Tomorrow's Company India
Tomorrow's Company has long-standing relationships with Indian companies such as Tata, Infosys, Mahindra and Dr. Reddy's.
Please visit Tomorrow's Company India's website.
Below you will find the toolkit that emerged from the conference we held with Indian business leaders in November 2011 in Mumbai in partnership with Tata and CIMA. Success through corporate sustainability: strategy, leadership and reporting co-created tomorrow's agenda for business success.
Also available as a download is the keynote speech delivered by Tony Manwaring, Chief Executive, Tomorrow's Company, at the close of the conference.
At the conference we also launched Tomorrow's Company in India:
Tomorrow's Company Green Grass Blue Skies Pvt Ltd is our venture in India with Sunil Gupta and Preeta Singh as our partners.
Sunil and Preeta, in their previous Avatars at JWT and Ogilvy & Mather respectively, have worked with most of India's recognized brands and categories and across geographies.
They have a well deserved reputation for shooting straight from the hip. So you know you will be told what you need to be told, not what you might want to hear.
We believe that the thinking and services that Tomorrow's Company in the UK offers are also highly relevant in India, and we urge you to get in touch with us at (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) should you want to know more.
Tata - the triple context made real
by Tony Manwaring
Today I have had the great joy and privilege of spending time with and at Tata Motors in Pune India.
In this time:
- I drove a Nano;
- talked with the Mr S N Ambardekar, in change of the plant, who shared his vision but above all the values which permeate every aspect not only of the facility, over generations, but also the wider community, including rural villages;
- talked with shop floor workers about quality circles in which continuous improvement is assessed against multiple criteria of safety, quality, cost and also morality and now environment: and were both able to demonstrate real time improvements made from the shopfloor up feeding back to the design team, as well as justly sharing their regional 'Kaizen award';
The rest of the Tata - Triple Context made real article.