Authors : Dr. Badana Chandra Sekhara Naidu

Total Productive Management
  • ISBN: 9788183716093
  • Rs: 410.00 Sold Out

    Please click the View table of contents

    Table of contents

    ·        Scope

    ·        Methodology

    ·        Self improvement

    ·        Origin of TPM

    ·        Comparison of TQM, SIX-SIGMAand TPM

    ·        Effective management

    ·        Indian institute of TPM

    ·        Examples

    ·        Transformation

    ·        Transformation of an Indianmunicipal corporation

    ·        Karma theory

    ·        Barriers

    ·        Concepts of stocks

    ·        Proactive approach

    ·        Work teaches

    ·        Data power

    ·        Every problems in small at thebeginning

    ·        Management gap

    ·        Structured TPM program

    ·        TPM master plan

    ·        Autonomous maintenance

    ·        How to use TPM in home

    ·        How to use TPM in everysituation by all

Tab Article

Dr.Badana Chandra Sekhara Naidu was born in AndhraPradesh. Studied B.Tech (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the IndianInstitute of Technology, Kharagapur and M.Tech in Industrial Engineering fromthe same Institute. He worked initially for four years with Birla Group andlater with the Tata Group for twenty years in various assignments. He was sentto West Germany for one year to study the various German Organizations by theGovernment of India. Tatas also have sent him to various countries. He was thefounder president of Surat Management Association (SMA) and SMA was awardedfour times the Best Management Association during his tenure as president. TheWorld University Roundtable, Arizona, USA, awarded him cultural doctorate inHuman Resources Management.

He has been awarded Jewel of India by theInternational Institute of Education & Management for outstandingachievements in the chosen field of activity, Vikas Rattan Awarded by theIndian International Friendship Society for enriching human life andoutstanding attainments and Life Time Achievements Awarded by the National& International Compendium for his outstanding Achievements in chosen fieldof activity.

He was associated in implementing TPM inSurat District Milk Producing Co-Operative Union Ltd, Surat, Lupin Ltd,Ankleswar, Lupin Ltd, Mandideep, Lupin Ltd, Tapaur, Glenmark pharma Ltd, Nasik,Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd, Dewas, Unichem Laboratories Ltd, Baddi, Aurobindopharmaceuticals Ltd, Hyderabad, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd, Hyderabad,Reliance Industries Ltd, Hazira to name a few.

We at Sumul Dairy in association with theAuthor tried to change the paradigm of our people & could witness Transformationof our people at minimum effort using TPM. The concept WorkTeachers has been explained nicely. The examples of Bhagwad Gita &Ramayana connected to TPM has been thoroughly presented. This book will helpmanagers to seriously think about achieving results through people.

                                                P.R.Patel, Managing Director, SUMUL Dairy, Surat – 395 008

Dr. Naidu has really simplified the conceptof TPM in the Book. I am sure it will motivate many organizations to explorethe technique of TPM. A very motivating account of TPM from some one who livesTPM.

                                                                Vilas S. Satpute, Vice President,Lupin Ltd, Mandideep, M.P.

We at Glenmark pharmaceuticals Ltd, NasikPlant saw the results in implementing TPM with the guidance of the author. Theunutilized capabilities due to barriers are a huge loss to the organization.The author in implementing TPM and in this book has highlighted the veryimportant fact. I strongly encourage all levels of management to read thiscompelling book, whether they are striving for excellence or struggling tosurvive.

A.C. Sukhtankar, Sr. VicePresident (Operations),

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Mumbai – 400 026