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  • Toyota Case

    was in 1937 that there was a separation between the two businesses and consequently Toyota Motor Company was born. In order to get a deeper understanding over the industry, Kiichiro studied the production system of Ford, the leading car manufacturing company at that time, and later adopted and improved it. Ten years later, in 1947, Toyota started to produce large-scale passenger cars, competing with Ford and General Motors but suffered from Japan’s economy that was going through a rough patch after

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  • Toyota

    Personal work Automotive-Toyota 30-11-2012 Contents  Introduction  Lean Manufacturing 1) Creating continuous process flow, 2) The pull system, 3) Leveling out the workload.  Toyota Production System 1) Just In Time 2) Jidoka  Long term relationship with suppliers  Risk and Challenge 1) Toyota Vehicle Recalls 2) Environmental sensitivity  Conclusion Introduction Toyota is one of the world's largest automobile manufacturers, selling over 9 million models in 2006¹on all five continents

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  • Annual Report of Toyota for 2011

    Rewarded with a smile by exceeding your expectations Annual Report 2011 Year ended March 31, 2011 TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION Leading the way to the future of mobility A future mobility that links people with products and services Toyota's Global Vision not only calls for building better cars, but also expresses our goal of contributing to the creation of better communities. Toyota is developing new products and services for the future of mobility, with the goal of realizing practical

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    WWW.PAKASSIGNMENT.BLOGSPOT.COM Send your assignments and projects to be displayed here as sample for others at PAKASSIGNMENT@GMAIL.COM Project of Human Resource Management On Toyota Multan Motors [pic] Topic: Employee Monitoring Submitted to: Prof. Aysha Ghias Submitted by: Syed Ali Kamran Abidi. Roll no. 50 Mirza Ali Raza. Roll no. 90 M. Jaffar Tayar. Roll no. 48 Syed Hussain Zain ul abiden. Roll no. 85 Punjab Groups of Colleges

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  • Toyota Business Ethics

    preserve a society’s. a group’s or an individual person’s notion of morality. 1.0.2 Why Ethical Practices Are Important? Ethics involves trust and fairness. Ethics is a code of demeanor that dictates an individual's or group's actions. Numerous triumphant business owners comprehend the significance of ethical practice for the reason that failure is plausible devoid of it. The consequence of a business that employs ethical practices are customer loyalty, and finding a corporation

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  • Toyota

    TOYOTA MOTORS COMPANY CORRIENTES DE LA ADMINISTRACION POR: FERNANDO PEREZ MARTINEZ SAMAEL GALVAN RODRIGUEZ UNIVERSIDAD INTERAMERICANA PARA EL DESARROLLO UNID PROYECTO FINAL 1 DE ABRIL DEL 2013 INTRODUCCIÓN GIRO Toyota Motors Company es una empresa con giro manufacturero, basado especialmente en el ámbito automotriz. Dedicado también a la venta de sus automóviles como materia procesada y producto terminado. En ciertos lugares, como México, también realiza la compra de

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  • General Motor Bussiness Plan

    General Motors Corporation Restructuring Plan for Long-Term Viability Submitted to Senate Banking Committee & House of Representatives Financial Services Committee December 2, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................4 2. BACKGROUND .............................................................................................................6 3. THE PROBLEM ..................

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  • Toyota in Europe

    Toyota in Europe Kaizen “Continuous improvement. As no process can ever be declared perfect, there is always room for improvement.” From Looms to Cars: Toyota’s History Global Toyota Toyota in Europe The Toyota Production System 30 5. Customer First 34 6. Sustainability: Economic, Environmental and Social Stewardship 38 7. The Vehicle Line-Up 46 8. Motorsport & Formula One 58 9. The Toyota Work Experience 60 4 | Toyota’s

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  • General Motors Report

    University | General Motors Report | Joel Adu | | P11260353 | Word Count: 4303 | [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] | Contents Executive Summary – Page 3 Introduction – Page 4 – 5 Critical Literature Review – Page 6 – 7 Methodology – Page 8 – 9 Data Analysis – Page 10 – 11 Conclusion

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  • Toyota in North America

    Toyota in North America Donald L. Woolridge, Sr. Indiana Wesleyan University February 20, 2013 Course ADM537A Toyota in North America This paper will provide an overview and history of Toyota in general and the company’s operations in North America and its product lines specifically; share comments on the company’s organizational structure and senior management leadership style; discuss its nearest competitors – Ford, GM and Chrysler, known as the Detroit 3; share the weighted average

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  • Toyota Analisis

    | | Análisis de Toyota Motors Co. Trabajo de Aplicación Práctica Principios de Administración Índice: Introducción3 Un poco de Historia3 Perfil Corporativo5 Principios Rectores de Toyota……....……………………………………………………………………………………6 Los 5 Principios fundamentales para Sakichi Toyota………………………………………….……………….6 The Toyota Way…………………………………….……………………………………................7 Los 14 Principios Fundamentales de Toyota……………………………………………………..8 Entorno de Toyota…………………………………….…………………………………

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  • Toyota

    reducing earnings per share and return on investment. A great example is General Motors. General Motors went a bit too far and had a class action suit against them. They settled in 2008 for $303 million to its shareholders. “The two-year-old class-action lawsuit stems from claims that GM issued false and misleading statements about its finances to artificially inflate the company’s stock price and debt securities “(General Motors 2005). The problem with short term orientation is that the company

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  • Toyota

    The case of Toyota recall By Daniel Opoku Abstract Purpose: the main purpose of this study is to find out about the recalls of Toyota vehicles which lead to the death of some innocent lives. The recall was due to unintended acceleration. Toyota ultimately recalled millions of its cars for floor mat issues, brake problems and "sticky" gas pedals. Methodology: Data was collected online, by the help of some selected search engines. Information was collected from Toyota’s national website as well

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  • Toyota: the Accelerator Crisis

    University School of Business and Engineering Master in Management of Innovation and Business Development Toyota Crisis: Management Ignorance? – A Swedish Case of Consumers Perceptions Master’s Dissertation in Management of Innovation and Business Development, 15 ECTS Final seminar 2010-05-27 Authors: Yuanyuan Feng Supervisor: Mike Danilovic Hamlstad University Feng(2010) TOYOTA CRISIS: MANAGEMENT IGNORANCE? – A SWEDISH CASE OF CONSUMERS PERCEPTIONS Yuanyuan Feng School of Business

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  • Toyota Recall Crisis

    Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Istanbul, Turkey, July 3 – 6, 2012 Car Recalls: A Problem Unique to Toyota or For All Car Makers? Kamrul Ahsan School of Management and Information Systems, Faculty of Business and Law Victoria University Australia Abstract Often automobile recalls are drawing media and public attention. Influenced by Toyota’s recent automobile recalls 2009-2010 this research conducts an empirical study on historical

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  • Toyota Motors

    Overview of Toyota Motor Corporation Toyota Motor Corporation is one of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers by auto sales, designs and manufactures a diverse product line-up like buses, minivans, trucks, SUVs, luxury, and sports vehicles. Toyota makes automotive parts for its own use and for sale to others. Popular models include the Camry, Corolla, Land Cruiser, and luxury Lexus line, as well as the Tundra truck. Toyota conducts its business worldwide with 27 countries and regions. The

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  • General Motors and the Financial Crisis

    ........................................................ ......................... 10 Introduction General Motors (GM) is considered a prominent member of the “Big Three” American automotive manufacturers and, until the financial crisis, was composed of eight brands – Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, Saab, Saturn, and Pontiac. Representing a quarter of the total automotive sales in 2006 (Exhibit 1), GM has historically boasted the largest market share in the United States. However, in

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  • Toyota

    altered environment more apparent than in the Japanese automobile and semiconductor industries and no firm was more successful, admired and emulated than Toyota Motor Corporation. Indicative of these changes is a Fortune magazine article, published several years ago, which provided a popular assessment of the successes of Toyota. It reported that Toyota was named the most admired motor vehicle manufacturer in the world in 1997, 1998 and 1999 as well as being ranked 11th among the world’s most admired

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    MARKETI NG Toyota may have obtained its slart in car manufacture by being a fast follower, but it is now the innovator. In 1936, Toyota admitted following Chrysler's iandmark Airflow and patterning its engrne after a 1933 Chevrolet engine, But by 2000, when Toyota introduced the first hybrid petrol/electric car, the Prius, Toyota was the leader, ln 2002, when the second-generation Prius hit showrooms, dealers received I0000 orders before the caT was even available, General Motors followed

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    Assignment 2: Toyota BUSI2701H Name: Ronnel Belda Student CUID: 100847861 Executive Summary: With thorough understanding of the benefits and cost involved in allowing Toyota to operate in the country, it is apparent that the company should be permitted to expand in the country. This proposal was based on the numerous benefits that exceed the risks associated with the operation. These benefits include the mass production that will upsurge the country’s export and employment

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  • Reducing Turnover in Production at Toyota

    REDUCING TURNOVER IN PRODUCTION AT TOYOTA SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Prepared for: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas (TMMTX) Prepared by: N. Robertson, Assembly Group Leader TMMTX October 5, 2014 [pic] Modified CommunityLink, Business & Industry Image REDUCING TURNOVER IN PRODUCTION 10/01/2014 Brad Nye, General Manager of Production Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas 1 Lone Star Pass San Antonio, TX 78245 Brad, I am writing to express my concern over the high turnover rate we are

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  • Toyota Hybrid Cars and Legal Issues

    Toyota Hybrid Cars and Legal Issues Introduction Automobile industry is a faster growing industry nowadays than any other industry. Most car manufacturers face the challenge of providing the best quality products to remain competitive to retain or regain market share during this tough economic times. Every organization has the opportunity to make more profit than their competitors do by improving delivery method and its impact on the company’s turnover. Toyota Corporation has implemented

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  • Toyota Crisis

    TB0243 Michael Greto Andreas Schotter Mary Teagarden Toyota: The Accelerator Crisis The root cause of their problems is that the company was hijacked, some years ago, by anti-family, financially oriented pirates. Jim Press, former President & Chief Operating Officer (COO) Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. On February 24, 2010, Akio Toyoda, the grandson of Toyota Motor Corporation’s founder, Kiichiro Toyoda, endured a grueling question-and-answer session before the U.S. House of Representatives

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  • Promotional and Advertising Strategies: Toyota Motors and General Motors

    Promotional and Advertising Strategies: Toyota Motors and General Motors BUS 508 Contemporary Business June 8, 2014 Abstract The production and management systems in many industries get revolutionized globally due to changing technologies. The automobile industry is not left behind and is currently facing new opportunities and threats. Increase in safety requirements, globalization, digitalization and individualization are a few factors that

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  • Swot Analysis Toyota Industriescorportaion

    Toyota Industries Corporation Company Profile Publication Date: 6 Mar 2009 www.datamonitor.com Datamonitor USA 245 5th Avenue 4th Floor New York, NY 10016 USA t:+1 212 686 7400 f:+1 212 686 2626 e:usinfo@datamonitor.com Datamonitor Europe Charles House 108-110 Finchley Road London NW3 5JJ United Kingdom t:+44 20 7675 7000 f:+44 20 7675 7500 e:eurinfo@datamonitor.com Datamonitor Germany Kastor & Pollux Platz der Einheit 1 60327 Frankfurt Deutschland t:+49 69 9754 4517 f:+49 69 9754 4900 e:deinfo@datamonitor

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  • General Motors

    General Motors General Motors Corporation has failed to adequately respond to shifts in its general and competitive environments. We will argue that past success led to over-confident management and inertia, causing lack of foresight in anticipating change, and causing it to undertake obligations that now constrain its ability to react. We will first introduce GM’s traditional business strategy, and what its position is relative to its competitors. Then, we will describe GM’s global, economic

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  • Toyota

    TB0243 Michael Greto Andreas Schotter Mary Teagarden Toyota: The Accelerator Crisis The root cause of their problems is that the company was hijacked, some years ago, by anti-family, financially oriented pirates. Jim Press, former President & Chief Operating Officer (COO) Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. On February 24, 2010, Akio Toyoda, the grandson of Toyota Motor Corporation’s founder, Kiichiro Toyoda, endured a grueling question-and-answer session before the U.S. House of Representatives

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  • The Effect on Stockholder Wealth of Product Recalls and Government Action: the Case of Toyota 's Accelerator Pedal Recall

    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ERAU Scholarly Commons Economics, Finance, & Information Systems Daytona Beach 2014 College of Business The Effect on Stockholder Wealth of Product Recalls and Government Action: The Case of Toyota's Accelerator Pedal Recall Jayendra Gokhale Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, gokhalej@erau.edu Raymond M. Brooks Oregon State University Victor J. Tremblay Oregon State University Follow this and additional works at: http://commons

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  • Toyota

    Case Assignment Analysis MRKT 5000 Online Course Toyota Uses Advertising to Restore Trust Case Summary: For decades Toyota had been known for its commitment to reliability and quality however during a two year time frame as Toyota was coming off of becoming the top auto manufacturer in the world they were also hit with massive recalls. Recalls pointing toward safety concerns such as braking systems and acceleration problems began to tarnish Toyota’s reputation that had

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  • Toyota

    TB0243 Michael Greto Andreas Schotter Mary Teagarden Toyota: The Accelerator Crisis The root cause of their problems is that the company was hijacked, some years ago, by anti-family, financially oriented pirates. Jim Press, former President & Chief Operating Officer (COO) Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. On February 24, 2010, Akio Toyoda, the grandson of Toyota Motor Corporation’s founder, Kiichiro Toyoda, endured a grueling question-and-answer session before the U.S. House of Representatives

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  • General Motors

    RESEARCH PAPER ON GM Introduction "General Motors has no bad years, only good years and better years" (Sloan, 1972). This mantra established in 1950 by former GM president Harlow H. Curtice may have been true at one point, but is called into question today by many, including Wall Street. General Motors Corporation, also known, as GM or GMC is the world’s 2nd largest auto company in sales revenue behind Toyota which took the lead in 2006. General Motors reigned as the global leader in the

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  • Mktg Com: Toyota

    April 2003 Toyota Prius; Marketing Communications Plan Prepared by ANDiDAS.COM Contents: Executive Summary 3 Introduction 3 The Automobile Market 4 Figure 1: UK new Car Market by Volume and Value, 1997-2001 4 Figure 2: Leading Suppliers of Cars to the UK Market, 2001 5 Figure 3: Main Advertising Expenditure on Car Brands, 2001 5 Prius Target Market 6 Demographic 6 Psychographic 6 Geographic 7 Toyota 8 SWOT Analysis 8

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  • Toyota

              A Brief Understanding of IBS ‐‐A Case Study of Toyota                              A Brief Understanding of International Business Strategy --A Case Study of Toyota   by Peter LIU, peterliu@acculine‐mfg.com    MSc International Business     P14B45 International Business Strategy Lecturer: Dr Yee Kwan Tang Sponsored by 10 May 2010   Acculine Precision Manufacturing Company Tel: 0086-574-28887315, Fax: 0086-574-28875303, Web: www.acculine-mfg.com, email: info@acculine-mfg

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  • Toyota

    Introduction Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. In 2013 the multinational corporation consisted of 333,498 employees worldwide and, as of January 2014, is the fourteenth-largest company in the world by revenue. Toyota was the largest automobile manufacturer in 2012 (by production). In July of that year, the company reported the production of its 200-millionth vehicle. Toyota is the world's first automobile manufacturer to produce

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  • Runaway Ethics: Determining Preferred Courses of Action Through Ethical Analysis of the 2009 Toyota Motor Company Automobile Recall

    Runaway Ethics: Determining Preferred Courses of Action Through Ethical Analysis of the 2009 Toyota Motor Company Automobile Recall In September 2009, Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota issued a recall of 3.8 million vehicles due to “unintended acceleration” that was believed to be caused by loose floor mats becoming lodged under the gas pedal due to a design flaw in the pedal layout. Since the initial recall, which affected seven models ranging from 2004 to 2010, more details have emerged

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  • Toyota World Wide

    TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION Toyota Motor Corporation is a famous Japanese multinational corporation and can be taken as the second largest producers of trucks, automobiles, robots, buses and financial services as well. Kiichiro Toyoda is the founder of Toyota who was popular for inventing the automatic loom. The spirit of creation and research was inherited by Kiichiro from his father and thus he spends his entire life in the spirit of manufacturing cars. Many years of hard work finally made Kiichiro

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  • Toyota Motor Corporation

    Toyota Motor Corporation Ivan Ruiz DeVry University Toyota Motor Corporation has a long and interesting history behind it. In 1933, Kiichiro Toyoda traveled to the United States. There he visited many car companies that produces automobiles (Toyota Motor Corporation-Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History, Background Information on Toyota Motor Corporation, 2015) there he learned about the production lines on how to build cars. Then shortly upon his return to Japan, he decided

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  • Toyota Motor Analysis

    automobile companies in the world are discussed below: GENERAL MOTORS General Motors transitioned from an American car manufacturing company,founded in 1903, to the multi national automobile conglomerate it is today. GM,as it is popularly known, has placed itself as a global brand with its design model cars such as the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GM Daewoo, Hummer, Opel, Pontiac amongst others. It is currently ranked number two after Toyota in the auto industry with a market share of about 13

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  • Gm vs Toyota

    Department of Business Administration, East West University Dhaka-1212 Bangladesh. Subject: Submission of term paper on “Competitive dynamics regarding Toyota Motor Corporation& General Motors.” Dear Madam, We have successfully prepared the term paper titled “Competitive Dynamics regarding Toyota Motor Corporation & General Motors” which we the members of the Radiant group, are submitting along with this letter. The report has been prepared by visiting the website of the company

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  • Written Case Analysis of Toyota

    Business Strategy (Section: B) WAC #2 Toyota Motor Corporation: Lunching Prius Submitted To: Sir Aly Raza Syed Submitted By: Saad Shahzad (12046005-005) M. Umair Arif (12046005-092) M. Ahmad (12046005-099) Noman Zafar (12046005-043) M. Umar (12046005-020) Date of Submission: 13/04/2016 Introduction: The time of the case is December 7, 2006. Sakichi Toyoda is the founder of Toyoda Automatic loom

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  • Toyota

    1|Page Company History Toyota is world's second-biggest auto maker after General Motors Corporation. Toyota primarily conducts business in the automotive industry but in the finance and other industries as well. The Toyota automobile company as it began, specialized in making cars, but now also forms a leading pioneer in bus, trucks, robot manufacturer, truck, auto and financial service providers. In 1933, Kiichiro Toyoda established an automobile division within an already successful Japanese

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    were the root cause? 2. What did the company do to cope with this issue? 3. The impact on Toyota’s Business/ Reputation 4. If I am the new Ceo( Chief Executive Officer) of the company what kind of actions I am going to undertake? [pic][pic] [pic] 1. From 2009 to 2010, Toyota recalled millions of cars for accelerator pedal sticking. The first recall, on November 2, 2009, was to correct a possible incursion of an incorrect or out-of-place front driver's side floor mat  into the foot

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  • Toyota

    Тойота Мотор Корпорейшън (Toyota Motor Corp.) е създадена от Киичиро Тойода през 1933 г. в градчето Корома, префектура Анчи, преименувано по-късно в Тойота Сити. От 15-те завода на компанията на японска територия, 12 са разположени там. Компанията има основни дялове в „Дайхатцу Мотърс” и „Хино Моторс”, а също и малцинствен акционерен капитал във „Фуджи Хеви Индъстрис”, „Исузу Моторс”, „Ямаха Моторс”, притежава и собствена „Тойота файненшъл сървисис корпорейшън”. Toyota Motor Corp. възниква през

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  • Toyota

    Recommendations | 10 | 7 | Bibliography | 14 | INTRODUCTION Toyota Motor Corporation, is a Japanese multinational automaker headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. In 2010, Toyota Motor Corporation employed 317,734 people worldwide, and was the world's largest automobile manufacturer by production. The company was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 as a spinoff from his father's company Toyota Industries to create automobiles. TMC is part of the Toyota Group, one of the largest conglomerates in the world

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    Sejarah Kantor Pusat Toyota di Toyota City, Aichi, Jepang Toyota Motor Corporation didirikan pada September 1933 sebagai divisi mobil Pabrik Tenun Otomatis Toyoda. Divisi mobil perusahaan tersebut kemudian dipisahkan pada 27 Agustus 1937 untuk menciptakan Toyota Motor Corporation seperti saat ini. Berangkat dari industri tekstil, Perusahaan yang memproduksi 1 mobil tiap 50 menit ini ternyata menggunakan penamaan Toyota lebih karena penyebutannya lebih enak daripada memakai nama keluarga pendirinya

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  • General Motors' Crisis Communication Plan

    General Motors’ Crisis Communication Plan Public Relations & Corporate Communications Company Overview General Motors (GM) is an American global car manufacturer headquartered in Detroit Michigan. Employing 202,000 people, GM produces automobiles in 31 out of the 157 countries in which it conducts business. In 2011, GM succeeded in surpassing Toyota and Volkswagen with the largest number of sales worldwide, 9.03 million vehicles1. At the heart of General Motor’s charge is customer satisfaction:

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  • Toyota Paper

    2011 By: Frosina Miladinova and Anna Papa About Toyota One of the world’s largest car manufacturers by sales and by production is Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) with 317,734 employees worldwide (2010). It was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 having their headquarters in Toyota City, Aichi and Tokyo. The Toyotas logo includes three ovals that combined form the letter “T”. The overlapping of the two perpendicular ovals inside

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    the creation of Toyota Motor Company began back in 1924 when Sakichi Toyoda invented and patented the Toyoda Model G Automatic Loom. A loom is an apparatus for making fabric by weaving yarn and thread. The Model G Automatic Loom was the first of its kind to use the Jidoka principle, which is where a machine stops itself once a problem occurs. The Jidoka principle and the money made off of the sale of the Toyoda Model G Automatic Loom were used to begin what we now know as the Toyota Motor Company.

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  • Toyota

    Nhi Nguyen 1 Toyota Communicating Through Crisis INTRODUCTION Since September 2009, the famous vehicle manufacture Toyota has suffered a severe crisis due to unintended quality problems in its cars. In responding to the crisis, Toyota has recalled more than 10 million vehicles worldwide for accelerator pedal, carpet and floor mat flaws that may cause unintended acceleration. This catastrophe has led to millions of dollars in settlements and U.S. fines, as well as hundreds of product liability lawsuits

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