Course Name: International Management
Unit Code: BUS323C
Assignment Name: Case Analysis Report: The Last Rajah_Ratan Tata Number of Words: 2,066 (Excluding title page, Contents Page and References)
Due Date: 22 Feb 2012
Local Lecturer: Dr. Rudolph Jürgen
|No. |Description |Page No. | |1. |Introduction |4 | |2. |Source Problem |4 | |3. |Secondary Problems |4 | |4. |4.1 Short Term |4-5 | | |4.2 Long Term |5 | |5. |Analysis |5-7 | |6. |Criteria of Evaluation: Goals and Time Frame |7 | |7. |Alternatives |8 | |8. |Recommendations and Justifications |8-9 | |9. |Implementation, Control and Follow-up |9-10 | |10. |Conclusion |11 | |11. |References |11-12 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Ratan Tata – a living legacy responsible for the eminence of the largest conglomerate, Tata Group in India. The Tata Group is usurping global existence rapidly, with ownership of organizations in almost every major international market. It vested a combined market capitalization of more than $32 billion in a diversified range of operations, including consumer products, energy, engineering, information systems, communications, consultancy services and materials (Dobbs and Gupta 2009).
The liberalization for India’s economy in the 1990s (Pawan 2001), coupled with the bold yet accurate foresight of Ratan Tata had a part to play. Despite Tata Group’s exceeding achievements in gaining meaningful presence geographically, uncertainty lurks ahead. McClearn (2005, 49-53) wrote that the information technology powerhouse requires at least a trillion dollars on infrastructure investments to overcome poverty. The underdevelopment fundamentals of the country’s facilities may deter...
References: 3. SOURCE PROBLEM
The liberalization for India’s economy in the 1990s (Pawan 2001), coupled with the bold yet accurate foresight of Ratan Tata had a part to play
Contingency plan: Outsourcing of jobs to other nationalities like Cambodia or Laos where labour cost is comparatively low (Kei 2011).
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