It's been a year since Cyrus Mistry was sacked as a chairman of Tata Sons and as a new-man-in N. Chandrasekaran has stepped-up his efforts to deal with the legacy issues, key Mistry aide and former Tata GEC member Nirmalya Kumar says Chandrasekaran has taken a leaf out of his strategy document to begin the clean-up act. Kumar further says that the new chairman's job has become a lot easier after Mistry revealed his legacy hotspot post-exit. Listen-in to this exclusive conversation.
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