News: Two more senior executives of Tata Motors quit

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Two more senior executives of Tata Motors quit

Challenged by attrition at the top deck and a declining share in the market place, Tata Motors, India’s largest automobile company in revenues, saw two more senior executives exiting from key positions. Venkatram Mammillapalle, senior VP purchasing and supply chain and Rajesh Bagga, senior VP legal at Tata Motors, have put in their papers. The resignations follow the recent exit of Ankush Arora, senior vice-president, commercial passenger vehicle division. Arora and Mammillapalle were proteges of late Karl Slym, the former CEO of the company, who died early this year. According to people close to the company, Mammillapalle is moving to Nissan Avtovaz. Arora has joined a private equity firm based in the Middle East.

Challenged by attrition at the top deck and a declining share in the market place, Tata Motors, India’s largest automobile company in revenues, saw two more senior executives exiting from key positions. Venkatram Mammillapalle, senior VP purchasing and supply chain and Rajesh Bagga, senior VP legal at Tata Motors, have put in their papers. The resignations follow the recent exit of Ankush Arora, senior vice-president, commercial passenger vehicle division. Arora and Mammillapalle were proteges of late Karl Slym, the former CEO of the company, who died early this year. According to people close to the company, Mammillapalle is moving to Nissan Avtovaz. Arora has joined a private equity firm based in the Middle East.

Read the Economic Times news report here.

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Topics: Strategic HR, #Current, #Corporate

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