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TATA MOTORS

Global Footprint
OTHER COLLABORATIONS/M&A & JVs • Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle • Hispano in Spain & Marcopolo In Brazil • JV with Jardine Matheson for ConcordeMotors North Africa • Technology Tie Ups at Egypt Spain,Italy West Africa Senegal LATAM Brazil West Asia Saudi Arabia Iraq, Iran South Africa South Africa* * Assembly Operations also
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West Europe U.K. Italy

Russia* Ukraine* Central Asia Afghanistan East Asia Uzbekistan China South Korea* South Asia Bangladesh * Nepal, Sri Lanka

South East Asia Malaysia* Thailand

East Africa Kenya*

Product Range
TATA Motors: Commercial Vehicles

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Technological Resources
 R & D establishments at Jamshedpur, Pune & Lucknow – over 1400 engineers.  India’s only certified crash test facility for cars and hemi anechoic chamber for testing of noise and vibration.  Tata Motors European Technical Centre (TMETC) set up in 2005 – primarily involved in design engineering and development of products, supporting Tata Motors skill sets.  Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. has its R&D

Organizational Resources
 Process Approach – EPM (derived from APQC processes and TBEM model.

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The Enterprise Process Model

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• Sound leadership – JRD, Sumant Moolgaokar, Ratan Tata • Ethical business practices – guided by the Tata Code of Conduct • Successful handling of integration issues – Tata Daewoo, Jaguar – Land Rover • Reputation and recognition – Tata brand. • CSR initiatives • Adaptability to the changing business dynamics.
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Financial Resources
 Stable cash flows for the past five years  Cash rich corporate parent – Tata Sons  Strong reputation – access to capital markets

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Value Chain & Value System
Transporters, Convoy Drivers Association Dealer Network, Marketing Research Firms, Vehicle Financing

SAP , VCM Inbound Operations Logistics Logistics SAP , CRM - DMS Outbound Marketing Service

Suppliers , Contractors

Regional Warehouses, Dealer Workshops, Distributors, TASS

Strategic Alliances
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Inbound Logistics
 Long term contract with service provider’s – transporters and agents.  Personnel at regional offices for over seeing the smooth transit of goods.  Transparency and monitoring through deployment of IT – all transactions through SAP.  DTL supplies for critical high value items.  Efficient storage facilities – easy storage and retrieval.

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Operations

Capital Equipment Manufacturing division – tooling

development capabilities of global standard.  Apprentice Trainee Course – ensuring stable source of skilled manpower.  Kaizen & TPM team – continuous drive to improve efficiencies.  Automated manufacturing processes.  Distributed manufacturing – Assembly units at South Africa, Thailand, Bangladesh, Brazil etc.  Maintenance – technical competence.  Capacity Utilization – Mercedes Benz cars make use 11

Outbound Logistics

Stockyards, all across the country.

 Long term contracts with transporter’s – higher volume of business to transporters ensures competitive price.  Regional Sales Office and Vehicle Dispatch Section linked through SAP.  Efficient security system for prevention of any kind of pilferage.

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Marketing & Sales

Structured approach to understanding the requirements of individual customers – QFD’s conducted at regular intervals.  Clear identification of product requirements, leading to development of innovative products – Tata 207 DI, Tata Ace  Pan India presence and global footprint.  Independent teams for addressing the requirements of institutional customers – Defense, State Transport Units  Helping to augment the scarce resources – Fiat selling vehicles through Tata dealerships, in return Tata has access to Fiat’s technology and unutilized capacity. 13

Service
 Easy availability of spare parts.  Efficient collection of data from field and communication to the respective plants.  Pan India presence, as well as global presence.  Large network of workshops – Dealer workshops and TASS.  Training facilities – for dealer end and TASS personnel.

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Procurement
 E procurement initiative.  Global Sourcing Team – China , a key destination for sourcing essential items like tires, power steering units etc., Steel procured from Belarus  Long term relationships with a stable and loyal pool of suppliers.  Technology driven procurement – SAP and VCM.  Strategic subsidiaries & JV’s – TACO group of companies , Tata Cummins  Centralized Strategic Sourcing for key components – FIP’s, Steel etc.  Group resources – Tata Steel and Tata International 15 .

Technology Development
 Approximately 2% of the annual profits of the company invested in research and development.  Knowledge portal – helps employees keep abreast with the latest technologies.  Extensive prototype building and testing facilities.  Strategic partnerships – MDI (France), Fiat etc.  Formal benchmarking process.  “Technology Day” organized across all plant locations.
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Human Resource
 Vast pool of technically competent engineers and managers.  Focus on development of technical capabilities – Technical Training Center’s, Alliance with technical Institutes  Focus on development of managerial capabilities – MTC’s , TMTC, executive training programs at premier business schools  Career advancement schemes – ESS, FTSS
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Firm Infrastructure
 Multi – Location facilities  Strong leadership – under the aegis of Tata Sons  Best in class prototype building facilities  Technology – SAP  Large product portfolio

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Dynamic Capabilities
• NPI Process – reduced time to market
Tata Motors Vehicle NPI Process – Conceptual Overview
Prod ct u St t g & ra e y Pla n g n in Ph se a • Market analysis • Com petitor assessm ent • Explore Prod. Options • Product plan ning PI PI
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Pa s h se

Co ce t n p Ev lu t n a a io Ph se a • Concept alternativ es • QFD • ling th es Sty em • Packaging • Manf. Feasibility • Cost targeting

Co ce t n p D v lop e t e e mn Ph se a • Perform ance & W eight analysis • Style &Spec’ dev’m &Freeze t. • Vehicle & Aggregate plans • Product costing • Financial an alys

Pro u d ct D sig V lid t n e n a a io D sig a d e n n & d v lo m n Prod ct n t n ee p et u io isa io Ph se a Ph se a • Design analysis &sim ulation • Alpha proto tests • Aggreg tests ate • Crash tests • Manf. Plan ning • Detail costing • design Full validation • Beta proto tests • Production tooling • dor parts dev. Ven • Install &com . m Facilities

Pre Pro u io d ct n Ph se a • Quality Proving &Process validation • &PP Builds P0 • Vendor parts approval • Hom ologation

Ra p p m -u Ph se a • Ram p-up • Build PL

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Pro dct du Prou ct St ra ey ra e g St ttg y Re v w v ie Reie w • 9BOX & supporting docs

Co n p t n cet Coce p Se le io n le ct n Se ct io D Sign-offs R1 • Product Profile & tech targets • Recom ended m style them e • Prelim Cost / w . t targets • Prelim Biz case .

Co n p tad n cet n d Coce pa n Pro je je ct Pro ct A p roa l p p vl rov a Ap DR2 Sign-offs • Product sp & ec Features list • Vehicle Test Plan • Style &p ackaging sign off • e &res. plan Tim • Biz. case Full

De n e sig n D sig R e a se e lese Rle a D Sign-offs R3 • esign release D • g lead tooling Lon signed off • Com ponent reliability plan • Case Biz. v alidation

Prod u io n Prou ct n dct io R e a se e lese Rle a DR4 Sign-offs • Critical issues brochure • Vehicle test requirem ents m et • Control plans signoff

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DR5 Sign-offs • nch volum Lau es • build QP com pletion • Vendor parts fully approv ed • Ram up plan p

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Leveraging the resources
How did TATA create initial resource complement to overcome the disadvantage of being newcomers in passenger car business?
STRATEGY
R&D Strategic partnerships Joint ventures Acquisitions Intensive management development Government support (10Year Plan) New institutions for
trade promotion, technology upgradation, quality enhancement (ACMA: Automotive Component Manufacturers Association, SIAM: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers ) 20

INSTITUTIONS

Key Strategies

International strategy based on the competitive advantage:
 New product (eg. Tata Nano, the cheapest car in the World).  Acquisitions (eg. Land Rover and Jaguar brands from Ford Motors).  Partnership with established companies (eg. Alliance with Fiat since 2006) to enhance the product portfolio and knowledge exchange.  Facilities for learning from other companies.  Developing programmes for intensive management development.

Consolidate position in India by exploiting opportunities:

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Process Benchmarking
 Optimize the value chain using distributed Manufacturing  The power of IT has been extensively leveraged  State-of-the-art CAD and CAM services integrated design across multiple disciplines  IT helped the company shrink the design cycle time  BSM tools from BMC Software played a key role  TML decided to adopt IT service management concepts outlined in the ISO 20000:05 international standards, as well as best practices outlined in the IT Infrastructure Library® (ITIL®) Version 3
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Process Benchmarking
 service-oriented management architecture that treated services as assets and managed them on a life cycle basis.  In-house manufacturing capability with CNC manufacturing operations  have implemented Six-sigma, Kaizen & TPM.

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Strategic Benchmarking

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Strategic Benchmarking
 Objective:
Innovation across the value chain leading to affordable products that can grow the market

 Product innovation needs to be complemented with innovation in other parts of the value chain
• • • • • Co- location of suppliers On- line bidding by suppliers Reduction in the number of suppliers Partnerships with vendors Dedicated “Suvidha” service network in

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Achievements
 The sole winner of the JRD QV Award 2005 was the commercial vehicle business unit, or CVBU, of Tata Motors  PCBU's business excellence initiative has come into its own. • Serious Adoption Award in 2004 • Active Promotion Award in 2005  Tata Motors have crossed the level of 60% to win the JRD-QV award in 2001, 2004 & 2005 respectively
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Stretch and Leverage
 Vision : “best in the manner in which we operate, best in the products we deliver, and best in our value system and ethics” Engineering, construction and automotive solutions R&D focus on environment-friendly technologies in emissions and alternative fuels Maintain cost competitiveness through continuous improvements in control over key inputs and enhanced asset utilization Best in class human capital that are constantly in touch with the industry, competitors, customers and the suppliers 27

Stretch and Leverage contd..
 Tata – Nano: The innovative small car for the urban middle class
Fulfill the requirements of its customer value proposition Deliberately created a young team with good leadership capabilities who think differently Excellence in outsourcing  Reconceived its supplier strategy - 85% of the Nano’s components Fewer supplier (<60%)
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Stretch and Leverage contd..
 Acquisition : Land Rover and Jaguar for $2.3 billion - Complementing Resources Blending & Balancing

High Replacement cost Complimentary to Tata Motor in the upstream business Access to global markets Transfer of knowledge, technology from high end market
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Stretch and Leverage contd..
Overall ..  Strong product development capability  Manufacture products or deliver services of highest quality at lowest prices  Sufficiently widespread distribution and service network  working around offering more affordable, more value-oriented

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Technological Framework
Attribute:  Innovation around cost  “globally recognized” technological capabilities  '50s and '60s technical collaboration with Mercedes Benz to design and manufacture its chosen line of projects  Strong R&D at ERC  Possess capability to develop and test durability, engine performance, emission, safety, design and style, noise, hydraulics, tracks, and instrumentation.  Opportunity to experiment and learn from31

Technology Capability Hierarchy

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Achievements
 The company has the only world-class crash facility in Asia outside Korea and Japan  Developed an A-ECU (Electronic Control Unit) and low-cost accessories that would effectively manage critical engine and vehicle systems without calling for a fullfledged and expensive conventional ECU  Striding towards new emission standards  Equipping vehicles of the future with technologies for improving communication, navigation and entertainment- OneCat conceptual car 33 with fiber glass powered by air and

Diversification
 1977– First CV from Pune plant.  1983– First HCV rolled out.  1986– First LCV (Tata 407) launched followed by Tata 608.  1991– First passenger car Tata Sierra launched.  1992– Tata Estate launched.  1994– Launch of Tata Sumo.
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Diversification
 1995– Mercedes Benz car E220 launched  1997– Tata Sierra Turbo launched.  1998– India’s first SUV launched.  1998– India’s first indigenous Passenger Car Indica launched.  2001– Second Generation Indica v2 launched.  2008– Launch of Suma Grande  2008– Launch of Nano at ninth Auto

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But, the war is on…

Maruti Vs Tata Motors
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The Preparations…
 Proper utilization of assets  Motivating people to work hard  Selective hiring  Job fitting  Training program  Better working environment

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To create….

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HR Philosophy
 Caring, show respect, compassion and humanity for colleagues  Work cohesively with colleagues across the group  Encourages self-sufficiency  Employees' relatives at Pune have been encouraged to form various industrial co-operatives  The Tata Motors Grihini Social Welfare Society caters to employees' women dependents'

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HR Policies
 Executive Selection Scheme (ESS) fast track programme for accelerated growth  In-house vocational training and apprenticeship programme trains the technicians  Rotational assignments and crossfunctional mobility allow employees to grow
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All said and done…a new strategy is required…
The Blue Ocean Strategy

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Blue Ocean Strategy
Red Ocean Blue Ocean

Compete in the existing market Create unconsolidated market place space Beat the competition Make the competition irrelevant

Exploit existing demand

Create and capture new demand Break the value-cost trade off Differentiation and Low Cost
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Make the value cost trade off Differentiation or Low cast

Focus on the non-customers

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Corporate strategy, parenting and synergies
 To buy premium vehicle brands such as Land Rover and Jaguar bolster Tata Motors’ image as a global company and increase its global reach and scale  Overall, the Tata group has spent around $15.5 billion in acquiring foreign companies  The Tata name is a unique asset representing leadership with trust  Leveraging this asset to enhance group synergy and becoming globally competitive

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Corporate strategy, parenting and synergies contd..
 synergy developed as a result of the strengths of domestic and foreign market share, congregating under the umbrella of Tata group  The Tata Group as a whole has over 20 publicly listed enterprises and operates in more than 80 countries world-wide - lots of experience and resources to draw from for research and development purposes  Strong corporate governance based on “rich legacy of fair, ethical, and transparent governance practices” to ensure that its employees act ethically and the business continues to run smoothly
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Corporate Advantages from Diversified Business
 Sharing of Activities/Resource
Tata Steel Tata Motor TCS Tata Cummins

Sharing of Skills/Core Competence
Tata Steel
Core Competence Tata Cummins

TAML

TACO
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