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Jamshedpur : Tata Steel has been conferred the prestigious Indian ‘Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises’ (MAKE) Award 2013 at CII’s ‘Knowledge Summit 2014’ ceremony held in Bangalore on Feb 21. The Indian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) award aims to recognize organizations (founded and headquartered in India) for their ability to create shareholder value by transforming new as well as existing enterprise knowledge into superior products/ services/ solutions.
Shreekant Mokashi, chief, group information services, Tata Steel, and Rabindra Kumar, head, knowledge management (KM), Tata Steel received the award on behalf of the Tata Steel from Mr Ganesh Natrajan, Vice Chairman & CEO, Zensar Technologies Ltd. A panel of India-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized knowledge management/ innovation/ intellectual capital experts selected the winners. The expert panel rated organizations against the MAKE framework of eight key knowledge performance dimensions.
On receiving the recognition, Anand Sen, president, TQM & steel business, Tata Steel said, ‘It’s a matter of joy and pride to receive the Indian MAKE award 2013. This will surely motivate our KM fraternity in Tata Steel to work with new vigor and energy.
Tata Steel has always believed in the importance of effective utilization of Human Capital through a culture of learning and sharing. With green field project KPO in sight, I have a strong feeling that our Knowledge Management can be instrumental in enabling unified code of improvement practices across the organisation.’