INTRODUCTION MULTINATIONAL CONGLOMERATE SEVERAL PRIMARY BUSINESS SECTORS 11TH MOST REPUTABLE COMPANY IN THE WORLD-BY REPUTATION INSTITUTE FIFTH LARGEST STEEL COMPANY IN THE WORLD FIFTH GENERATION OF FAMILY STEWARDSHIP
PIONEERSJAMSETJI TATA DORAB JI TATA SIR RATAN TATA JRD TATA NAVAL TATA
Deep rooted historyFOUNDATION 1868-1931 CONSOLIDATION 1932-89 EXPANSION 1990 onwards
FOUNDATIONThe seeds of what would mature and become todays Tata group were laid long years before India became independent. CONSOLIDATIONThe Tata group ventured into new areas and built on the foundations, in spite of the restraints imposed by a controlled economy
EXPANSION The liberalization of the Indian economy unleashed a period of remarkable growth for the Tata group, in India and worldwide. Tata ventured in to mergers and acquisitions in the late 1990s.
TATA GROUP OF COMPANIES • AUTOMOTIVE • ENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERI NG • ENGINEERING PRODUCTS • COMPOSITESMATERIALS • METALS • POWER ENERGY • OIL GAS
TATA GROUP OF COMPANIES • TATA CHEMICALS • TATA PIGMENTSCHEMICA LS • RALLIS INDIA • HOTELS AND REALITY • FINANCIAL SERVICESSERVICES • OTHER SERVICES • INFINIT RETAIL • TATA TEA • TATA CERAMICSCONSUMER • TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING COMPANYPRODUCTS • TATA INDUSTRIES • TRENT
TATA’S FUTURE GOALS AND OBJECTIVESo Result of Strong Business Ethics Tata as “one” A desired to be “loved”o “Tata offers its resources as much as possible in order to maintain and improve a clean environment, and in order to improve life in regions where it is settled” -Tata steel, annual report 2005o Pro Community Business Practiceso Increase in Research and development spendingo Cutting edge technologyo Expansion in new market
IMPACT OF CAG ON TATA The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Loss of Rs 1.86 lakh crore due to lack of bidding. Tata Power declined by 3.71 percent.