A trading company begun in 1868 is now a global enterprise that operates in a hundred countries across six continents, with revenue of over $110.7 billion! In Succeed to Inspire Like the Tatas, Rajiv Agarwal describes the vision and founding philosophy that has helped the Tata Group become India’s foremost value-based corporation. Unlike most corporates, their aim has always been to improve the quality of life of communities, and most importantly, build India as a nation. Be it their philanthropic Trusts that support education, health, livelihood generation, art and culture, or their contribution in industries such as IT, steel and automobile, the Tatas have proved that the secret to strong leadership is long-term stakeholder value creation. The book offers a riveting account of how some of the best-known products and services, including the Nano, came about. It also shows how some of Tata's best acquisitions, including Jaguar Land Rover and Tetley Tea, were a result of seeing takeovers as partnerships. Like the previous two books in the series, this book also offers lessons taken from the successes as well as mistakes made by its leaders, to further inspire the reader into taking effective management decisions.