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Ratan Tata- A Born Leader

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  • Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Chemicals, The Indian Hotels Company and Tata Teleservices
  • Ratan Tata completed his schooling from Campion School in Mumbai. He completed hisBSc degree in architecture with structural engineering from Cornell University in 1962.
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    • 1. Project On Leadership Style Of Ratan Tata.
    • 2. GROUP MEMBERS ROLL NO Pankaj Malkani 61 Nitin V. Mange 62 Veena S. Manik 63 Manan Mehta 64 Sunil Metry 66 Bhavna Rawani 121  College: VESIMSR  Subject: High Performance Leadership  Batch: MMS 1st Year (2011-2013)
    • 3. Ratan Naval TataPresent Chairman Of Tata Group(A Business Legend)
    • 4. INTRODUCTION1. Born: December 28, 1937.2. Achievement: Honored with Padma Bhushan, one of the highest civilian awards in 2000.3. Present Chairman Of Tata Group.4. He has taken Tata Group to new heights and under his leadership, Groups revenues have grown manifold.
    • 5. THE CHAIRMAN OF MAJOR TATA COMPANIES.
    • 6. CHILDHOOD Ratan Tata was born into the famous Tata family.A prominent family belonging to Mumbaiswealthy Parsi community. He was born to Soonoo and Naval Hormusji Tata. Ratan is the great grandson of Tata groupfounder Jamsedji Tata
    • 7. CHILDHOOD His childhood was troubled, with his parents separatingin the mid-1940s when he was merely seven and hisyounger brother jimmy was five years old. Their mother moved out and both ratan and his brotherwere raised by their grandmother lady navajbai.
    • 8. EARLY CAREER1. Schooling from Campion school in Mumbai.2. In 1962:- Completed B.Sc degree in architecture with structural engineering from Cornell university .3. In 1975:- Done the advanced management program from Harvard business school.
    • 9. EARLY CAREER4. December 1962 :- He joined the Tata Group, after turning down a job with IBM on the advice of JRD Tata. He was first sent to Jamshedpur to work at Tata Steel.5. In 1971, Ratan was appointed the Director-in-Charge of The National Radio & Electronics Company Limited (Nelco).6. In 1981, Ratan was named director of Tata Industries, the Groups other holding company.
    • 10.  Ratan Tata succeeded his uncle JRD Tata as GroupChairman in 1991 He became Chairman of Tata Companies – TataMotors, Tata Steel, Tata Power, Tata ConsultancyServices, Tata Tea, Taj Hotels, Tata Chemicals and TataTeleservices First 3 to 4 yrs were engaged in struggles with the satraps Thrust was equally on technology drivenleadership, global competitiveness and being among the topthree domestically, regardless of the line of business
    • 11. Achievements By 1998, single group logo created and the Tata brand belonged to Tata Sons In 1998, Tata Indica – India’s first indigenously designed and manufactured car launched by Tata Motors In 2000, Tata Tea acquires the Tetley Group, UK. First major acquisition of an international brand by an Indian Business Group In 2001, Tata AIG - A joint venture between the Tata Group and American International Group (AIG) was set up
    • 12.  In 2002, Tata Sons acquires a controlling stake in VSNL In 2002, TCS becomes the first Indian software company to cross one billion dollars in revenue In 2004, Tata Motors is listed on the world’s largest stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange In the same year, Tata Motors acquires the heavy vehicles unit of Daewoo Motors, South Korea
    • 13.  In July 2004, TCS goes public in the largest private sector initial public offering (IPO) in the Indian market, raising nearly $1.2 billion In 2005, Tata Steel acquires singapore based steel company Natsteel In 2006, Tata Sky satellite television service launched acriss the country In 2007, Tata Steel acquires the Anglo- Dutch company Corus, making it the world’s fifth-largest steel producer
    • 14.  In 2008, Tata Motors acquires the Jaguar and Land Rover brands from the Ford Motor Company In 2009, Tata Motors announces commercial launch of the Tata Nano In 2009, Tata Teleservices announces pan-India GSM service with NTT DOCOMO In 2010, New plant for Tata Nano at Sanand inaugurated In 2011, The Tata brand soars into the top 50 club of global brands
    • 15. Other Roles…….. Chairman of the Government of India’s Investment Commission Respected member of the Prime Minister’s Council on Trade and Industry, the National Hydrogen Energy Board and the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council Member of the American International Group, the Asia-Pacific Advisory committee, JP Morgan Chase and Rolls Royce One of the Board of Directors of the New York Stock Exchange
    • 16. Awards & Recognition The Government of India conferred him with the Padma Vibhushan in 2008 and the Padma Bhushan in 2000 The Ohio State University honoured Ratan Tata with the doctorate degree in business administration and an honorary fellowship by the London School of Economics Listed among the 25 most powerful people in business by Fortune magazine in 2007 Listed in the Time magazine’s 2008 list of the World’s most influential people
    • 17. MR. RATAN NAVAL TATAA LIVING LEGEND
    • 18. SWOT ANALYSIS OF RATAN TATA  Visionary  Strategist  Initiator
    • 19. Weakness• Less Autocratic• Successors• Ownership• Dependables
    • 20.  Opportunities  Adaptability  Changing Champions  Business EthicsThreats  Risk Takers  Perfectionists  Question the unquestionable
    • 21. VISIONARY
    • 22. ADAPTABILITY
    • 23. OUT OF THE BOX !!!
    • 24. DECISIVEJAGUAR
    • 25. +VE ATTITUDE
    • 26. HONEST
    • 27. “I observed families riding on two-wheelers—the father driving the scooter, his young child standing in front ofhim, his wife seated behind him holding a little baby. It led me to wonder whether one could conceive of a safe, affordable, all-weather form of transport for such a family.
    • 28. TATA NANOWORLD’S MOST AFFORDABLE CARNEW MARKET, WHERE NONEEXISTED BEFORE.
    • 29. Tata docomo• 1 paisa per second• Starts national rollout• Countrywide service• Best coverage
    • 30. MESSAGE AT THE LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE• Value Proposition• Concept Of Fare Being Fair• Create A Paradigm Shift In The Overall Telecom• Moment Of Triumph For The Consumer
    • 31. Tata TeaHad made to campaign for marketing both have different aims:-•TO CREATE AWARENESS•FOR ANTI- CORRUPTION
    • 32. •The success its first campaign of ‘jaago re’•Tata Tea, today launched another campaign titled‘Aaj Se Khilana Bandh, Pilana Shuru’..
    • 33. Ratan Tata Opens Non-Profit Tata Cancer Treatment Centre
    • 34. • FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT• ALSO HOUSE A SHELTER CALLED PREMASHRAYA• FIRST PHASE• FREE TREATMENT OF THOSE WHO CANNOTAFFORD TREATMENT.• SUBSIDIZED UNDER DIFFERENT PAYINGCATEGORIES• A NOT-FOR-PROFIT INITIATIVE
    • 35. Leadership versus ManagementLeader qualities Manager qualities Soul Mind Visionary Rational Passionate Consulting Creative Persistent Flexible Problem solving Inspiring Tough-minded Innovative Analytical Courageous Structured Imaginative Deliberate Experimental Authoritative Initiates Change Stabilizing Personal power Position power
    • 36. LEADERSHIP STYLE: AUTROCRATIC BUREACRATIC LAISSE FAIRE DEMOCRATIC
    • 37. DEMOCRATIC
    • 38. PRINCIPLES OF TATA’S 1. Nothing worthwhile is ever achieved without deep thought and hard work. 2. Good human relations not only bring great personal rewards but are essential to the success of any enterprise.
    • 39. BLAKE & MOUTON’S MANAGERIAL GRID THEORY: LEADERSHIP GRID HIGH CONCERNFOR PEOPLE LOW LOW CONCERN FOR PRODUCTION HIGH
    • 40. PATH GOALTHEORY
    • 41. PATH GOAL LEADERSHIP THEORYAccording to this theory a leader can adopt any of the 4 styles while following the path and goal concept .They are: Directive style. Supportive style. Achievement style. Participative style.
    • 42. Bibliographywww.wikipedia.comwww.google.co.inwww.livinglegends.comwww.tata.com
    • 43. TATA

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