From a mega re-organisation to ramping up collaboration with academia, the homegrown OEM is betting on people to not only come back stronger but also become a formidable competitor in the fast-changing automobile industry. Tata Motors is on a mission to turnaround its passenger vehicle business but, more importantly, it is on a drive to make the entire organisation agile and more competitive to not only realise its business goals at home but also overseas. To be among the top three passenger vehicle makers in India and to be among the world’s top three commercial vehicle OEMs are key goals of the transformation journey. The goals are lofty and therefore the means couldn’t have been simple. “We said we need to have a re-look inside first, what is it that we are not doing right and what is it we were doing right at some point in time. We looked at various aspects including our structure, our cost and our governance structure, among other things,” Gajendra Chandel, chief human resource officer, Tata Motors, tells Autocar Professional. The felt need was to “revamp/ revitalise/re-energise the organisation”. CUTTING THE LAYERS TO GO THE LEAN WAY By 2019-21, Tata Motors wants to transform… Read full this story
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