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<ul><li> 1. Akshaya Patra: Unlimited food for education<br />Group -2 , Section-D<br />Amit Kumar1111242<br />Nachiket Gajare1111258<br />NehaJayant1111273<br />RohanDayal 1111289<br />SubashChaitanyaKadyala1111305<br />8/25/2011<br />1<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. AkshayaPatra<br />8/25/2011<br />2<br /> 3. Organizational Overview<br />External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />3<br /> 4. Four issues, One solution:<br />Women Empowerment<br />Malnutrition<br />Education<br />Hunger<br />8/25/2011<br />4<br /> 5. Reach of AkshayaPatra MDM Program<br />8/25/2011<br />5<br /> 6. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />6<br /> 7. External Environment - Elements<br />Boundary Spanning <br />Marketing and Publicity<br />Knowledge sessions to familiarize corporates<br />Transparent financials<br />8/25/2011<br />7<br />Stable + Complex<br /> 8. External Environment - Elements<br /></p> <ul><li>Government </li></ul> <p> 9. 60% revenue as subsidies 10. Vendors 11. For vegetables and other groceries 12. Human Resources 13. Individuals + Corporate heads 14. Corporates 15. Contribute heavily as part of CSR 16.Sponsor vehicles + help spread awareness8/25/2011<br />8<br /> 17. External Environment- Uncertainty<br />NGO with Corporate structure<br />Centralized growth model<br />Formal operational procedures<br />Few departments<br />Cooptation<br />8/25/2011<br />9<br /> 18. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />10<br /> 19. Strategy<br />Porters Competitive Strategy<br />Miles and Snows Strategy Typology<br />8/25/2011<br />11<br /> 20. Innovation<br />8/25/2011<br />12<br /> 21. Innovation In Kitchens<br />Custom designed gravity flow kitchen maximizes operational and cost efficiency<br />8/25/2011<br />13<br /> 22. Innovation - Resource Utilization<br />After the schools get over, kitchens/other infrastructure remain idle for the rest of the day<br />Coming up with new innovative ideas to utilize these resources while the kitchen isnt operational, to generate profits<br />8/25/2011<br />14<br /> 23. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />15<br /> 24. Organizational Leadership - Decision Making Process<br />8/25/2011<br />16<br /> 25. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />17<br /> 26. Structure and Design<br />The organizational structure at Akshaya Patra is functional<br />8/25/2011<br />18<br /> 27. Structure and Design - Functional Groups<br />8/25/2011<br />19<br /> 28. Structure and Design - Hierarchy Chart<br />Organizational Chart: Kitchen<br />Management Hierarchy<br />8/25/2011<br />20<br /> 29. Structure and Design -Manufacturing and Service Technologies<br />Overall Organization<br />Centralized as well as Decentralized<br />Mostly Mechanistic<br />Pooled<br />Interdependence<br />Centralized Kitchen<br />Mass Production <br />For bringing down the cost per meal<br />Mechanistic Structure<br />8/25/2011<br />21<br /> 30. Centralization + Decentralization Model<br />DECENTRALIZED<br />In rural/remote locations requirements (hiring of local people, transportation) , difficult to coordinate at a central level. <br />Structure is decentralized -Local Unit head given sufficient power to makedecisions<br />8/25/2011<br />22<br /> 31. Centralization + Decentralization Model<br />CENTRALIZED <br />Urban areas -centralized structure as it leads to lower costs (Economies of scale)<br />Overall growth model+ finances is centralized<br />8/25/2011<br />23<br /> 32. Structure and Design - Role of IT<br /></p> <ul><li>Operations </li></ul> <p> 33. Fund collection 34. Advertising 35. Knowledge Management 36. Employee Communication 37. Facilitate conversation with top management 38. Sharing of best practices8/25/2011<br />24<br /> 39. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />25<br /> 40. Conflicts, Power and Politics - Conflicts<br />Conflict Resolution<br />8/25/2011<br />26<br /> 41. Conflicts, Power and Politics - Power<br /></p> <ul><li>ISKON and Board of Directors </li></ul> <p> 42. Being the founder and fund sources, it influences activities of AkshayaPatra 43. Government 44. Source of food grains 45. Cash subsidy 46. Donors (Corporates) 47. Source of funds 48. Sponsorship8/25/2011<br />27<br /> 49. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />28<br /> 50. Mission Culture<br />Putting a smile on children's faces<br />Service to others<br />Transparency in fundraising<br />Value based Leadership and Ethics<br />The culture at Akshay Patra is driven by its mission Enabling hunger free education<br />8/25/2011<br />29<br /> 51. External Environment<br />Strategy<br />Organizational Leadership<br />Structure and Design<br />People and Personalities<br />Conflict, Power and Politics<br />Organization Culture<br />Human Resources<br />8/25/2011<br />30<br /> 52. Human Resource - The 5S System of better productivity <br /></p> <ul><li>Reduction in searching time </li></ul> <p> 53. Alignment of employee goals with the organization 54. Results visible to all 55. Improved appearance of facility 56. Better employee morale 57. Organized workplace 58. Creation of space 59. Elimination of wastage 60. Reduction in Errors 61. Less training time 62. Increase in overall performance 63. Less Expenditure on Damages 64. Prudence in purchasing items 8/25/2011<br />31<br /> 65. Human Resources Performance Review Policy<br />7 projects presently going on<br />6 approach used to review performance<br />Monthly reviews at micro level<br />Yearly review at organizational level<br />Monthly induction programs to revisit policies<br />8/25/2011<br />32<br /> 66. Human Resources- Employee Growth<br />8/25/2011<br />33<br /> 67. Human Resource - Incentives<br />Formal announcements about employee performances<br />Internal newsletters with photos circulated through departments about employee work<br />Monetary incentives to employees<br />8/25/2011<br />34<br /> 68. Organization Balanced Scorecard<br />Performance Measure -No. of children fed<br />Resources -Procured at low prices<br />Employee Development -Satisfaction and growth<br />Innovation and Changes -New ideas implemented<br />Productivity -Cost per meal ( 4-6 per child)<br />Organization Cost -Low (12 paise per 1)<br />8/25/2011<br />35<br /> 69. 8/25/2011<br />36<br /> Performance Measure<br /> 70. Organization Size and Life Cycle<br />AkshayaPatra currently employees 5000 people<br />The need for growth for AkshayaPatra is not the Economies of Scale, it is the need to feed hunger<br />Poised to grow to feed 5 million children by 2020<br />8/25/2011<br />37<br /> 71. AkshayaPatra Stages of Development<br />8/25/2011<br />38<br /> 72. Challenges Ahead<br />Manpower<br />Land Grants<br />Steady and Predictable Funding<br />Attrition<br />8/25/2011<br />39<br /> 73. Thank you!<br />8/25/2011<br />40<br /> 74. References<br />Primary References<br />ShridharVenkat (Executive Director)<br />Nagabhushan (Head, HR)<br />Gowri Shankar (Head, Corporate Patnership)<br />Sujatha Ganesh(HR)<br /> 75. References<br />Secondary References<br />http://www.akshayapatra.org/<br />http://www.deshvidesh.com/Current_Issue/Desh-Videsh_June_2011/akshaya-patra.html<br />http://www.businesswireindia.com/PressRelease.asp?b2mid=27828<br />http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/india/article.cfm?articleid=4453<br />http://www.kiruba.com/tv/akshaya-patra-interview/<br />http://www.gvpedia.com/Bangalore/Akshaya-Patra-Top-NPO.aspx<br />http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-the-amazing-success-story-of-akshaya-patra/20110203.htm<br />http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/keyword/akshaya-patra<br />http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2010/07/breakthrough_innovation_school.html<br />Hardward Case Study http://www.akshayapatra.org/sites/default/files/images/harvard_business_school_study.pdf<br />AkshayaPatraAnnual Report http://www.akshayapatra.org/sites/default/files/AkshayaPatra_Annualreport_2010.pdf<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Dpnu868ORg<br /> 76. The USA Chapter<br />8/25/2011<br />43<br /></p>