Slide 1: RATAN TATA The maker of the “People’s car” Slide 2: 2 RATAN TATA Ratan Naval Tata was born on 28th December,1937, in Mumbai.
He is the present Chairman of the Tata Group, India's largest conglomerate established by earlier generations of his family Slide 3: EARLY DAYS First child of Naval and Soonoo Tata.
Parents divorced in mid 40’s when Ratan was 7.
Studied in all boy’s campion school in India and graduated from cornell, U.S.A in 1962.Advanced management program from HBS in 1975.
Back to India on grandmother’s insistence and joined the TATA group.
Appointed chairman of TATA group in 1991.
He’s a bachelor and lives a peaceful ,simple life. Slide 4: 4 MANECK DARAB Rooshtum Kaoosh Bhikha JAMSHEED Jamsheed Manek Shohrab Dadabhoy Cooverbai Hirabai Rutton Nusserwanji Jamsetji* M Sir Dorab* Sir Ratan* *Adopted Naval Hormusji Naval (Soonoo) (Simone) Noel* Ratan** Jimmy (adopted Dadabhoy) Ratan(RD)* Jehangir(JRD)* Darab Jimmy Khursheed THE TATA FAMILY TREE *Active role in Tata group **Current Chairman Slide 5: PERSONALITY VERY DIGNIFIED
BELIEVES IN KEEPING PROMISES
LOYAL AND BELIVES IN RELATIONSHIPS
QUESTIONING THE UNQUESTIONABLE
RISKTAKER NOT A SPECULATOR
EXEMPALARY LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND A TREMENDOUS MOTIVATOR Slide 6: CORPORATE SPURS Tata Consultancy Services went public and Tata Motors was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. On January 31st, 2007, Ratan Tata successfully pulled off one of the biggest acquisitions in Indian corporate history. Corus Group - an Anglo-Dutch steel and aluminums producer, was acquired by Tata Sons for an astounding £6.7 billion at the rate of 608 pence per share against a Brazilian steel company that had bid 603 pence Another feather of success got attached with this man when he presented the latest Tata four-wheeler model Tata Elegante at Geneva on March 6, 2007. This model was appreciated by all the global dealers of four-wheelers Slide 7: A BUSINEES LEGEND Slide 8: ABOUT HIM Tata is single and leads a modest lifestyle in his bachelor apartment. The US-educated bachelor lives alone with his two German Shepherds in an apartment in Mumbai. He is known to be a supporter of the traditional Parsi way of life. He has a passion for home cooked food and is known to indulge deeply in art collection. Slide 9: Tata Steel
Advance Materials Taj Hotels
Tata AIG Life & General Insurance Companies Tata Tea
Trent Tata Motors
Voltas Tata Chemicals
Rallis Tata Power
Tata BP Solar Services Materials Energy Chemicals Engineering Consumer Products Tata Consultancy Services
VSNL IT and Communications TATA Group Today - 7 Business Sectors 28 Listed Companies ; 280,000 employees Slide 10: Group Revenue In Rs Cr. Slide 11: Group PAT In Rs Cr Slide 12: TATA GROUP
GOING GLOBAL Tata Tech - INCAT Tata Chem – Brunner Mond Tata Tea- Good Earth IHCL - The Pierre TCS - Comicrom Tata Tech - Cedis TACO – Wundsch Weidinger Tata Interactive – Tertia Edusoft Tata Steel – Millennium Steel IHCL – Blue TCS- Financial Network Services Tata Steel – AMCI Green Fields VSNL - Teleglobe Zambia: Bus body building plant: Tata Zambia South Africa: Ferro Chrome Plant: Tata Steel
Second National Operator: VSNL Uganda: Coffee
plant: Tata Coffee Bangladesh: Steel Plant; Tata Steel
Fertiliser Plant: Tata Chemical
Power: Tata Power 2000-05 2005-06 Slide 13: Global Acquisitions 2000 – 2004
Tata Tea Tetley Group, UK
VSNL Gemplex, US
Tata Motors Daewoo Commercial Vehicles
VSNL Tyco Global Network, US 2005 - 2006
Tata Motors Hispano Carrocera, Spain
Tata Steel NatSteel Asia, Singapore
Tata Chemicals Imacid
VSNL Teleglobe, US
TACO Wundsch Weidinger, Germany
Tata Technologies INCAT International, UK
Tata Tea Good Earth Corporation, US
TCS FNS, Australia
TCS Comicrom, Chile
Tata Steel Millennium Steel, Thailand
Indian Hotels W, Sydney , Pierre NY
Tata Chemicals Brunner Mond
Tata Interactive Tertia Edusoft GmbH, Germany & Tertia Edusoft AG,
Tata Coffee Eight ‘oClock Coffee, US
Tata Tea Energy Drinks
Tata Steel Corus
IHCL Boston, San Francisco Slide 14: The Tata Group consists of nearly 100 companies. Tata group is a multinational conglomerate and one of
the largest private companies in India. Today, it has a strength of 350,000 employees all over the
world and an estimated annual turnover of US$62 billion . Tata’s contribution to India’s GDP is nearly 5.5% and 60%
of its revenue comes from foreign countries. Tata group was always known for its business ethics and
corporate governance. The Tata Group has spread its operations across six continents and more than 80 countries. TATA GROUP Slide 15: What makes him RATAN TATA- the LEADER??? VISIONARY A man of integrity Expertise Risk taker Initiator
& Change champion Strategist N
E Slide 16: VISIONARY “One hundred years from now, I expect the Tatas to be much bigger than it is now. More importantly, I hope the Group comes to be regarded as being the best in India.. best in the manner in which we operate, best in the products we deliver, and best in our value systems and ethics. Having said that, I hope that a hundred years from now we will spread our wings far beyond India.” PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 17: Strategist "He is a deep thinker and extremely strategic. He is always 2-3 steps ahead"- Alan Rosling ED, Tata sons PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 18: Initiator
& Change champion "Ratan was the chief architect of the Corus deal. I was worried about the magnitude and the amount of money.
But he instilled confidence." says Muthuraman. PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 19: Risk taker “If you put a gun to my head,
you had better take the gun away or pull the trigger, because I'm not moving.”
"While he doesn't look it, he's one of the toughest people I've ever known." says Muthuraman PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 20: Expertise "He has a tremendous technological brain," says Tata Steel Managing Director B. Muthuraman "When you come to him for a critical decision, he will give you a very quick answer, his responses would be crisp, leaving no room for doubt….His involvement in cross-border deals could be quite significant. And that’s precisely what gives the CEOs the confidence to move ahead without doubts." says Rosling. PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 21: A man of integrity "Tata has shown that there is no other way he will do business other than do it ethically," says Gopalakrishnan. PREVIOUS PAGE Slide 22: World’s Cheapest Car- “Tata Nano” - the people’s car Slide 23: Seeds of the Dream OF Making TATA NANO Slide 24: Motivational words said by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam goes exactly with Mr. Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata group, who in the year 2003, dreamt of producing a safe, affordable Car for the common man.
Finally after the wait of five years, crossing all financial and technological barriers, Ratan Tata kept his promise and unveiled Tata 'Nano' on 10th January 2008, at the 9th Auto Expo 2008 in New Delhi.
Tata Nano, cool & smart, launched by Tata Motor is world's cheapest Car with a price tag of $ 2500 Slide 25: Tata Nano Car Slide 26: Awards & Recognition Padma Bhushan on 26 January 2000
Padma Vibhushan . On 26 January 2008
NASSCOM Global Leadership on February 14 2008 in Mumbai
Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy in 2007
Robert S. Hatfield Fellow in Economic Education In March 2006
London School of Economics and Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
the Government of Singapore conferred honorary citizenship on Ratan Tata.
the title of honorary economic advisor to Hangzhou city in the Zhejiang province of China.
Fortune magazine in November 2007 ,listed him among the 25 most powerfull business man
Time magazine's 2008, listed him the World's 100 most influential people Slide 27: THANK YOU MADE BY-