Hyundai Case Study

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It is important to explore Hyundai values in relation to the reputational concern for discussion.

How does this contradict the company values and importance to function by?

3.1. Conformity and tradition

Hyundai put Customer First as core value because its sees itself as customer orientated. The

company believes in commitment and to exceed customers expectations. Reputation influences

consumers in a far greater way than could ever be measured on a balance sheet. They promote a

customer-driven corporate culture by providing the best quality and impeccable service with all

values centered on our customers. The recall of the cars pushed Hyundai into reviving their

strategy in order to restore their reputation and be customer centric.
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3.5. AchievementIt is important to explore Hyundai values in relation to the reputational concern for discussion.

How does this contradict the company values and importance to function by?

3.1. Conformity and tradition

Hyundai put Customer First as core value because its sees itself as customer orientated. The

company believes in commitment and to exceed customers expectations. Reputation influences

consumers in a far greater way than could ever be measured on a balance sheet. They promote a

customer-driven corporate culture by providing the best quality and impeccable service with all

values centered on our customers. The recall of the cars pushed Hyundai into reviving their

strategy in order to restore their reputation and be customer centric.

As such, Hyundai seeks to become a lifetime partner in the everyday lives of customers and their

happiness. At this very moment, Hyundai is developing eco-friendly and human-oriented

technologies for the future and setting up optimized global management systems in order to

provide the best experience to its
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As a result various parties are affected by the

actions of the company in one way or another. According Schein, 1985; van Rekom, 1997,

Organisational values are also abstract, unspoken and taken for granted. The environmental

contraventions in Benoni Commercial Plant were the results of organizational values, and more

job opportunities

The last value globalization with this the footprint of the company is Global Orientation, well

known. Hyundai respect the diversity of cultures and customs, aspire to be the world’s best at

what we do, and strive to become a respected global corporate citizen.

Basically the above values are designed to guide the culture of the organization, it is clear that in

the haste to meet some of the pressing demands the company is faced with, values are negated

and the interests of the business reign supreme. As a result various parties are affected by the

actions of the company in one way or another. According Schein, 1985; van Rekom, 1997,

Organisational values are also abstract, unspoken and taken for granted. The environmental

contraventions in Benoni Commercial Plant were the results of organizational values, and more

job

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