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    Title: Toyota Organization Change Management Principles
    Authors: 陳連福
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-09-11 18:14:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In 1990, after MIT finished the “International Research Project of car”, Dr. James P. Womack wrote the
    book- “The Machine That Changed the World”. The book complimented TOYOTA about created a new
    concept - “Lean Thinking”. Because of decrease unnecessary cost and process, the works will be more
    cost-effective, combines the talents, and pursues the goal of refine until perfect. It not only hopes to decrease the
    resource, cost, and time of half before, but also manufactures cars of High quality at the same time.
    When “TPS” (TOYOTA Production System) is fashion around the world, the principal of
    TOYOTA-Katsuaki Watanabe, proffer a new management destination of “Green, Save, and Education”. It
    also provides a concept - “Healthy Appliance” that about the cars of economy, low pollution, and makes users
    healthily. TOYOTA has established for 70 years. It establishes the “Standard” and “model” again of the
    world’s management transference, just TOYOTA be commended “The World's Most Admired Companies”
    by FORTUNE. At the same time, TOYOTA has to change “The Machine of Change World” to “Animate
    World’s Mechanism”.
    Relation: Journal of Global Business Management
    Appears in Collections:[空間設計系及環境設計研究所] 期刊論文

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