“A New Horizon-RSP’s path to prosperity”-
the latest communication initiative of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) was launched
at the HRD Centre on 3rd April 2017.
Mr. Ashwini Kumar, CEO inaugurated the
first workshop and also released a booklet to mark the occasion. Mr. P. K.
Pradhan, ED(P&A), Mr. Subhendra Das, ED(Works) and Mr. Paramanada Sahoo, ED
(Materials Management) were also present on the dais.
In his address, Mr. Ashwini Kumar,
emphasised that there is no end to improvement and whatever progress one may
make there is always a scope for further bettering it. Reiterating his
conviction that nothing can replace the commitment and passion of people, the
CEO said, “My people are the most hardworking and most competent in the
industry. By simply bridging the communication gaps among them through
initiatives like Shikhar ki Or, Anubhab and Project Vishwakarma, we have
achieved the best ever performance. The team effort and high moral of the RSP
employees is reflected in the output of the Plant in 2016-17.” Citing the
various commendable performances of different Plant units, Mr. Kumar stressed
on putting quality systems in place. Exhorting the RSP collective to focus on
improving the bottomline of the Plant, Mr. Kumar said that every employee
should ask oneself how he or she can contribute to bring back the Plant on the
path of prosperity.
Earlier Mr. P. K. Pradhan, in his address
said that all the employees of RSP will be covered under this initiative so
that everyone can be involved in the path to prosperity.
Mr. Subhendra Das, spoke about
the need for a greater connect amongst people and units in the
process of achieving the business objectives and said that every employee
should identify with the end result of the Plant. Stressing that time is of
greatest essence Mr. Das urged all to have a positive mindset and a
commitment towards achieving greater synergy.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sahoo said
that the goals given to the Plant for the current fiscal are tough but not
unattainable. He underscored the importance of reorienting mindsets to achieve
the stretched goals.
Dr. Sumit Datta, GM (HRD) welcomed
the gathering and spoke about the importance of revamping the HR
strategies with the change in the environment.
Presentations were made on the themes
‘Cost & Finance’, ‘Customer Satisfaction’ and ‘Quality and techno
Economics’ by Mr. S.K.Nayak, DGM (F&A), Mr. P.K.Das, SRM-CMO and Mr.
A.Sengupta, GM(Quality) respectively in which various aspects of functioning of
the plant were discussed threadbare. Mr. K.K.Jaiswal, Manager (HRD) coordinated