January Shubha Madhukar Strategies that succeed Quietly but systematically, TSMG has built up a formidable reputation in strategy formulation and deployment, performance improvement and business analytics It works silently, and behind the scenes. But it has been transforming the face of businesses across industries, functions and geographies. The Tata Strategic Management Group TSMG advises clients in the areas of strategy formulation, strategy deployment, performance improvement and business analytics.
The case discusses the organic and inorganic growth strategies of India's largest multinational conglomerate, the Tata Group.
In its initial years, the growth strategy followed by Tata Group was largely organic where it grew majorly through new product developments, technological upgradations, and innovation. The growth strategy helped the company pioneer several industries in India: The group redefined growth when Ratan Tata took over as chairman of the Tata Group in He restructured the businesses of the Tata Group and expanded the group globally.
The first major instance of inorganic growth was exemplified when the group's Tata Tea now Tata Global Beverages division acquired UK-based Tetley in This was followed by a series of acquisitions by the group. Analysts pointed out that though the group had recorded increased revenues due to inorganic growth, it also had to deal with the challenges of integration and proper management of the portfolio of companies.
The case examines the benefits reaped and challenges faced by Tata Group while implementing organic and inorganic growth strategies.MTV India. In the panel discussion on day 2 of adtech India , brands discussed the need to become publishers of heartoftexashop.com panel discussion concentrated on combining branded content with marketing strategy.
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Positioned primarily as an in-house training centre for the Tata group, Tata Management Training Centre meets corporate learning and development needs and acts as a cradle of change for Tata executives. The Board of Directors of Tata Motors comprises of eminent personalities like Mr N Chandrasekaran, Mr Nasser Munjee, Mr Vinesh K Jairath, Dr Ralf Speth, Ms Falguni S Nayar, Mr O P Bhatt, Ms Hanne Birgitte Sorensen, Mr Guenter Butschek, Mr.
Satish Balkrishna Borwankar and many other prominent persons from the industry. Ratan Tata is widely recognized as the person responsible for transforming the Tata Group, a large India-based conglomerate, from an unwieldy collection of businesses into a relatively more nimble group of companies better prepared to take advantage of opportunities.
The growth strategy helped the company pioneer several industries in India: power, steel, airlines, and hospitality. The group redefined growth when Ratan Tata took over as chairman of the Tata Group in He restructured the businesses of the Tata Group and expanded the group globally.