News: Cyrus Mistry sets up a new group executive council

Leadership

Cyrus Mistry sets up a new group executive council

Livemint reports that Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry has set up a new group executive council (GEC) replacing the already existing group corporate centre (GCC) and group executive office (GEO). GEC will be headed by Mistry and its initial members are ex-BSE chief Madhu Kannan, N.S. Rajan from Ernst & Young and Mukund Govind Rajan. Kannan will head business development and public affairs while Govind Rajan will oversee brand, communication, ethics & CSR. N.S. Rajan will take charge as the new group chief human resource officer on May 9. 

Livemint reports that Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry has set up a new group executive council (GEC) replacing the already existing group corporate centre (GCC) and group executive office (GEO). GEC will be headed by Mistry and its initial members are ex-BSE chief Madhu Kannan, N.S. Rajan from Ernst & Young and Mukund Govind Rajan. Kannan will head business development and public affairs while Govind Rajan will oversee brand, communication, ethics & CSR. N.S. Rajan will take charge as the new group chief human resource officer on May 9. 
The GEO and GCC were formed by Ratan Tata in late 90s to provide strategic direction to the Tata group. The same role will now be taken over by GEC.
Read the livemint report here
 

Read full story

Topics: Leadership, #Updates

Did you find this story helpful?

Author

QUICK POLL

What is your top focus area for reinventing work in the hybrid world of work?

How can we prepare for a challenging 2023?

READ our latest issue for tips and suggestions.