Toyota Industries

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  • The Art Of War Case Analysis

    dealership network, called Yokohama Toyopet. The company’s founder, Kanji Miyahara Sr., saw an opportunity to diversify and, potentially, to add exponential growth in profit to his company by opening a Toyota franchise in Canada. So, in 1973, and working closely with Toyota Canada, Don Valley North Toyota began operations. Needless to say, Weins Group has profited enormously due to this calculated risk. This success certainly did not happen just by luck. Mr. Miyahara likely considered…

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  • Shinkansen Paragraph

    Shinkansen(新幹線) Shinkansen is a network of high-speed railway line in Japan, which is order by 4 Japan Railway Group companies. It is the first high-speed railway line for commercial purposes of the world. The first Shinkansen line, Tokaido Shinkansen, was start operating at 1964, has totally 2,615.7 km of lines with maximum speeds of 240–320 km/h. The Shinkansen network link most of large city on the island of Honshu and Kyushu, such as Tokyo and Osaka. Shinkansen means new trunk line,…

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  • Performance Evaluation: Nippon Steel And Sumitomo Metal Corporation

    Performance Evaluation: NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION (NSSMC) is a joint venture based in Tokyo (Japan) and as the name implies, it produces steel in high capacity. The company was originally known as Nippon Steel Corp but after the merger with Sumitomo Metal in October 1st of 2012, was later changed to “Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation”. In 2012, the company ranked the world second largest steel producer after the union. This report will analyze in deep the company…

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  • California Car Dots Case Summary

    Car Scents is the range of automotive spill proof air fresheners produced in the USA by California Scents. The company was founded in 1993 in Southern California and started by producing and selling air fresheners packed in aluminium canisters, similar to the ones used for packing fish cans, suitable for home, office or in the car. In the beginning, the company produced only one type of air freshener which was available in six scents. Along with the increased popularity of their products, the…

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  • Unit 8 Vs Mazda 3 Comparison

    Mazda is challenged to convince potential customers not familiar with the brand to purchase the brand’s sport utility vehicle over its compact car. Mazda wants to tap into a potential customer’s imagination, appreciation for history, creativity and the courage of convictions. If a potential customer feels that any of these elements are irrelevant, the customer will ultimately choose one of Mazda’s competitors. Once the consumer is convinced, that Mazda is the appropriate brand, they must be…

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  • Cititon Watch Marketing Strategy

    nurtures excellence and creativity. This brand is acknowledged with profound respect by people worldwide for its craftsmanship, thus creating a culture of positive change and continuous evolution. CITIZENS stayed well ahead in the watch manufacturing industry from as early as 1976 and launch the highly acclaimed Eco-Drive in 1995.This amazing innovation, which uses electrical power from practically any light source, forever changed the concept of powering watches. This discovery levelled the…

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  • General Motors Case Study

    This was driven by the company culture and reliance on volume contracting. Long forecast means that when the times were bad and sales dropped, GM was left with higher volume orders, which contributed towards excessive inventory. Legacy Payments Every year the cost of retired workers’ health care added $1,400 to the cost of each car compared with those made in the Asian and European transplants. So, GM kept production high and sustained sales with costly dealer incentives and heavily…

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  • 100 Miles Per Hour Poem

    100 Miles per Hour, Upside Down and Sideways Rick Bragg’s 100 Miles per Hour, Upside Down and Sideways was a true story about the author, who was a young boy at the time. It seemed at a young age Rick Bragg was a lover for fast muscle cars, he loved everything about the cars, the rumble of the engine, the speed and the burning of the rubber when he punched the gas. Using vivid imagery through-out his story to show his memory from that summer before his senior year for the reader to get a clear…

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  • Crisis Communication Essay

    5. Cultural implications for the crisis communication Though General Motors company has the similar crisis situation with Toyota company, which is caused by faulty vehicles, resulting in criticism of the general public and negative influences on companies, results turn out differently. The Toyota company suffered more damages than the General Motors company on sales, reputation, brand image, customers’ trust and loyalty. Tracing reasons lay behind, cultural factors play an important role in…

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  • Sunpower Leadership Style

    KEY CONCEPTS Leadership Styles T.J. Rodgers exhibited servant leadership when he showed concern to Cypress employees who were laid off. According to Beerel, “Servant leadership has some similarities with transformational leadership in that the servant leader exhibits emotional and moral concern for followers.” His leadership to his followers did not end when they were laid-off, rather it extended even further. Swanson on his part showed the systemic leadership approach when acknowledging that he…

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