Organisational collaboration brings a range of strategic and operational benefits, from shared risk, to access to new markets. So, why do some collaborations soar and others flounder?
From our point of view, a successful collaboration relies on an organisation’s ability to take a broad view, rather than fixate on short-term objectives. For Tata, collaboration is about mixing diverse perspectives and skillsets to encourage creativity and keep the business fresh. It’s not just a strategy; it’s the key to long-term business success, and it supports us in achieving our shared goal of improving the quality of life of the communities we serve.
In India, Tata Communications and TeamIndus are working together to lead the country into the next generation of space exploration and aviation technology. In this partnership, Tata Communications brings its connectivity and prowess in the cloud and data centre services to provide TeamIndus with mission critical communication services.
Closer to home, Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors European Technical Centre, WMG and the University of Warwick, have joined together to invest in the long-term future of the UK’s automotive sector. The National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) will provide a critical mass of research capability combining automotive expertise nationally and internationally.
On March 20th 2017, the Tata Innovation Showcase at the Royal Society will celebrate the genuine spirit of togetherness that encourages innovative ideas within the Tata group.
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