Ratan Tata: Ethical Leadership

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Ashok K. Dua, Sumita Rai
Ivey Publishing ()

Ratan Tata began his career with the Tata Group in the workshop of Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited and eventually rose to become president of the Tata Group with offices in more than 80 countries on six continents. Ratan Tata, known as a visionary, values-based and principles-based leader, has helped the Tata group grow immensely over two decades of leadership. When he retired in 2012, he handed over the reins to a new president. But four years later, on October 24, 2016, the board of directors of Tata Sons, which controlled the Tata group, decided to replace the president. His firing sparked a public dispute over corporate governance and ethics at the helm of the Tata empire. Ratan Tata has been asked to return as interim president and help find a new successor. How did you successfully cope with this task and help the Tata group maintain its fame without compromising its values ​​and beliefs?

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