Toyota Motor Corporation - Losing 'The Toyota Way'?
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Since the 1990s as Toyota's concentration was on growth and spreading its operations globally, TPS started to dilute. In order to reduce costs, Toyota introduced a program called Construction of Cost Competitiveness for the 21st Century, which intended to reduce the costs across the company's operations by 30% and also expand overseas production. Then a more aggressive version of the program was introduced to reduce production costs and time to market.
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Organizational culture, Toyota Way, Toyota Production System, Core competency, TQM, Quality Issues, JIT, Globalization, Automotive industry, Toyota
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