Honda Toyota Company Case Study
HONDA MOTORS COMPANY
Krishan keshav - Roll No. 40616603914
Samit wats – Roll No. 40416603914
Dr. Neena sinha
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY
Table of Contents
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1 Organizational Structure of the company 1-2
2 Whether they follow the principle of centralisation or decentralisation and what is the level of autonomy 2
3 Significance of key position that is given more importance, people from host/home country or expatriates 3
4 What is the extent of R&D? Is it centralised. Who takes the decision regarding the new product 4
5 Marketing management- salient features of international …show more content…
The committee discusses, determines, and reviews annual plans for implementing environmental conservation activities at the global level based on mid-term business plans, and has created an environmental management system that integrates activities on the global level with those on the factory floor.
In April 2014, Honda established the Japan Headquarters and separated global functions from operations in Japan. Prior to this, Honda's organizational structure was established globally from its foundation in Japan, but regional roles and responsibilities have been clarified, and we have now taken on a truly globalized operational structure, with six organically linked regional organizations.
The company president and CEO currently chairs the committee, a reflection of Honda's recognition that environmental issues such as climate change issue, energy issue, and resource issue, are critical to Honda's business operations. 2) Whether they follow the principle of centralisation or decentralisation and what is the level of