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Purpose: Case study of an organisation depicts an issue pertaining to a problem and the strategies adopted by the company. Analysis of an organisation will enable to interpret the process of the company which help us to identify, understand and bring out strategies which could help to solve the problem. The aim of the study is to know the various leaders, the leadership styles and the lessons adopted by TATA, s. This attempt also identifies the process of management, effective leadership skills, the decision making process. Leadership skills influence the development of organisational theory.
Research approach: The present paper, discusses the various analysis as a research methodology which will aid the future researcher in developing and analysing the organisation as a case study. The study analyses the TATA group of industry, which considered the various determinants, affecting factors of Leadership. The present paper discusses the various analyses like SWOT analysis, ABCD analysis, value chain analysis and TATA conceptual model for leadership which will enable to identify the critical element of the organisation and the usefulness of effective leadership in management of the process of the organisation, especially during the decision making. The study also recommends this analysis for future casework analysis of any organisation.
Finding/Result: TATA group of companies should focus on utilizing its assets notable by the SWOT analysis, and make use of the opportunities. It can improve the value creating activities within its value chain
Originality/value: A conceptual leadership model is developed by studying the various institutions of TATA group companies. As leadership is essential for growth and prosperity of companies for the better leadership to support CSR activity and for profitability. TATA has to work on the green management strategies which the talk of the day, get along with the IT innovations, globalisation, business expansion, huge investment on research, inventory management etc.
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