Research Paper

The Toyota Way: A Culture of Continuous Improvement and Respect for People

2 pages | 490 words

The Toyota way is a set of guiding principles that have helped the company to become one of the most successful car manufacturers in the world. The culture has brought together all employees within the company thus encouraging teamwork. In addition, it has instilled a sense of pride and ownership among employees, which has motivated them to work harder and produce quality products.


The impact of cultural and national differences on organizations and their stakeholders

2 pages | 390 words

This essay discusses the role of cultural and national differences in organizations, and how they can affect the success of change. It also describes the role of expatriate leaders in managing change.

Term Paper

The cultural approaches at Euro Disney in 1987-1994: How they built or destroyed the business

2 pages | 360 words

This essay looks at the cultural approaches taken by Euro Disney in 1987-1994, and how these affected the company's competitive capability. It discusses how a lack of understanding of the European market led to Euro Disney's initial struggles, and how changing its approach to customer care and pricing eventually allowed it to be successful in Europe.