We will be bold and agile, courageously taking on challenges, using deep customer insight to develop innovative solutions. Can we go and cater to that marketplace? We should ease out of certain sectors, but do it in a dignified way that protects our employees and all our stakeholders. You once said that, in terms of strategy, Tata Steel should consider itself as a materials company rather than a steel enterprise.
We're now moving in that direction, but earlier we saw ourselves as a plantation company making tea.
That's fine in the Indian context, but we need to move a lot faster and expend more funds on innovation and technology upgrading in our companies than we are doing.
One of your passions is to address the customer at the bottom of the pyramid, by bringing out high-quality products at local prices. The five core Tata values underpinning the way we do business are: We should ease out of certain sectors, but do it in a dignified way that protects our employees and all our stakeholders.
It was an unattractive brand, there was no advertising and you did not know where the product was made. We were the first to avail of that policy. There isn't the corporate loyalty there used to be years ago. But I think to thrust them on companies would be a bad thing.
Ratan N Tata Beginnings are always full of possibilities. You can be risk-averse and take no risks, in which case you will have a certain trajectory in terms of your growth.
The plan was to concentrate on sectors in which the Tatas could be a leading player and to enter emerging hi-tech businesses.
The point is not just spending money; it's how many patents you file, your innovation rate and your product development. I think there is an opportunity there. My view is that we should keep looking dispassionately at our business portfolio.
The only hedge we would have is our operations in other geographies. I don't think we have been doing enough in the field of alternative energy.Vision of the future Group Chairman Ratan Tata speaks on a wide range of issues concerning the Tata group and its place in a world changing more dramatically than ever before What will be the nature and scope of the Tata group's engagement in the coming years with a world changing more rapidly and radically than ever before?
The vision (oftentimes misspelled as visson) of Tata group is tobe the most admired and responsible Integrated Power Company withinternational.
The Tata Group, one of India's largest business conglomerates, was established by Jamshedji Tata in the second half of the 19th century. Jamshedji's vision for the group was in line with nationalist goals and ideals then, and.
Values and purpose.
Purpose At the Tata group we are committed to improving the quality of life of the communities we serve. We do this by striving for leadership and global competitiveness in the business sectors in which we operate.
Tata Powers has always stood firmly by it's vision, mission and company values. Learn more about them in this section of the website. Eight months before handing over the reins of the Tata Group empire to his successor, Ratan Tata has detailed a vision under which the group’s turnover will hit $ billion (Rs 25 lakh crore) by That’s a fivefold increase over the expected turnover of $ billion (Rs 5 lakh crore) in the financial year that ended on Saturday.Download