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Mumbai: One day in January 1998, Ratan Naval Tata , chairman of Tata Motors Ltd and head of the Tata group, walked out onto a brightly lit stage in a hall in New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan to announce something that would forever change the fortunes of India’s largest truck maker.Wiki info
In 1961, Tata began his career in the Tata Group, working on the shop floor of Tata Steel, shovelling limestone, and handling the blast furnace. Promoted to management during the 1970s; he then endured trial by fire and was able to turn Group company National Radio and Electronics (NELCO) around, only to see it collapse during an economic slowdown. In 1991, J. R. D. Tata stepped down as chairman of Tata Sons, naming him his successor. When he settled down into the new role, he faced stiff resistance from many companies heads, some of whom had spent decades in their respective companies and rose to become very powerful and influential due to the freedom to operate under JRD Tata. He began replacing them by setting a retirement age, and then made individual companies report operationally to the group office and made each contribute some of their profit to build and use the Tata group brand. Innovation was given priority and younger talent was infused and given responsibilities. Under his stewardship, overlapping operations in group companies were streamlined into a synergised whole, with the salt-to-software group exiting unrelated businesses to take on globalisation.