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Honeywell Turbo India recognized for its people management practices Print E-mail
Written by Rajeev   
Thursday, 23 July 2009
Pune: Automotive Turbocharger Manufacturer, Honeywell Turbo Technologies, a business group of Honeywell International (NYSE: HON) has received the Steel Authority of India (SAIL) Awards for HR Excellence 2009.

"People are our biggest differentiators. The success of any of our businesses is dependent on the talent and skill of our people," said N. P. Thimmaiah, Managing Director, Honeywell Turbo India based in Pune.

N. P. Thimmaiah accepted the award on behalf of Honeywell at a special ceremony chaired by Virbhadra Singh, Honorable Union Minister for Steel.

The parameters considered in awarding Honeywell were HR strategy, competency mapping, recruitment, induction, integration, performance management, training, organization learning and development, team building, value assimilation, job rotation, among others.

The jury for the SAIL award included Dr. V. Krishnamurthy, Chairman, National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) and a member of the National Advisory Council; Mr. Sam Pitroda, Chairman, National Knowledge Commission, India; S.K. Roongta, Chairman of Steel Authority of India Ltd; and Prof. William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., Professor of Human Resource Development at The Pennsylvania State University.

“This was the perfect opportunity for us to have a revisit our people management processes and assess their relevance and effectiveness. The program helped validate that our processes were on track. We are grateful to the Steel Authority of India and IIM - Ahmadabad for initiating this award,” Thimmaiah said.

The award, instituted by SAIL and the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad (IIM-A), recognizes ground-breaking contributions in the field of people management processes in the Indian manufacturing sector. The focus of the 2009 SAIL award is to recognize organizations that effectively manage talent through outstanding, innovative and cost effective practices that contribute to the intellectual capital or other forms of capital formation of the organization, society or nation.

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