1981 to 2002
  11. 11. • “Performance leads to recognition. Recognition brings respect. Respect enhances power. Humility and grace in one‟s moments of power enhances dignity of an organization,” “The real power of money is the power to give it away.” • “Progress is often equal to the difference between mind and mindset.” • “A plausible impossibility is better than a convincing possibility.” • “When in doubt, disclose.”
  12. 12. • Efficient leader who boosts the morals of people • Employee Associations • Hikes in Payment • Increasing investor confidence • Re-appointment to increase the dwindling shares of Infy • Catamaran
  13. 13. • Narayana-Murthy-on-Leadership---Economic-Times-The- Power-of-Ideas[www.savevid.com] (1).3gp
  14. 14. • Routine teaching tasks • Converting men into machines • No focus on innovation and leadership development unlike MIT and Harvard
  15. 15. • Sayaji Ratna Award in 2013 • Philanthropist of the Year 2013 • Chosen as the "Business Process Innovator" by The Economist in 2007 • Padma Vibhushan – 2008 • 12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time by Fortune magazine • Padma Shri – 2000 • Father of Indian IT sector by Time magazine due to his contribution to outsourcing in India
  16. 16. "It's a dream team. I'm leaving it in safe hands," was what N R Narayana Murthy said when he retired from Infosys in 2011. He was referring in particular to K V Kamath his successor in the chairman's position, Kris Gopalakrishnan, the executive co-chairman , and S D Shibulal, CEO & MD.
  17. 17. • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narayan_Murthy • http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-06- 02/news/39691194_1_narayana-murthy-s-d-shibulal-top- management • http://www.infosys.com/about/management- profiles/Pages/narayana-murthy.aspx • http://www.narayanamurthy.in/as-a-leader.htm • Book : How I Taught my Grandmother to Read & Other Stories – Sudha Murthy

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