Cyrus Mistry’s wishlist for 2014

Mistry exhorted the employees to carry forward the legacy of the group’s founder Jamsetji Tata.
Calling for a culture of openness and pooling of resources across companies, Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry has asked firms of the conglomerate to focus on innovation and remain agile to succeed in an uncertain and volatile environment.

In an year-end letter to employees, Mistry, who has completed a year at the helm of the group, said that after realising the distinctiveness of every Tata enterprise,” each needs to be viewed in a manner that is appreciative of its uniqueness”.

Exhorting the employees to carry forward the legacy of the group’s founder Jamsetji Tata, whose 175th birth anniversary is being commemorated, Mistry said the year gone by has witnessed a business environment that has continued to be volatile and uncertain.

“This is a time for us to re-look at some of our strategies, recalibrate our business models, fine-tune our execution capabilities and invest in our future,” he said.

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  • A HAPPY NEW YEAR . FROM THE ZOARASTRIANS OF CANADA

  • Rustom A. Havewalla

    As the Chairman of Tata Motors, the most important thing that Mr. CYRUS MISTRY should do is TEST DRIVE ALL HIS SUVs AND FIND OUT HOW DREADFUL THEY ARE!

    HIS FLAGSHIP “ARIA” does not even STOP in spite of having disc brakes on all the four wheels.
    The car is so high priced and they have their own justifications. Who, except a mad man, will buy an Aria at 12.5 lakhs PLUS if the Innova is available at 15?

    The clutch travel of all his SUVs is so long that it gives you a SLIPPED DISC and even makes you lose control over the vehicle in the most tricky parking or starting situations.
    Tata Sumo Gold is just a KHATARA! What Gold? Just like a bloody speedy tractor only!
    HORRIBLE! JUST HORRIBLE!
    AND NOBODY SEEMS TO BE BOTHERED AT TATA MOTORS!

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