Organization Presentation The needed references are attached. Please make 12 detailed slides.
Use your selected company from Weeks 1-5 for this week’s assessment.
You’ve become a trusted resource for your organization, and they’ve asked your advice on having a competitive advantage in the field. More specifically, they would like your analysis and recommendations on ways to bring their company culture, demographics, and technologies up to current industry practices and beyond.
Create a 10- to 12-slide presentation with detailed speaker notes and visuals on every slide that includes the following elements:
An analysis of the organization’s current culture (e.g., beliefs, expectations, values, and norms). Address how managers influence the organizational culture.
An evaluation of the impact of demographic forces (e.g., age, gender, ethnic origin, race, sexual orientation, and social class) of your selected organization and what it could be
Note: This is a good place to use your chart/outline/infographic from Wk 5.
An examination of the impact of technological forces (e.g., changes in the technology managers use to design, produce, or distribute goods and services) of your selected company
Consider how this can contribute to innovation within the industry.
An examination on how the organization has complied with ethics and social responsibility behavior
Recommendations of ways to innovate based on your analysis
References Name of company
Toyota Motor Corporation
Toyota Motor Corporation, also known simply as Toyota, is an automotive manufacturer based out of Toyota in Japan. It was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda on August 28, 1937. Toyota is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world, producing about 10 million vehicles per year. The company was originally a machine manufacturer started by Sakichi Toyoda, Kiichiro’s father. Both companies are now part of the larger Toyota Group. While still a branch of Toyota Industries, the organization fostered its first item, the Type A motor in 1934 and its first vehicle in 1936, the Toyota AA. After World War II, Toyota profited from Japan’s union with the United States to gain from American automakers and different organizations, which would bring about The Toyota Way (an administration theory) and the Toyota Production System (a lean assembling practice) that would change the little organization into a forerunner in the business and would be the subject of numerous scholarly examinations. During the 1960s, Toyota exploited a quickly developing Japanese economy to offer vehicles to a developing working class, prompting the advancement of the Toyota Corolla, which would proceed to turn into the world’s record-breaking top of the line car. The flourishing economy additionally supported a global extension that would permit Toyota to develop into perhaps the biggest automaker on the planet, the biggest organization in Japan and the 10th biggest organization on the planet by income, as of December 2020. Toyota was the world’s first auto maker to create in excess of 10 million vehicles each year, a record set in 2012, when it additionally revealed the creation of its 200 millionth vehicle. Toyota was also praised for creating one of the first consumer electric vehicles, starting with the Toyota Prius in 1997. The company now sells more than 40 hybrid vehicle models around the world. However, more recently, the company has also been accused of greenwashing for its skepticism of all-electric vehicles and its focus on the development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, like the Toyota Mirai, a technology that is costlier and has fallen far behind electric batteries. In 2013, Toyota, Scion and Lexus were recognized throughout the auto industry for being the best. Lexus was ranked the highest of any luxury brand in J.D. Power and Associates’ Customer Satisfaction Index. The big news in 2014 was the announcement on April 28 that Toyota is establishing a new headquarters in North Dallas (Plano), Texas for its North American operations. This move is designed to better serve customers and position Toyota for sustainable, long-term growth. Toyota closed out 2015 with yet another major announcement as Toyota Motor Corporation stated that it will establish a new company, Toyota Research Institute Inc. (TRI), as an R&D enterprise with an initial focus on artificial intelligence and robotics.
In 1935 the first vehicle is built, and the first dealership established.
In 1972 Cumulative production in Japan reaches 10 million vehicles.
In 2006 Toyota’s group global sales of 8.808 million vehicles exceeds GM’s by 128,000, making it the world’s biggest automaker
Toyota should accelerate its business expansion into rapidly growing emerging countries by thoroughly and meticulously monitoring market conditions in respective regions and introducing products suited to the characteristics and needs of each market.
Function of Management
Certainly, all functions of management come to mind when deciding of this business opportunity. However, I believe the most critical of these would have to be planning. When expanding into emerging countries many things are to be considered. Such as the political climate and national culture. You must conduct in-depth research ahead of time to understand the market conditions and how well your company can adapt to the local needs of this market.