Toyota Organization Change

2659 words 11 pages
Case Study
Kehao Wang
Keiser University
Dr. Kalama
MAN 673
Jan. 30. 2016

1. Planned Change
1A. Lewin’s Planned Change Model
Explain how Lewin’s Planned Changed Model can be applied to this case. Lewin’s change management model is like change a piece of ice. First you must melt the ice to make it to change (unfreeze). Then you must mold the iced water into the form you want. Finally, you must solidify the new form (refreeze). TOYOTA is a good example. Judged by the innovations in its products, notwithstanding the Prius, we can know that an innovation product needs a new product line. Production, service, marketing, and other business processes all have change. Although the pace of innovation is very slow, but the entire
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This is because it is longer lasting for weaknesses to reappear, whereas strengths may disappear in an instant. Hence, restraining forces should always be looked into first to ensure the success of a change. The aim of force field analysis is to investigate the balance of the pros and cons that are created from the implementation of a plan or decision.
Besides, it is to show the obstacles that hinder a plan so that a company can plan on how they can reduce these challenges. Lastly, it helps to estimate the amount of time and resources that are required to complete a change. With the rapid development of the automotive industry, environmental and energy issues have become increasingly severe. To solve these problems, the urgent need to develop high-performance environmentally friendly vehicles. In order to solve the increasingly serious energy and environmental problems, Toyota has always been committed to reducing oil consumption and emissions of "saving oil" technology and to promote, expand electricity, hydrogen and other new energy use and popularization of "get rid of oil" technology both go hand in hand The "comprehensive" energy conservation, new energy and environmental strategies. Due to the rapid growth of car ownership in developing countries led to a sharp rise in global demand for petroleum fuels, fuel oil people began to worry about whether a steady supply. It is

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