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Senior General Manager and Head of Plant Quality for the Automotive Division

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

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Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Gateway Building Apollo Bunder

Mumbai, Maharashtra 400 001

India

Company Description

The Mahindra Group focuses on enabling people to rise through solutions that power mobility, drive rural prosperity, enhance urban lifestyles and increase business efficiency. A USD 17.8 billion multinational group based in Mumbai, India, Mahindra provi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Operating Officer

Vodafone Ltd

Affiliations

Chairman
The Chopras

Board Member
Conexus Mobile Alliance

Education

Delhi University

Mayo college

Web References (190 Total References)


Mahindra Newsletter

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Mr. Naveen Chopra has joined the Auto Sector as General Manager , Plant Quality, Nashik Plant.He holds a B.E. in Production and a post-graduate diploma in Management and has 16 years of experience with organizations such as Honda Siel Cars, Eicher Good Earth Ltd. and Tata Motors Ltd.He was also with M&M's Farm Equipment Sector.He has knowledge of diverse auto products and has experience in fields such as new product development, quality assurance and supplier development.


Mahindra and Ross School Global Program for Management Development (GPMD): Building a Culture of Co-Creation | splmahindrapub | Co-Creation

www.venkatramaswamy.com [cached]

Naveen Chopra

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Naveen Chopra | Mahendra Bhamare | Manish Saluja | Allen Sequeira | Pawan Goenka | Himanshu Gupta | Nachiket Kodkani | H. D. Aher | Sanjay Patel | Dilip Yewale
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In August 2010, Naveen Chopra, then senior general manager and head of Plant Quality for the Automotive Division of Mahindra, one of India's largest vehicle manufacturers, attended a seminar on the topic of the co-creation paradigm of value creation conducted by Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, Ross School of Business.
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Co-creation emphasizes the need for creative collaboration and enhanced communication and co-ordination among stakeholders, and Chopra was constantly striving to improve precisely these practices across the five operating sites of Mahindra's Automotive Division, a subsidiary of the conglomerate Mahindra Group.
Naveen decided to experiment with co-creation thinking by applying its principles first in the quality function. Central to co-creation thinking is engaging external and internal stakeholders-including customers, employees, suppliers and dealers--to create value together through platforms of engagements and environments of interactions, purposefully designed and configured to address the interests and needs of participating individuals.
At the outset, implementing co-creation thinking often requires getting people to see "what's different" about the co-creation view, so in September 2010, Naveen drafted a short presentation on co-creation thinking in the quality function, sharing it initially with his immediate colleagues and then with his wider quality team across the five plants.
As Naveen explains:
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Naveen was lucky to have support, but he was also captivated and persistent.
As Head of Quality, he was already collaborating with multiple functions of the business, such as manufacturing, marketing and customer service, in a quest to enhance and enrich the company's quality culture:
He himself began to engage employees as stakeholders in internal experience sharing sessions:
Simultaneously, Naveen started to tackle the practicalities of communicating co-creation thinking more widely, together with a core team (Mahendra Bhamare, Manish Saluja, Himanshu Gupta and Sanjay Patel) representing different functions-including dealer channel, training, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
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Says Naveen: "Using traditional classroom training methods, this would have taken us ten years."
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This workshop was kicked off jointly by Naveen Chopra and Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, with several people beyond the core team taking the lead in conducting sessions.
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In the meantime, Mahindra's first co-creation champion, Naveen Chopra, is already expanding his part.


leadership_development | splmahindraprv | Co-Creation

www.venkatramaswamy.com [cached]

Naveen Chopra

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Naveen Chopra | Mahendra Bhamare | Manish Saluja | Allen Sequeira | Pawan Goenka | Himanshu Gupta | Nachiket Kodkani | H. D. Aher | Sanjay Patel | Dilip Yewale
...
In August 2010, Naveen Chopra, then senior general manager and head of Plant Quality for the Automotive Division of Mahindra, one of India's largest vehicle manufacturers, attended a seminar on the topic of the co-creation paradigm of value creation conducted by Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, Ross School of Business.
...
Co-creation emphasizes the need for creative collaboration and enhanced communication and co-ordination among stakeholders, and Chopra was constantly striving to improve precisely these practices across the five operating sites of Mahindra's Automotive Division, a subsidiary of the conglomerate Mahindra Group.
Naveen decided to experiment with co-creation thinking by applying its principles first in the quality function. Central to co-creation thinking is engaging external and internal stakeholders-including customers, employees, suppliers and dealers--to create value together through platforms of engagements and environments of interactions, purposefully designed and configured to address the interests and needs of participating individuals.
At the outset, implementing co-creation thinking often requires getting people to see "what's different" about the co-creation view, so in September 2010, Naveen drafted a short presentation on co-creation thinking in the quality function, sharing it initially with his immediate colleagues and then with his wider quality team across the five plants.
As Naveen explains:
...
Naveen was lucky to have support, but he was also captivated and persistent.
As Head of Quality, he was already collaborating with multiple functions of the business, such as manufacturing, marketing and customer service, in a quest to enhance and enrich the company's quality culture:
He himself began to engage employees as stakeholders in internal experience sharing sessions:
Simultaneously, Naveen started to tackle the practicalities of communicating co-creation thinking more widely, together with a core team (Mahendra Bhamare, Manish Saluja, Himanshu Gupta and Sanjay Patel) representing different functions-including dealer channel, training, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
...
Says Naveen: "Using traditional classroom training methods, this would have taken us ten years."
...
This workshop was kicked off jointly by Naveen Chopra and Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, with several people beyond the core team taking the lead in conducting sessions.
...
In the meantime, Mahindra's first co-creation champion, Naveen Chopra, is already expanding his part.
...
Naveen Chopra
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Naveen Chopra on GPMD 2011:


splmahindrapub | Co-Creation

www.venkatramaswamy.com [cached]

Naveen Chopra

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Naveen Chopra | Mahendra Bhamare | Manish Saluja | Allen Sequeira | Pawan Goenka | Himanshu Gupta | Nachiket Kodkani | H. D. Aher | Sanjay Patel | Dilip Yewale
...
In August 2010, Naveen Chopra, then senior general manager and head of Plant Quality for the Automotive Division of Mahindra, one of India's largest vehicle manufacturers, attended a seminar on the topic of the co-creation paradigm of value creation conducted by Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, Ross School of Business.
...
Co-creation emphasizes the need for creative collaboration and enhanced communication and co-ordination among stakeholders, and Chopra was constantly striving to improve precisely these practices across the five operating sites of Mahindra's Automotive Division, a subsidiary of the conglomerate Mahindra Group.
Naveen decided to experiment with co-creation thinking by applying its principles first in the quality function. Central to co-creation thinking is engaging external and internal stakeholders-including customers, employees, suppliers and dealers--to create value together through platforms of engagements and environments of interactions, purposefully designed and configured to address the interests and needs of participating individuals.
At the outset, implementing co-creation thinking often requires getting people to see "what's different" about the co-creation view, so in September 2010, Naveen drafted a short presentation on co-creation thinking in the quality function, sharing it initially with his immediate colleagues and then with his wider quality team across the five plants.
As Naveen explains:
...
Naveen was lucky to have support, but he was also captivated and persistent.
As Head of Quality, he was already collaborating with multiple functions of the business, such as manufacturing, marketing and customer service, in a quest to enhance and enrich the company's quality culture:
He himself began to engage employees as stakeholders in internal experience sharing sessions:
Simultaneously, Naveen started to tackle the practicalities of communicating co-creation thinking more widely, together with a core team (Mahendra Bhamare, Manish Saluja, Himanshu Gupta and Sanjay Patel) representing different functions-including dealer channel, training, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
...
Says Naveen: "Using traditional classroom training methods, this would have taken us ten years."
...
This workshop was kicked off jointly by Naveen Chopra and Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, with several people beyond the core team taking the lead in conducting sessions.
...
In the meantime, Mahindra's first co-creation champion, Naveen Chopra, is already expanding his part.
...
Naveen Chopra
...
Naveen Chopra
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Naveen Chopra on GPMD 2011:
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H. D. Aher | Naveen Chopra
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Naveen Chopra State Bank of India:
Local School, Nashik:
Naveen Chopra's reflections on Societal Ecosystem Transformation:
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Naveen Chopra
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Naveen Chopra on his new role in R&D (Vehicle) Engineering:


splmahindrapub

www.venkatramaswamy.com [cached]

Naveen Chopra

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Naveen Chopra | Mahendra Bhamare | Manish Saluja | Allen Sequeira | Pawan Goenka | Himanshu Gupta | Nachiket Kodkani | H. D. Aher | Sanjay Patel | Dilip Yewale
...
In August 2010, Naveen Chopra, then senior general manager and head of Plant Quality for the Automotive Division of Mahindra, one of India's largest vehicle manufacturers, attended a seminar on the topic of the co-creation paradigm of value creation conducted by Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, Ross School of Business.
...
Co-creation emphasizes the need for creative collaboration and enhanced communication and co-ordination among stakeholders, and Chopra was constantly striving to improve precisely these practices across the five operating sites of Mahindra's Automotive Division, a subsidiary of the conglomerate Mahindra Group.
Naveen decided to experiment with co-creation thinking by applying its principles first in the quality function. Central to co-creation thinking is engaging external and internal stakeholders-including customers, employees, suppliers and dealers--to create value together through platforms of engagements and environments of interactions, purposefully designed and configured to address the interests and needs of participating individuals.
At the outset, implementing co-creation thinking often requires getting people to see "what's different" about the co-creation view, so in September 2010, Naveen drafted a short presentation on co-creation thinking in the quality function, sharing it initially with his immediate colleagues and then with his wider quality team across the five plants.
As Naveen explains:
...
Naveen was lucky to have support, but he was also captivated and persistent.
As Head of Quality, he was already collaborating with multiple functions of the business, such as manufacturing, marketing and customer service, in a quest to enhance and enrich the company's quality culture:
He himself began to engage employees as stakeholders in internal experience sharing sessions:
Simultaneously, Naveen started to tackle the practicalities of communicating co-creation thinking more widely, together with a core team (Mahendra Bhamare, Manish Saluja, Himanshu Gupta and Sanjay Patel) representing different functions-including dealer channel, training, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
...
Says Naveen: "Using traditional classroom training methods, this would have taken us ten years."
...
This workshop was kicked off jointly by Naveen Chopra and Prof. Venkat Ramaswamy, with several people beyond the core team taking the lead in conducting sessions.
...
In the meantime, Mahindra's first co-creation champion, Naveen Chopra, is already expanding his part.
...
Naveen Chopra
...
Naveen Chopra on GPMD 2011:

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