March 24, 2018 | 90 words | Read in less than a minute
When Tata Sons chairman emeritus Ratan Tata and a fellow trustee strolled into Bombay House a few weeks ago to meet chairman N Chandrasekaran, there was a flutter of excitement: A report from the Economic Times.
In the year that he’s been in charge, the chairman has rolled up his sleeves and got to work on restructuring and reinventing the group. That’s been accompanied by a few abrupt senior-level exits in the wake of top new hires as Chandrasekaran transforms the organisational structure into one that’s more agile.
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