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    on track. He transformed the organization culture including the mission and vision of the company. He made an elephant dance. It takes a LOT of will, patience, and courage. Bajaj Auto Limited – During 1940s to 1990, Bajaj Auto was the largest two wheeler manufacturer in India. They manufactured 2-stroke geared scooters popularly branded as Chetak which dominated the market for five decades. Bajaj was built on a very strong culture where the factory workers and the management worked as a very closely knitted family. However, things started turning sour from 1990 with motorcycles entering Indian market. Customers taste and preferences started changing and Bajaj started losing their market share against Hero Honda. Their biggest mistake was that they did not utilize their cultural strengths to transform to new environment. They did not realize it at the right moment to train their existing manpower to shift working from scooter engines to motorcycle’s engines. It was in 1998, when the company on the verge of shutdown, Rajiv Bajaj took over the ownership and started working to transform the company. The entire workforce was replaced with new engineers and technicians, a fresh marketing team and a line of new bikes with different style, mileage etc. popularly with the brand names of Pulsar and Discover. Bajaj Auto from thereon did not look back, they regained their position to second largest two wheeler manufacturer and back to be the leader in Indian market after Honda pulled out…

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    contaminate the soil” (Adewoyin et al, p. 892). Whole communities that are adjacent to these shops are predispose to higher risk of health issues, because of their proximity to the unmanaged, everyday shop chemicals. Humans are subjected to breathing these toxins on a regular basis. Inhaling toxic fumes can cause serious health issues to individuals exposed for a long period of time. Overexposure can also cause brain, lung, and kidney damage. Furthermore, automotive repair shops generate waste…

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    Prescott Auto Case

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    Assignment One: Case Study Analysis Case: Prescott Auto 1. Identification and analysis of key issues/problems 1.1. Shared Understanding of Service Concept Prescott Auto employees does not have a shared understanding of a service concept that will guide the team to know what and how to deliver a certain kind of service to customers. Pycraft, et al. (1997) suggests that a service concept is a set of expected benefits to meet the customers’ needs and expectations. Likewise, Johnston, Clark and…

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    Navigation equipment, voice activation, hybrids and electric cars are all new technologies, and the mechanics are being continually trained. Diesel vehicles also have changed - they are way more clean and efficient compared to old vehicles. The training for auto technicians today is incredible. The industry is moving extremely fast with technology. Nowadays even basic cars are fully equipped with technology making buyers driving fun but hard for mechanics to work. There was a time when you could…

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    The Job Of An Auto Repair Technician.” This article was published in The Washington Post on May 26, 2013 and was written by Sarah Halzack. The article discusses major changes over the last few years and also eludes to how there are going to be numerous, rapidly continuing changes over the coming years in the job requirements of an auto mechanic. One of the first changes is that what was once known as an “auto mechanic” has evolved into being an “auto technician” requiring much more skill the…

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    It was a nice warm Sunday afternoon with clear skies. There was tension in the air as everyone waited to hear those famous words: “Racers, start your engines.” Those words shattered the calmness of the day as the roar of forty three, nine hundred horsepower small block V8s screamed to life. The area surrounding Charlotte Motor Speedway’s oval track was hosting one of America's most favorite and historical sporting events. Many people look down on this sport because they believe it is simple,…

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    Street racing sport grew over time after World War II when G.I.’s had worked on both car and plane engines, then G.I’s started working on their own cars after the war ended. In the United States, street racing became popular in the 1950s when C.J. “Pappy” Hart brought the drag racing to Orange County, California. Hart’s was the first drag strip charged admission at the Orange County Airport. There are three types of street racing: an impromptu race occurs spontaneously; an organized race is…

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    earn more certificates you can make your way up to a ¨master¨ technician which could eventually make up to $120,000 a year. Also doing side work is a good way to make a little bit of more money by either doing brakes, oil changes, tire rotation, ext. There are plenty of dealerships out there today looking for a good technician to start a new career today. Works Cited “Auto-Mechanic.” The Free Dictionary, Farlex, www.thefreedictionary.com/auto-mechanic. “The Importance of an Auto…

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    provides complete visibility in sleet, rain and snow. During the cold season it prevents snow and ice build up by because it doesn’t have exposed metal parts. The wiper offers a smooth noise free wipe because it has a blended graphite coated rubber blade. This durable rubber encased substructure gives the wiper increased flexibility and a firmer grip. It is designed to work in all weather conditions and has a synthetic rubber squeegee which can withstand extreme weather conditions. This wiper…

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    nascar The main impetus behind the foundation of NASCAR was William "Charge" France occasion spot for dashing fans, and France got to be included in hustling autos and advancing races. In the wake of seeing how hustling principles could change from occasion to occasion and how unscrupulous promoters could slip off with prize cash, France felt there was a requirement for a representing body to endorse and advance dashing. He assembled individuals from the hustling group to talk about the…

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