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1.Moment of Truth!

Author is discussing about how organisations are using 360° feedback to groom their managers and create an open working culture. According to him Constructive feedback is the key to development. 360° is a feedback mechanism where superiors, peers, subordinates and internal customers observe the behaviour of a manager and give their feedback. Expectedly, most managers aren’t comfortable being rated by their subordinates. A wellrounded objective feedback improves communication, dissolves conflicts, builds teams, and creates an open working culture. Customer feedback leads to improvement in the responsiveness, speed, quality and reliability of internal customer service in the organisation. Some other prominent organisations that use it as a developmental tool include Wipro, lTC, Motorola, Smith Kline Beecham, Nokia, Shell (India), Philips, HCL and Star TV.


2.PlumbexIndia 2010 to be organised in Mumbai

PlumbexIndia 2010, a platform for the plumbing fraternity to interact with international technology and service providers, will be organised in Mumbai from February 05-07, 2010. The exhibition will be divided into four sub-sections, beautiful bathrooms, piping solutions, building technologies and water management for displaying of various products.


3.Japan to build roads for India along Indo-China border

Japan has received the contract to build strategic roads on Indo-China border. India agreed, in a recent meeting


4.The Indonesian Government plans to offer 43 infra projects to private investors next year

History reveals that the relationship between India and Indonesia dates back to first century AD when Indian traders were the first to arrive in Indonesia. Through the years, the trade and cultural links have continued with the potential for mutually


5.Damage Control

A computer hardware and software supplier entered into an agreement with an electrical contractor to provide electrical works and for supply and installation of DG (diesel-generator) sets at its new office premises in Haryana.


6.Chhattisgarh plans road works worth Rs 170 cr in naxal areas

Chhattisgarh Government has planned an outlay of Rs 170 crore to build roads in the naxal-affected areas of Bastar region.


7.The Sheltering Tree

MA Baraiya, Senior Vice-President - HR & Administration, Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd, tells us about the company's HR philosophy and approach.


8.BRO to construct strategic roads

Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has been entrusted with the construction of two strategic roads namely track junction - Bheem Base - Dokala for a length of 13.48 km.


9.Employee Engagement

Gurjeet Singh Johar, Chairman, C&C Constructions Ltd, shares his company's HR policies.


10.Steering Growth

Jitu Mistry, Manager - Corporate HR, Rajoo Engineers, writes on fostering healthy and humane relationships in a corporate environment.